City Furniture donates food for Salvation Army Christmas dinner

City Furniture in Williams Lake pulled through Thursday for the third year in a row.

City Furniture in Williams Lake pulled through Thursday for the third year in a row donating all of the groceries for the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas Dinner.

Rami Pannu, owner of Williams Lake City Furniture, said the business enjoys helping out members of the community during the holiday season.

“We’re a part of the community, and the community’s been really good to us, and we believe in giving back to the community,” Pannu said.

Williams Lake Salvation Army Lt. Geoff Butt said the items donated will help feed residents attending this year’s dinner, scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 23, at 4 p.m.

“We really appreciate the support from local businesses and community ventures [this time of year],” Butt said. “We just want people to know it really helps us out and means a lot to us.”

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