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Free Christmas Feast

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KALISPELL -

Turkey, ham, pumpkin pie, and all the trimmings of a traditional Christmas dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m. on December 25 in Kalispell so no one has to eat alone.

The Community Kitchen Feeding the Flathead Director, Naomi Davidson, estimates some 100 people will come out for the food, to be served by about 20 volunteers.

The food has been donated by the community and everyone who eats gets a gift.

For about 25 years, Davidson has been the one to organize this Christmas meal.

"We're very excited," said Davidson, "I especially think about a single man or lady sitting alone in a room somewhere, that have no family. That's the main reason that we do it."

Dinner is served at the Faith Alliance church on Second Avenue West.

All are welcome.

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