Turkey dinner at The LINC

Sunday, Dec. 14 holiday celebration for youth 11-18 years

Join The LINC Staff and volunteers this Sunday, Dec. 14 for a free turkey dinner and holiday celebration for youth 11-18 years.

There will be music, games, prizes and of course a turkey dinner with all the trimmings. The centre will be open 3-8 p.m. with dinner being served around 5:30. Please note, the skatepark will be closed during dinner (5:30-6 p.m.).

“Each year we hope to give a special night to youth, especially youth who may not get a chance to celebrate over the holidays!” explains Kristine Klupsas, Youth Services co-ordinator. “Everybody leaves with a smile on their face; it is a special night.”

Special thanks to the Glacier Kings for volunteering to prepare and serve food, Thrifty Foods, Grains, Siefferts Farm Market, Lush Valley, Searles Shoes, Hot Chocolates,  Courtenay Recreational Association, Anne (donation of lift passes) and City of Courtenay staff who continue to support, donate to and sponsor this special event.

For more information please call The LINC Youth Centre at 250-334-8138.

 

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