Century 21 Annual Santa's Christmas Dinner 2008

 Century 21 Power Realty Ltd. of Drumheller, AB is proud to once again put on the Annual Santa's Christmas Dinner at O'Sheas Pub and Eatery in Drumheller, Alberta.  Century 21 Broker Bob Sheddy invites Drumhellerites to, "A cozy dinner on Christmas Day, that has become a Christmas tradition in the valley for the last 26 years, last year hosting 249 guests."


   Pictured above are Entertainers from the 2007 dinner: 
       Ron W, Don Lema, Linda Lema, and Paul Rosgen


The Annual Christmas Dinner was started by three local families in 1983, simply because there were not any restaurants open on Christmas Day in Drumheller. It has now become a place to enjoy Christmas dinner in the company of others.

"There are myriad reasons that our guests attend this dinner on Christmas," explained C21 Salesperson Gary Chambers.  "Maybe you decide not to cook because you do not have guests coming, or maybe you are too busy to cook a formal dinner, or possibly your family lives out of town and are unable to join you this year.  Regardless of the reason, we enjoy the company of all of the people who are able to join us."

When asked how you get invited to the dinner, Bob Sheddy laughed and said "Everyone is welcome at the Annual Santa's Christmas Dinner, and the only prerequisite is having the Christmas Spirit." In fact, some families have made it a tradition to bring their family to the dinner year after year.

The event was held for many years at the local Elks Club, Drumheller Inn, and Stavros, Drumheller Boston Pizza, and now O'Sheas is the venue.  Chris and Heather Jones (who operate both The Boston Pizza and O'Sheas) have acted in a generous manner allowing their restaurants to be the site of the event for the last few years.

Last year a fire at Boston Pizza led to a change in venue to O'Shea's Restaurant. This became the start of new tradition, and this year the dinner wll be held at O'Shea's.

"We're honoured to have the dinner at O'Shea's this year," commented Cam Christianson, of Canalta. "It's a great group of people to spend Christmas with."

The meal includes a homemade turkey dinner with all the fixings, coffee, pie, dessert, chocolates and great company.

The organizers will also have a shuttle running for those who need a ride to the event. They will also deliver care packages to your home for those who can't make it out. To get on the list, contact Bob Sheddy at 403-823-2222, Jessica Pollom at 403-823-2121, or Gary Chambers at 403-820-2121.  On the day of the event, they can call 403-823-2222 or O'sheas at 403-823-2460. 


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