Gov. Paul LePage, left, slips some cash into a Salvation Army kettle Thursday in the State House Cabinet Room in Augusta as Maj. Asit George, right, rings a bell. He and others from the Salvation Army were there for a statewide kettle kickoff. The Salvation Army has been using kettles annually to collect donations since 1891, according to a Salvation Army news release.


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