Community Welcomes Joe & Melissa Irvin

The Salvation Army opened its doors to welcome new officers to the local community. Captains Joe and Melissa Irvin began their service to the Rutherford County community just this week. An open house and welcome event was held at the Salvation Army Thursday.

Melissa Irvin says they're excited to take over the local operation of the Salvation Army for Lt. Andy and Captain Monica Seiler…

The Irvin's moved to Murfreesboro from Bristol, Tennessee, where they served five years. Before that, they were in Memphis for four-years. They've also served in Middlesboro, Kentucky, and Knoxville. They take over after the Salvation Army relocated the Seiler's to Roanoke, Virginia.

Joe Irvin explains the Salvation Army's model of moving officers after several years of service in one location…

Before the community welcoming, NewsRadio WGNS' Bryan Barrett had the opportunity to sit down for the Irvin's first radio interview. You can listen to the entire interview at WGNSRadio.com, keyword Irvin.

BRYAN BARRETT'S INTERVIEW WITH JOE AND MELISSA IRVIN

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