Spud peelers (left to right) Jim MacLise

Cooking up a Christmas feast

Spud peelers (left to right) Jim MacLise, Alma Bishop, Eileen Berry and Jane Drozda spent Christmas Eve morning preparing for the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas dinner at the church. The foursome did their part in peeling 100 pounds of potatoes. Dinner organizers expected 200 people, but made enough food to feed 250 on Christmas Day.

Spud peelers (left to right) Jim MacLise, Alma Bishop, Eileen Berry and Jane Drozda spent Christmas Eve morning preparing for the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas dinner at the church. The foursome did their part in peeling 100 pounds of potatoes. Dinner organizers expected 200 people, but made enough food to feed 250 on Christmas Day.

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