See larger Don Enright, right, looks on as Theresa Dauphin donates money to a Salvation Army kettle outside the Publix on Bonita Beach Road near South Tamiami in Bonita Springs on Friday morning. Friday marked the first day of the Salvation Army's annual kettle campaign. 'I wish I had a little bit more to give,' said Dauphin, 'Money is tight right now after the hurricane.'

Photo by Cary Edmondson, Bonita Daily News

Don Enright, right, looks on as Theresa Dauphin donates money to a Salvation Army kettle outside the Publix on Bonita Beach Road near South Tamiami in Bonita Springs on Friday morning. Friday marked the first day of the Salvation Army's annual kettle campaign. "I wish I had a little bit more to give," said Dauphin, "Money is tight right now after the hurricane."

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