34th Annual Livingston Community Christmas Dinner
You are invited to the 34th Livingston Community Christmas Dinner to be held at the Park County Fairgrounds on Christmas Day, 12 to 2pm. Everyone is invited to come enjoy Christmas Dinner with all the trimmings and good fellowship offered in honor of the birth of Jesus Christ.
For ways you may participate to make this event a success, please call Joyce Smith at 406-220-2278. Decorating will be done on Saturday, December 23, after 10am. Call that number, also, to volunteer to deliver a Christmas Dinner, to give a ride to someone, or to help Christmas Day in any way and especially to help clean-up!
Donation of an uncooked frozen turkey or a ham would be very much appreciated. Drop off a frozen turkey or a ham at MT Cup, 113 W. Park Street, until 2pm seven days a week. Drop off no later than Friday, December 15th.
a ham at MT Cup, 113 W. Park Street, until 2pm seven days a week. Drop off no later than Friday, December 15th.
Donation of a dessert would be wonderful. Call 406-220-2278 to put your donation on the dessert list. Drop off desserts at the fairgrounds December 23 or Christmas morning.
If you would like to make a monetary donation, please do so at the First Interstate Bank in Livingston. A check made out to Compassionate Neighbors - Community Christmas Dinner is tax deductible.
For more information about volunteering your time, to make food donations, to make arrangements for a Christmas Dinner delivery to your home, or for a ride to the Fairgrounds on Christmas Day, please call Joyce Smith 406-220-2278.
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