Those in need of a hot and tasty meal continue to make their way to the twice weekly Warm Welcome Suppers held in the Energy City during the winter months.
However, those numbers seem to have declined a bit over the past few weeks.
"Until the holidays and cold weather hit, we've been up to 50 (people per night). Our numbers have dropped over the holidays, last week we were at about 25 each night, but it was very cold. I think people were just staying at home," shared Kitchen Coordinator Christina Farquar.
"Tuesday night we were very low in numbers, I was really surprised. However, there's still people coming out, and some different people.
"We just keep going and make the food, and hopefully people will keep coming. I know there's people out there that need it," she added.
The suppers are held at the Salvation Army Community Church every Tuesday, and St. Paul's United Church on Thursdays.