The holidays are a time of togetherness, a time to share with one another and spend time with those you love. Unfortunately, there are times when getting family and friends together isn’t easy, and it’s not uncommon for people to spend Christmas Day on their own. To help with that, the Winamac First United Methodist Church is hosting their fifth annual Community Christmas Dinner on Christmas Day from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET at the church on the corner of Monticello and Spring.
The dinner, according to coordinators John and Barbara Kleinofen, is completely free and open to the public, featuring a traditional Christmas turkey dinner. Barbara Kleinofen said the event was created to bring the community together to share in the spirit of Christmas.
The event typically brings around 125 people to the church to enjoy the feast, and Kleinofen said everyone is welcome, churchgoer or not. She said if even one person attends who would have otherwise spent the holiday alone, it’s worth it.
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