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  • Unknown donor gives 'unique' gold coin worth $1,200 to Rock Hill Salvation Army

    An anonymous person dropped a coin worth $1,200 into a Salvation Army red kettle during a local fundraiser held at a Tega Cay Wal-Mart. The coin was appraised at a local Brownlee Jewelers store. The coin will likely be sold and all proceeds will go toward funding year-round programs and social services, according to Lt. Mike McGee.

Unknown donor gives 'unique' gold coin worth $1,200 to Rock Hill Salvation Army

An anonymous person dropped a coin worth $1,200 into a Salvation Army red kettle during a local fundraiser held at a Tega Cay Wal-Mart. The coin was appraised at a local Brownlee Jewelers store. The coin will likely be sold and all proceeds will go toward funding year-round programs and social services, according to Lt. Mike McGee.
David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com