The Salvation Army

Salvation Army is first a church

It is often said The Salvation Army is a church with its sleeves rolled up, ready to serve those people who are in need of a hand-up. The Auburn Corps has a food bank for those pe ...

Warm coats appreciated

On behalf or the Auburn Rotary Club and The Salvation Army we want to thank the Auburn community for donating over 800 coats in addition to the hats, scarves and gloves. The Salvat ...

49 Fire victims not done saying thanks

This letter is long overdue, but we would like to express our appreciation and gratitude to everyone who helped us in any way since the 49 Fire. We are overwhelmed by the outpouri ...

Salvation Army still helping fire victims

As an active advisory board member for The Salvation Army of Auburn, I would like to take a moment to inform the Journal’s readers of the organization’s work during the afterma ...

Bell-ringing drive begins

The Salvation Army’s kettle drive kicked off in front of the Save Mart Supermarket Friday, and Major Ed Loomis is counting on the Auburn community to come through again. With st ...

Community is an ‘Army within The Army’

The Salvation Army of Auburn recently held its first annual Celebration Breakfast at The Ridge. During the event, The Army honored and celebrated each person’s community spirit ...