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Rod Ballengee

Salvation Army's Field Representative

Cattauraugus County

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Employment History

Area Service Unit Program Director

The Salvation Army


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Salvation Army News

www.redkettles.org [cached]

"This volunteer group has made major strides in providing services to the Randolph community and beyond," noted Rod Ballengee, The Salvation Army's field representative for Cattauraugus County.
"Their commitment is demonstrated by the results," said Ballengee. "They have consistently sent children to The Salvation Army's Long Point Camp. This year, they sent 13. The first year they were together as a committee, they sent four." More than 300 individuals have received assistance over the past 15 years. "That's remarkable for a small community of 2,600," said Ballengee. Services included: food, clothing, medication, utilities and heating. During the Christmas season, the committee works the Red Kettle Campaign to provide funds for services, said Ballengee.


Geneseo Rotary Photos

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Club PP David and Treasurer PP Bonnie presented Rod Ballengee, Divisional Field Representative for the Salvation Army, a check for the money collected during the December Red Kettle Campaign.


Empire State Division - Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services volunteers assist in Spencer and Southern Tier.

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Several families in Spencer needed hotel accommodations reported Rod Ballengee, regional services coordinator for The Salvation Army.
He also reported that the Army provided food and meals for six families in Candor and six families in Newark Valley. In Ontario County, the Army provided cots for Richmond Volunteer Fire Department in Honeoye. The fire department opened a shelter at the fire hall as over 140 homes were damaged forcing some residents to evacuate and several roads washed out, Rod said. Rod cited that there was great collaboration with the Christian community in Spencer. He also thanks Service Unit volunteers Alicia Hatch in Candor and Nellie Snap in Newark Valley for reaching out into the community to help. Rod also shared a heartfelt moment from Saturday's Strawberry Festival in Owego. Rod took one of the Army's mobile feeding units, which is based in Elmira, to participate in the Tioga United Way's parade unit (as the Owego Service Unit receives funding from the United Way). As he drove through the parade route, hundreds of parade watchers filled the streets and all stood, cheered and applauded as The Salvation Army identified mobile feeding unit drove by. Rod said, "I've never experienced anything like this, but Owego residents still remember how Emergency Disaster Services volunteers helped the village during the devastating flood four years ago.


thedailyreview.com

Submitted Photo Pictured in photo is TAG's president, Robin Benesh with Salvation Army Field Representative Rod Ballengee.


www.eveningtribune.com

Rod Ballengee, a division field representative for the Salvation Army's divisional headquarters in Syracuse, said, "The food is being purchased (by the Salvation Army) and is being prepared at the Cuba Cultural Center (Inc.) Their basic needs will be taken care of.


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