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St. Joseph's Church again provides free Christmas dinner

There is no need to be hungry and alone on Christmas Day.

In keeping with its long-established tradition, St. Joseph’s Church will offer a full Christmas dinner on Dec. 25 for anyone who is in need, and for seniors and others who would otherwise spend the day alone.

The meal is free and will be served in the church hall, 20676 Fraser Hwy. Doors open at 4 p.m. for drinks and socializing, and dinner will be served an hour later.

To arrange free transportation, call (604) 534-3303.

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