The spirit of Christmas was alive and well in the city of Prince George on Wednesday as three locations held their annual Christmas Day dinners making sure that all members of the community had access to a hot Christmas turkey dinner with all the trimmings. St. Vincent de Paul Society held their 47th Annual Christmas Day Dinner at Sacred Heart auditorium. Thirty-six volunteers were on hand to help prepare and serve their annual turkey dinner. Eighteen 20 pound turkeys, and 160 pounds of potatoes were cooked and ready to feed upwards of 300 people. White Goose Bistro held their 5th annual Christmas Day Dinner and were expected to serve upwards of 300 turkey dinners with all the trimmings in the restaurant. This year they also did take-out dinners and volunteers delivered meals to those who were unable to leave their house. The Twisted Cork held their 11th Annual Drop-In Community Christmas Dinner. The Twisted Cork gets anywhere between 200-400 guests per year for their annual dinner but they are prepared to feed as many people who walk through the door.
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