GREENFIELD — Staying true to its mission to feed all comers, no questions asked, Greenfield’s Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen is planning a Christmas Eve celebration offering holiday hope and joy to anyone that needs it.
The soup kitchen will partner with Pastor Charles Dillon of Carpenters House Global Ministries to provide food and gifts to area residents in need, said Jill Ebbert, the soup kitchen’s executive director.
Beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday, there will be a live nativity scene, weather permitting, that will run to 11 a.m.
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the kitchen will provide a home-cooked meal featuring a 250-pound hog for those looking for a hot meal; and from noon to 3 p.m. Santa and his “wise men” will make an appearance to distribute gifts to parents and guardians of children who wouldn’t otherwise have anything under the tree Christmas morning.
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