Easter dinner is served

A delicious Easter dinner awaits at Kelowna's Gospel Mission.

Volunteers have been busy preparing 50 turkeys, 300 pounds of potatoes and 21 hams that will be served on Saturday from Noon until 6:00 p.m.

"We strive every day to bring that hope, whether it is to homeless, the working poor or the seniors in need that we serve," said Randy Benson, executive director of the Gospel Mission. "These meals are so important for bringing people together in a family-like atmosphere and Kelowna is a family. 

"Whether you are a donor, volunteer or someone who needs a meal or a safe place to stay – we love you and are grateful for you being a part of our family.”

This Easter, the Gospel Mission has over 50 volunteers, including Mayor Colin Basran, Councillor Ryan Donn, MP Stephen Fuhr, Norm Letnick and Steve Thomson. 

The meal is provided free of charge to Kelowna’s homeless or anyone in need.

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