Santa Claus breakfast
There’s no question Berwick’s annual Santa Claus Breakfast was a great way for the young and the young- at- heart to get into the holiday spirit.
The breakfast, held at the Royal Canadian Legion Ortona Branch 69 on Nov. 24, has been an annual tradition in the Town of Berwick for more than three decades. All proceeds help support the Berwick and District Nursery School.
The breakfast is made possible by a crew of hard working volunteers cooking in the kitchen, serving pancakes and sausages and working the door. Of course, the main attraction was the jolly old elf himself, Santa Claus. Dozens of children waited in line for their turn to tell him what they want for Christmas.
The breakfast is among the annual Santa Claus celebrations being held in Berwick to kick off the holiday season.
Eight-year-old Melina Amero of Berwick visits with Santa at the Town of Berwick’s annual Santa Claus breakfast.
The Town of Berwick’s annual Santa Claus Breakfast wouldn’t be possible without volunteers working hard in the kitchen to prepare the pancakes and sausages, serving guests and working the door.
Six-year-old Morgan Easson, mom Jill Easson, grandmother Cindy Easson and three-and-a-half-year-old James Easson were among the dozens of families enjoying the annual Santa Claus Breakfast.
Eight-year-old Colten and Jennifer Schofield of Berwick were in the holiday spirit, dressing festively for the Town of Berwick’s annual Santa Claus Breakfast at the Royal Canadian Legion.
Five-year-old Maverick Coleman of Berwick visits with Santa at the Town of Berwick’s annual Santa Claus breakfast.
Three-year-old Rowan Sheridan of Aylesford visits with Santa at the Town of Berwick’s annual Santa Claus breakfast at the Royal Canadian Legion Ortona Branch 69.