Catholic Charities to Serve Annual Christmas Dinner to the Homeless; Tradition helps more than 1,000 Southern Nevadans

Catholic Charities to Serve Annual Christmas Dinner to the Homeless Tradition helps more than 1,000 Southern Nevadans
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada
will serve a special Christmas dinner to the homeless and less fortunate on Christmas Day (Pictured: Christmas volunteers in the kitchen)

Volunteer serves a meal
Volunteer serves a meal

Approximately 1,500 meals are expected to be served. Executive Chef Juan Carlos Penate is planning a menu that will include stuffed loin of pork with linguica bread stuffing, twice-baked potato, broccoli polonaise, fresh baked biscuits, ricotta pie with espresso anglaise sauce and bottled water.

Chef Jun Reolito Lao
Chef Jun Reolito Lao

The Catholic Charities St. Vincent Lied Dining Facility has been serving meals to the community’s homeless and vulnerable men, women and children since 1965.

Christmas Meal at Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada
Christmas Meal at Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada

The doors are open to anyone who would like to attend, free of charge. More than 125 volunteers will serve approximately 1,500 meals.

Eager volunteer helping to seat people
Eager volunteer helping to seat people

WHEN:

Christmas Day
Friday, Dec. 25, 2015
10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.

WHERE:

Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada
1501 Las Vegas Blvd. North
Las Vegas, NV 89101