FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) - For the third year in a row, a gold coin
worth about $1,000 has shown up in a Salvation Army kettle in Lee
The Liberty Eagle coin was left Tuesday with a message on the
case: "In Memory of Mimi."
Salvation Army Maj. Art Penhale says the anonymous donation has
become a tradition.
He says the money will help 3,200 families. The Salvation Army
needs to bring in $16,900 a day to reach its goal, but is averaging
Clayton Taylor is the owner of All American Coin in Fort Myers.
He says the Liberty Eagle coin is basically "like a thousand
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