Together for Christmas serves over 300

The event is the only dinner offered in Vernon on Dec. 25.

For the past decade, a Vernon group has been making sure no one is alone on Christmas.

This year, Together For Christmas served about 330 for dinner on Dec. 25. The event is the only dinner offered in Vernon on Dec. 25.

Related: Vernon’s Together For Christmas team held a baking bee Saturday for annual event

Related: More than 300 celebrate at community Christmas dinner in Vernon

“We served approximately 330 meals at St. James and delivered 75 meals,” said organizer Jae McDermott. “Thank you to all volunteers and community for their support.”

Doors opened at 2 p.m. and dinner was served at 4 p.m. at St. James School.

“It was a great day and of course next year we will be there.”

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