By Becky Barnes, Editor
It’s usually worthless nuts and bolts that make the hard jangle in the bottom of the bell ringers’ kettle, unless, of course, it’s cushioned by someone’s unwanted pocket fuzz.
However, the clang from a heavy coin went unnoticed last weekend. It not only passed the ringers’ notice, but it also went undetected by the Salvation Army’s local treasurer when she prepared the deposit ticket for the bank.
Kim Brooks took the weekend’s gifts to Kentucky Bank with what she suspected was a $1 gold coin.