Lisa Kurulok (left)

Kindale serves up seasonal lunch

The Kindale Developmental Association community Christmas lunch takes place today

With the snow on the ground, twinkling of Christmas lights and the turkeys in the oven, it’s  time for the Kindale Developmental Association community Christmas lunch.

The event takes place today at the Vernon Recreation Complex.

“The change in venue makes it possible for twice as many people to attend,” said Cindy Masters, development officer.

“Tickets are still complimentary thanks to the generosity of many of our donors, sponsors and friends.”

Food for the lunch is provided by Crunchtime Market, Sysco, Cobs Bread, Askew’s Foods and Olive Us. Gumtree Catering puts everything together.

New this year is the D Dutchmen Dairy desert bar which will be followed by caroling with Brian Martin, Jayme McKillop and Okanagan Dance Party.

Sponsors are Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Services, Durning Directions and Service, RBC Royal Bank, Capri Insurance, KPMG, Armstrong Kin Club, the North Okanagan Knights Hockey Club, Planet Clean, Higgins Holdings and Sun FM.

“Kindale is asking guests attending the lunch to please bring a food donation for the new Hampers for Hope program,” said Masters.

For more information about Kindale, go to www.kindale.net or call 250-546-3005.

 

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