Thousands gathered at the Frontier Airlines Center, 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., on Christmas Day for the 22nd Annual 1290 WMCS/Salvation Army Christmas Family Feast. The organizations served all who entered a delicious holiday meal of ham, turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes, yams, green beans, dinner rolls, an assortment of deserts and beverages.
“The Christmas Family Feast is a Milwaukee tradition. What started out 22 years ago as a dinner to feed those in need, has evolved into an important holiday event where a great meal serves as the focal point for a wonderful day of fellowship and community,” said 1290 WMCS operations manager Tyrene ‘TJ’ Jackson.
Santa came bearing gifts for the kids and guests received complimentary gifts while supplies lasted.
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