Salvation Army hosts community dinner

By Chad Klassen
December 23, 2015 - 6:03pm

KAMLOOPS — The Salvation Army is hosting its own Christmas dinner tonight (December 23) on the North Shore, organized for volunteers and others in the community as a way of saying thank you.

There will be about 100 people attending the dinner at the Salvation Army, including the families it serves and volunteers that help all year. It's a way for Captains Paul and Lisa Trickett to get the community together and give back as a token of their appreciation.

Meantime, the Salvation Army will be picking up all the kettles from around Kamloops tomorrow (December 24) at noon. They are about $10,000 short of their goal.

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