PHOTOS: Christmas dinner for lunch at Williams Lake Salvation Army

Roberta Smith, from left, Joanna Smith, Jessica Hoeft, Tari Davidge, and Tamara Robinson, all wore their Christmas sweaters to serve Christmas lunch at the Salvation Army on Dec. 22. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)Roberta Smith, from left, Joanna Smith, Jessica Hoeft, Tari Davidge, and Tamara Robinson, all wore their Christmas sweaters to serve Christmas lunch at the Salvation Army on Dec. 22. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Shirley Thiessen was cheerfully handing out plates of turkey dinner for lunch and the Christmas dinner (for lunch) at the Williams Lake Salvation Army on Dec. 22. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)Shirley Thiessen was cheerfully handing out plates of turkey dinner for lunch and the Christmas dinner (for lunch) at the Williams Lake Salvation Army on Dec. 22. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Kitchen volunteers were filling plates with turkey dinner as other volunteers helped deliver the Christmas dinner for lunch at the Salvation Army on Dec. 22. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)Kitchen volunteers were filling plates with turkey dinner as other volunteers helped deliver the Christmas dinner for lunch at the Salvation Army on Dec. 22. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Tom McCracken was greeting Christmas dinner for lunch patrons at the Salvation Army in Williams Lake on Dec. 22. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)Tom McCracken was greeting Christmas dinner for lunch patrons at the Salvation Army in Williams Lake on Dec. 22. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

The Williams Lake Salvation Army is hosting their annual Christmas Lunch today (Dec. 22) until 2 p.m.

Volunteers from the community, including Mayor Surindepal Rathor, members of the Williams Lake Fire Department and the RCMP are helping to serve full turkey dinner meals with all the trimmings.

The meal included roasted turkey with stuffing and gravy, vegetables, buns, potatoes, buns, cranberry sauce and individual pies for dessert. Salvation Army Lieutenant Jessica Hoeft said the cold might keep people at home, but they were ready for up to 200 community members to come and enjoy the hot holiday meal.

Read more: Salvation Army to host Christmas dinner Dec. 22



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