The Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Drive moved into high gear Saturday, as the sound of the bells and the voices of two of Barbados’ best known musical talents filled the air at Massy, Warrens.
Shoppers got more than they bargained for and responded in kind when entertainers turned kettle handlers Anderson Mr Blood Armstrong and Michael Mikey Mercer demonstrated the reason for the Season by sharing their time and talents with the Salvation Army.
Shoppers of all ages got in on the excitement of sharing their greetings and financial blessings with the two engaging artistes even joining them in song.
Leading the Salvation Army kettle collections at Massy Warrens is a regular annual event for Mikey and Blood. Salvation Army Community Relations Officer Major Denzil Walcott, in thanking them, said the Army was extremely grateful for the support and commitment that the two champion entertainers had shown to the cause.