Free Christmas Dinner

T he Sullivans, Dale and Patrick, are inviting those anyone who is interested to a free Christmas dinner at Poultney’s Café Dale. The meal will be served buffet style from noon to 2:30 p.m. Christmas Day.

“It’s for anyone who doesn’t have a place to go on that day,” owner, operator Dale Sullivan said. The meal has been provided by Café Dale and generous donations from the community, Sullivan said. Café Dale can be found at 150 Main Street.

Reservations are requested, but not necessary, Sullivan said. Deliveries will also be available to those who can not get down to the café for the dinner. To reserve a seat or arrange a delivery, call 287-1161.

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