2,762 holiday cards, plus wreaths, miniature trees, advent calendars, and even Hershey's kisses had already been spread across North Kitsap.  But NO.  Not enough. Those Kingston North Kitsap Santas had one more gift to deliver to the community.
On December 24, under the direction of Mess Officer Bill Bedoin, the Rotary Band played on.  Community meals were prepared by Rotarians. Here's the band.
From left Chris Gilbreath, Suzanne Jenny, Stan Mack, Bobbie Moore, Keith Beebe, Terry Bedoin, Bill Bedoin, and Walt Elliott.  Here Walt, Suzanne, and Chris assemble the meals.
One-hundred-twenty of them.  That's 120 measures of turkey, dressing, potatoes, casserole beans, and cranberries.  Plus a helping of pumpkin pie.  And on Christmas day, the community was presented with free Christmas dinners, with all the trimmings.  Just drive through the drive at Kingston's Village Green Community Center.
This is not the first community meal presented by the Kingston North Kitsap Rotary Club, but it is one of the most memorable.  What Rotarians do.  Give to their communities.