Kelvin’s Kitchen host free seniors’ dinner

The eighth annual free seniors dinner hosted by Kelvin’s Kitchen was a tremendous success.

Volunteers and staff at Kelvin's Kitchen.

Volunteers and staff at Kelvin's Kitchen.



The eighth annual free seniors dinner hosted by Kelvin’s Kitchen was a tremendous success.

A group of 18 volunteers gathered to help cook, serve and entertain 90 local seniors. Gord Leffler emceed the event, while Marty and Val Hellewell played guitar and sang during the dinner service.

“We do this for the seniors,” said restaurant owner Kelvin Siu. “We have to take the time to get to know our neighbours.”

Kelvin and Elain would like to put a call out to other businesses that might be interested in co-hosting the dinner. One such business that has partnered with the Siu’s is Kootenay Taxi, that volunteers to drive seniors that have no other way of getting there. If you are interested in being a part of this highly anticipated event that takes place every spring contact Kelvin or Elain at the restaurant.