Marquette Kiwanis Club’s Free Christmas Eve Dinner for Community

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The Kiwanis Club of Marquette is preparing for its annual Christmas Eve community dinner, a tradition it has maintained for over 30 years. The dinner will serve turkey with all the fixings and a dessert and is expected to feed around 400 people. Reservation for meal delivery or pickup can be made with delivery times set from 11:00 a.m. to noon and pickup time from noon to 2:00 p.m. at the Salvation Army of Marquette; volunteers are also still needed for the event.


Annual Christmas Eve Community Dinner by Marquette’s Kiwanis Club

The Kiwanis Club of Marquette, Mich. is once again preparing for its traditional Christmas Eve community dinner.

Proudly hosting this complimentary holiday meal for over three decades, the Marquette Kiwanis Club is all set for another successful year.

Kiwanis Club members and event coordinators Neal Crothers and Brian Jensen recently shared insights about orchestrating this annual occasion with TV6’s Tia Trudgeon.

In an interview with Tia Trudgeon, Neal Crothers and Brian Jensen discuss the organization of the Christmas Eve community dinner.
Crothers and Jensen discuss how to get involved in the free community Christmas Eve dinner with TV6’s Tia Trudgeon.

The holiday dinner will feature a savory turkey with traditional accompaniments and dessert.

The Kiwanis Club anticipates feeding approximately 400 individuals this Christmas Eve.

Reservations for meal delivery or pickup can be made at 1-855-500-0919.

The delivery window is from 11:00 a.m. to noon; pickup is between noon and 2:00 p.m. at the Salvation Army of Marquette.

Additional volunteers are sought to ensure a successful event. Interested individuals can view available positions and sign up at yoopersunited.com.


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