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SIX NATIONS – It’s still a few weeks before Christmas, but the giving spirit of Six Nations is already being made evident with a free soup kitchen that is being offered for residents and families in need. The event is scheduled for Thursday, December 18th, at Two Arrows Restaurant located at 700 Chiefswood Road. On

SIX NATIONS – It’s still a few weeks before Christmas, but the giving spirit of Six Nations is already being made evident with a free soup kitchen that is being offered for residents and families in need.

The event is scheduled for Thursday, December 18th, at Two Arrows Restaurant located at 700 Chiefswood Road. On the menu will be Chicken and Dumplings, Chili, Goulash and Chicken soup.

“We’re doing this to try and give a little back to the community,” said Bill Monture who is organizing the event. “I’d like to see people come out and just get together and talk in a friendly atmosphere and have a few laughs. It’s about community.”

Monture hopes to make the free soup kitchen a monthly affair throughout the winter.

There will be no take out orders, so people will be more likely to sit and spend some time together over a hot meal.

There will also be a free customer appreciation turkey dinner and Karaoke at the Cedar Tree Restaurant on Seneca Road, just off of Fourth Line Road, December 19th beginning at 5pm. The next night, Dec. 20th, is the Cedar Tree’s regular potluck and Karaoke. “It’s just our way of saying thanks to our valued customers,” says owner and chief cook, Bob Douglas.

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