Holiday Dinner A Tradition

Church In Third Decade Of Serving Christmas Meal

Posted: December 26, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Ed Grames, left, serves a traditional Christmas dinner to John J.C. Colbert on Tuesday at Central United Methodist in Rogers.

It looked like Christmas, and smelled like it, too, inside the festive dining hall at Central United Methodist Church in Rogers. For the 37th year, volunteers prepared a traditional holiday dinner on Christmas Day for anyone who walked through the church doors.

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