Category Archive: Christmas Food Boxes

Nov 28 2020

12 Days of Giving

If you are looking for a fun way for your family to celebrate the joy of giving this holiday season, please consider adopting a Christmas box for those less fortunate and adding two nonperishable items to it per day from Dec 1st to the 12th – see list of items needed and other particulars.

Nov 25 2020

2020 Tater Trot Final Results

According to race directors Christian Utley and Randy Shiosaki, while numbers were down this year because the covid pandemic forced us to make this a virtual event, we still had 33 runners register for this fundraiser. We were able to give away some great prizes, net $1700 for the Christmas Food Boxes, and have fun in the process. We would like to thank our running community, our volunteers, and our corporate sponsors for this year’s Tater Trot.

Nov 30 2019

2019 Tater Trot

We would like to thank our running community, our volunteers and our corporate sponsors for this year’s Tater Trot. We had 115 runners registered for this year’s event, the weather cooperated and overall it was a great success.  Despite morning temperatures starting out in teens, the event went off without a hitch.  Roughly 20 Volunteers …

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Jan 08 2019

NW Farm Credit is a Wonderful Community Partner

NW Farm Credit continues to be a strong supporter of the Community Dinner Table Mission. This year they helped with Christmas Food Distribution on December 20th. Seven individuals from their offices and their trustees gave 5 hours of their time to help get the food to members of their community who needed some assistance this …

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Jan 22 2018

Christmas Food Boxes

Through the generous giving of many organizations and individuals, combined with the countless hours of volunteer time, the Community Dinner Table was able to once again organize and provide Christmas Food Boxes to those in need.  This benefits both the hungry and those who are having a hard time making ends meet, especially at this …

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