Beef dip dinner for Fort St. James food bank

Get your eaters on! The 3rd annual Beef Dip dinner in support of the food bank is just around the corner.

  • Oct. 14, 2015 7:00 p.m.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

Get your eaters on! The 3rd annual Beef Dip dinner in support of the food bank is just around the corner.

The dinner will be held on Oct. 17 at 5:30pm at Fort St. James Secondary School. The meal will be followed by an auction with Henry Dyck.

There is no set cost to attend the event but a donation in support of the food bank is appreciated.

Gwen Andrews is president of the Stuart Lake Outreach Program and says that the food bank relies on donations.“Without donations, we woudn’t exist,” Andrews said.

The food bank serves 300 individuals and families in the area.

Volunteers are always needed. The food bank is located at St. Patrick’s Anglican Church.

To donate or volunteer, call: (250) 567-6744.

 

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