The second week of efforts by the Salvation Army volunteers in Jackson proved profitable last weekend, although the need for assistance by many in the community is still very high. Kettle Drive Coordinator Steve Kallin says considering the frigid temperatures late last week, the bell ringers outside the four Jackson stores were real troopers. He says $1200 more was raised during these two days this year than was raised last year during the same two days. Says Kallin: “Despite the cold, the volunteers hung in there and it turned out great!” He adds that the donors really need to be thanked also since there were very generous and helped it become a great couple of days. Kallin says going into the third weekend, volunteers are still needed for several hours – particularly on Saturday. People can sign up at rotaryjacksonhole.com. Kallin reminds that the money raised in the Jackson kettles remains in the community for those in need here.