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Lazarus House Annual Christmas brunch

December 25, 2017 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm

Lazarus House invites the community to its annual Christmas brunch. Enjoy boundless food and fellowship with others who wish to celebrate this special day. You are welcome to bring a dish to share or supplies if you choose or drop one off if you are not able to attend.

Food dishes (to serve 8-10 people) should be delivered on Christmas Day “ready to serve” in a disposable container approximately 15 to 30 minutes prior to the meal which is served at noon.
These are the dishes currently needed:
Main dishes (Ham, turkey, egg casserole, etc.)
Potatoes/Pasta
vegetable dishes/salads
cool whip (2 tubs)
butter (8 sticks)
coffee (1 lb.) + half & half (1 qt)
milk, juice, water or soda (2 gal. ea.)
ice (2 bags)
Desserts

Supplies are also welcome and should be delivered to the shelter at 214 Walnut St. in St. Charles no later than Monday, December 18. These are the supplies currently needed:
large (12 X 20) disposable aluminum pans (5)
sturdy paper dessert plates (300)
clear sturdy plastic forks, knives or spoons (50 each)
paper towels (5 rolls)
30 or 33-gallon garbage bags ( 1box)

If you would like to donate something from the above list, volunteer your time, wish to join us in celebrating this holiday or if you have questions please call 630-587-2144 weekdays between 8 am-4 pm or email Anne at volunteer@lazarushouse.net

Details

Date:
December 25, 2017
Time:
11:30 am - 2:00 pm

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Julia H.

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