Willowbrook Safeway helped raise funds for the Brogan’s diner community dinner. Courtesy Albert Mutis

Community Thanksgiving at Brogan’s diner

Brogan’s diner hosted a free community turkey dinner on Oct. 6.

It was turkey and all the trimmings for anyone in need of a meal as Brogan’s Diner opened their doors to the community on Oct. 6 to dish out a Thanksgiving dinner.

The diner also hosts free community dinners on the first Saturday of each month.

Willowbrook Safeway store manager, Albert Mutis, has been fundraising for the dinners for the past six months.

“We supported the May dinner with funds and we volunteered our time to help serve. We were so blown away by the turn out and the positive impact on the community that we got on board to help sponsor the Thanksgiving community dinner,” said Mutis.

The dinner also included karaoke, entertainment and music.

Just Posted

Where to find community holiday feasts in Langley

A variety of groups are hosting free meals for the Langley community to fill up on.

Looking for the buzz on Langley tree chipping events

Send us details on tree chipping events so we can help spread the word.

Surrey boy’s birthday wish raises $13,500 for rescued farm animals in Aldergrove

Matthew Farden received a large donation from the mister Blake Foundation towards a sanctuary farm.

Langley Mounties get new tool to find drunk drivers

New legislation take effect this week that will allow broader breathalyzer testing.

BCIHL Young Stars lose hard-fought hockey game to Kazakhstan at Langley Events Centre

Coach calls it ‘a great opportunity for those guys to have an international experience’

VIDEO: Ex-NASA engineer pranks mail thieves with glitter bomb trap

Package thefts are common this time of year, but YouTuber Mark Rober used his engineering skills

Lightning top Canucks 5-2 in feisty battle

NHL’s No. 1 team too much for Vancouver

Coquihalla closed between Hope and Merritt

The highway is closed in the northbound lane

FortisBC says you can return to normal gas use following pipeline fire

Utility says increased pipeline capacity, warmer weather have allowed supply to reach normal levels

CSIS collected info on peaceful groups, but only in pursuit of threats: watchdog

Security Intelligence Review Committee says fears unjustified after reviewing evidence, testimony

Lower Mainland man receives apology after getting kicked out of library

Mike Wilson fears the same treatment he received Nov. 2 by security guards will happen to others

Canada ranks 16th on annual gender gap list

This is the second year Canada has placed 16th in the World Economic Forum’s list

VIDEO: Tornado rips through city west of Seattle

Reports indicate five to seven homes damaged in Port Orchard, Wash.

Trial date postponed for man charged with killing Abbotsford police officer

Oscar Arfmann’s trial pushed back from January to May 2019

Most Read