Meal for wheels

The local Masons are going to be cooking up a storm once again on Friday, March 25.

The local Masons are going to be cooking up a storm once again on Friday, March 25.

And this time all the proceeds from the dinner are going to the Freemasons Cancer Car project.

Over the years many Kitimat residents have benefited from this service which offers transportation for people who have to go to Vancouver for treatment.

It includes a free ride from the airport to where you are staying in the city while down there, trips between treatment centres while you are there, and transportation back out to airport when you are heading home.

Apart from the fact it is free, its door-to-door service is invaluable.

The dinner will once again offer a choice between a barbecued 8oz New York steak or chicken breast with potatoes, barbecued beans, veggies, salad and much more.

The cost is $15 person for the full meal, just $8 if you only want the salad bar.

It takes place at the Legion from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

 

And you don’t have to be a Legion member to attend, this dinner is open to all, including children if you eat upstairs.

 

 

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