Lt. Mike McGee holds a one-ounce gold coin that was dropped into a Salvation Army Red Kettle on Dec. 4. A note wrapped around the coin request that the Salvation Army “use this anonymous gift to publicize giving.” The coin is valued at $1,201, according to an appraisal at a Brownlee Jeweler’s store in Rock Hill.
Lt. Mike McGee holds a one-ounce gold coin that was dropped into a Salvation Army Red Kettle on Dec. 4. A note wrapped around the coin request that the Salvation Army “use this anonymous gift to publicize giving.” The coin is valued at $1,201, according to an appraisal at a Brownlee Jeweler’s store in Rock Hill. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com
Lt. Mike McGee holds a one-ounce gold coin that was dropped into a Salvation Army Red Kettle on Dec. 4. A note wrapped around the coin request that the Salvation Army “use this anonymous gift to publicize giving.” The coin is valued at $1,201, according to an appraisal at a Brownlee Jeweler’s store in Rock Hill. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com

$1,200 gold coin donation will help Rock Hill Salvation Army ‘fight the good fight’

December 07, 2017 07:39 AM

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