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The 25th year of the Annual Community Christmas Dinner

Christmas is a time of giving, and this year marks the 25th year of the Annual Community Christmas Dinner.

The Christian Community of 100 House has joined together once again to invite people in the community to join together for a turkey dinner at the 100 Mile House Community Hall on Dec. 8. Doors open at 5:30, with dinner served at 6 p.m.

Christmas will be in the air with music, kids corner crafts, door prizes, carolling and of course a fully served sit down turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Everyone is invited, especially people who might not have family in the area, or have no other Christmas plans this season. The entire dinner is put on through private and local business donations, and everyone involved is a volunteer who comes to serve.

There are no reservations needed, there is no charge, and you do not need to be part of a church to come and invite your friends. We hope to see you there, and have a Merry Christmas!

If you need any more information, please contact Karen Schuurman at 250-644-1555

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