At Cook’s Jewellers, Rick McChesney and Bob McMeekin display the 17th annual Christmas Angel decoration. Proceeds from the 2017 Christmas Angel decoration sales will got to the Salvation Army in Prince Rupert. (Meaghan Proteau / The Northern View)

A new angel raises funds for the Salvation Army

The 17th annual Christmas Angel decoration is available at Cook’s Jewellers in Prince Rupert

A new angel got her wings at the Cook’s Jewellers in Prince Rupert, joining the decorations made for the 17-year-old tradition.

At $29 each, all of the proceeds from the Christmas Angels annual fundraiser are given to the Salvation Army.

“To date, with the support of our customers, we have raised over $80,000,” Rick McChesney said.

READ MORE: A new husband-and-wife duo take the Salvation Army reins



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