Captains Michael and Wendy Morrison will be leaving the Augusta Salvation Army next month to move to Pennsylvania. The Morrisons have been in Augusta for four years. Karen and David Dickson will be leaving their positions as directors of the Salvation Army in Waterville to take a similar posts in Augusta.The Morrisons will be leaving Augusta on June 23rd and over their four years in Maine, they have helped supply people in the community with food, furniture and vouchers for fuel along with spiritual counseling.

The Salvation Army operates a food pantry at its church on North Pearl Street in Augusta. Captain Matthew Morrison tells the Kennebec Journal, that they 'regularly serve 65 families a month', he adds that 'we got slammed last year with people needing fuel assistance.'

The Augusta Salvation Army post will be led by Salvation Army Majors Karin and David Dickson, currently posted in Waterville and by Lt. Erin Smullen of Berlin, N.H..

B-98.5 has worked with both the Morrison's and Dickson's with our annual 'Tanksgiving' Food Drive with the Maine Army National Guard.

We'd like to wish Captains Matthew and Wendy and their children the best in Pennsylvania and we will miss you.