Benefit concert planned for Havre Salvation Army


The Salvation Army is the last resort for people out of money who need food, emergency transportation or shelter. But in five of the 12 months of 2009, the Salvation Army itself ran out of money — sometimes only midway through the month. "That meant we had to turn people away," said Trina Crawford, the social services director for the Salvation Army in Havre. That's heartbreaking for the people at the Salvation Army, who always try to provide help to people who need it. That's why the staff is pleased that a benefit concert will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Havre High School auditori...

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