ANNANDALE/KIMBALL -- It may be a little early for Santa to come to town, but the Holiday Train is set to make a stop in Annandale and Kimball for a little holiday cheer on Sunday.

Rail cars will be decorated in twinkling lights when the Canadian Pacific Holiday train comes to town.

You can see the display at the Downtown Park in Annandale around 7:30 p.m. or at the Willow Park Lions Shelter in Kimball.

This is one of more than 150 stops throughout the United States and Canada in an effort to raise money for local food shelves.

Gean Skomoroh is the managing director at the Annandale Foodshelf. She says last year they raised more than $15,000.

You're encouraged to make a food or money donation which will stay in your local community.

A boxcar stage will be set up with musical acts and entertainment. The Holiday Train has raised more than $7.4-million since it hit the rails in 1999.

The three week food drive makes a finale stop in Saskatchewan on December 19th.