Lions host Breakfast with Santa Sunday

Parksville club returns annual morning feast, followed by free family skate, as thank you to community

The Parksville Lions Club invites everyone to bring their camera and their appetite to the Parksville Community Centre this Sunday for their Breakfast with Santa.

The breakfast will take place from 9 a.m. to noon

Dec. 6, with admission by donation. All ages are welcome to the event, which is sponsored by more than a half-dozen local businesses.

The breakfast and photo op will be followed immediately by the annual Family Free Skate at Oceanside Place, also hosted by the Lions.

“We’d like everybody to come,” organizer Gail Vulliamy said. “Along with our sponsors, this is the one thing we do every year to give back to our community. We’ve been doing this for about 15 years.”

For more information, call Vulliamy at 250-248-4931.

— NEWS Staff

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