The Sherman Woods Homeowners Association in Port Huron is reporting its Red Kettle bell ringing program raised $3,077 to assist the St. Clair County Salvation Army’s annual fund raising campaign. The funds were raised by volunteer residents of the association managing a Red Kettle drop off during four weekend evenings recently. Visitors made donations while touring the Sherman Woods location to view the Christmas light displays the neighborhood presents each year. “With the interest in our residents’ Christmas lights, this is a unique opportunity to help the Salvation Army each year,” said Fred Kemp, president of the Sherman Woods Homeowners Association. “This is a wonderful display of Christmas giving and we appreciate residents volunteering and everyone who contributed. The funds will help to provide gifts and food for families in need at this holiday time. It was especially heartwarming to hear so many people tell us ‘Thank you for doing this’ as they contributed to the kettle.” This was the third year the neighborhood has operated a Red Kettle drop off campaign.