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Therese Frei holds the pan while fellow volunteer Ryan Orr, executive chef of the Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, pours in hot vegetables Sunday at the Naval Officers Training Centre kitchen at Work Point in Esquimalt. The veggies were to be served for the Mustard Seed
Therese Frei holds the pan while fellow volunteer Ryan Orr, executive chef of the Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, pours in hot vegetables Sunday at the Naval Officers Training Centre kitchen at Work Point in Esquimalt. The veggies were to be served for the Mustard Seed's annual charity dinner at the Bay Street Armoury.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

A volunteer crew worked two full days to prepare the Mustard Seed’s 25th annual pre-Christmas dinner.

Two seatings were held on Sunday afternoon at the Bay Street Armoury, feeding roughly 600 people in need including families, single adults and couples.

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