OXFORD – The Oxford Lions Club is inviting the community to their annual Jim Podraza Free Christmas Dinner on Saturday, December 20, served from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church parish. This holiday event invites all persons in need of fellowship.
The all home-made dinner will be: sliced roast turkey, mashed potatoes, mashed squash, turkey gravy, bread stuffing, assorted quick breads and rolls, corn, coleslaw, and cranberry sauce. For dessert, there will be assorted pies and you can be sure that pumpkin and apple will be among them. The dinner is made and served by Lions Club volunteers.
For reservations and deliveries to shut-ins (deliveries in the Oxford area only), please contact Mary Place at (607) 334-7697 or Carol Kuhn at 843-9534 before Monday, December 15.
Free will donations will be accepted at the NBT Bank in Oxford. Volunteers are needed to assist in serving and in the kitchen. For more information on volunteering contact John Weidman, (607) 843-9757; firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Lions Club of Oxford and St. Paul’s Church wish you a very MERRY CHRISTMAS!
For more information about the Oxford Lions community service or about membership, contact Carol Kuhn. Visit – http://oxfordlions.org/ The club meets twice monthly, every second and fourth Tuesday, at 7:00 p.m. at Fred’s Inn in Norwich.