A rare coin has found its way anonymously to the Salvation Army kettle in Montpelier for the third year in a row, said The Rutland Herald. The gold coin, minted in 1910, was left in the same location used two years ago. It was worth two and a half dollars in 1910; no estimate on what it’s worth today.The last two coins brought in more than $2,000 each. All donations stay in the community, buying toys for children or helping people pay their rent or heating fuel. How do you say thanks for such a gift? “We really appreciate their support and generosity,” said Capt. Travis DeLong, commanding officer in Barre. Efforts have been made to guess the identity of the “Secret Santa,” but to date, he/she remains just another kettle donor.