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Goldstream church offers free festive feast

Gordon United Church says all are welcome to attend Monday’s meal

Goldstream’s Gordon United Church is inviting the community to enjoy a free ham dinner on Monday, Dec. 16.

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The ham dinner, complete with ‘all the fixings’ will also have options for vegetarians. Can’t wait until Christmas to dig into a holiday meal?

Bring your friends and family along to enjoy a delicious meal and conversation with others in the community.

READ ALSO: Save-On-Foods stocks the pantry at Jeneece Place

If you can’t make it to this festive meal, Gordon United suggests those interested stay tuned for the dates of dinners held on a monthly basis.

READ ALSO: Santa, West Shore firefighters team up to fill the sleigh for the food bank

Gordon United Church is located at 935 Goldstream Ave.

Dinner will be served at 6 p.m.

For information about Gordon United’s monthly meals visit Gordon United Church – On Goldstream.



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