Guitarist Matt MacLaren (centre) gets accompaniment from Kindale’s Patrick Magnusson on guitar and Adam Lord on keyboard while Jayme McKillop (back, from left), Sue Betschart and Brian Martin sing caroles at the annual Kindale Developmental Association Community Christmas at the Vernon Rec Centre Friday. (Roger Knox/Morning Star)

Kindale celebrates Christmas

Community luncheons in Vernon and Salmon Arm

Kindale served up a lot of smiles last week.

The developmental association helped clients, supporters and community members get in the Christmas spirit with its annual luncheon last week.

Events were held in both Vernon and Salmon Arm.

Gumtree Catering cooked up turkey and all the fixin’s for the annual fundraising event in Vernon.

Along with all the food and fun, those in attendance were treated to sounds of the season performed by members, as well as some celebrity carols with Mayor Akbal Mund and SUN FM personality Brian Martin.



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Seven-month-old Paige Baumle enjoys her first Kindale Developmental Association Community Christmas Luncheon with Maxine MacPherson at the Vernon Recreation Complex Friday. (Roger Knox/Morning Star)

Turkey with all the fixin’s was available to the large crowd on hand for the annual Kindale Developmental Association Community Christmas Luncheon at the Vernon Recreation Centre Friday. (Roger Knox/Morning Star)

Emcee Brian Martin (left) and Vernon Mayor Akbal Mund get the Christmas carol singing started, leading Deck The Halls, at the annual Kindale Developmental Association Community Christmas Luncheon at the Vernon Recreation Centre Friday. (Roger Knox/Morning Star)

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