As the holidays approach, the need to help the less fortunate in the Valley continues.
One charity with many programs to help out during the holidays is the Salvation Army.
One of their best recognized and most visible Christmas traditions is the bell ringers at the kettles.
But this year, the Salvation Army is asking you to do more than just drop change in the box. They want you to ring the bell.
Salvation Army Capt. Gregory Shannon says, "There's two ways. It's very simple. We started this last year where you can go to ringbells.org on your computer. And you can pick your location, the times you want to ring, you can do it all right there. Or if you don't want to do that, you don't want to have to mess with the computer. You can give us a call at the Salvation Army, any one of the three, Waynesboro, Staunton or Harrisonburg, and we'll get you all signed up."
Also on Tuesday, during the One On One Interview at 5:30 p.m., Bob Corso received a surprise. He was given the Others Award, a national award from the Salvation Army for his help in the community.