From left: Melody Simon, Ranae Kohout, Susan Clark, Nancy Bulinski, and Ursula Yates were among the 70 volunteers at the Outpouring Community Christmas Dinner Friday, Dec. 23 at the Oakhurst Community Center.
From left: Melody Simon, Ranae Kohout, Susan Clark, Nancy Bulinski, and Ursula Yates were among the 70 volunteers at the Outpouring Community Christmas Dinner Friday, Dec. 23 at the Oakhurst Community Center. Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star
From left: Melody Simon, Ranae Kohout, Susan Clark, Nancy Bulinski, and Ursula Yates were among the 70 volunteers at the Outpouring Community Christmas Dinner Friday, Dec. 23 at the Oakhurst Community Center. Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star

Outpouring Christmas dinner in Oakhurst offers up meals, sweets, and smiles

December 23, 2016 05:10 PM

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