Hol­i­day break­fast a time-tested tra­di­tion in Kingston

Annapolis Valley Register - - FRONT PAGE - KINGSTON, N. S.

They may not have been as busy as Santa and his crew, but there’s no deny­ing the Kingston Lions had their work cut out for them dur­ing the hol­i­days.

Many vol­un­teers with the lo­cal ser­vice club rise long be­fore the sun to pre­pare a com­mu­nity break­fast for hun­dreds to en­joy. The Christ­mas Eve Break­fast, now a hol­i­day tra­di­tion for gen­er­a­tions of lo­cal fam­i­lies, ran from 6: 30 to 10: 30 a. m.

The free- will of­fer­ing event of­fered a full hot break­fast – drinks, sausage, ham, eggs, toast, hash browns, pan­cakes and muffins – and a visit from Santa.

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Hun­dreds vis­ited the Lions Club in Kingston for the or­ga­ni­za­tion’s an­nual Christ­mas Eve Break­fast.

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Con­nie Boudreau, Don­ald Boudreau, Brian LeBre­ton and Tanya Lynch were decked out in fes­tive at­tire for the spe­cial oc­ca­sion.

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Lorri and Larz Dominey were a fes­tive look­ing duo at the com­mu­nity break­fast.

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Rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the lo­cal scout­ing group at­tended to help the Lions ac­com­mo­date hun­dreds of visi­tors.

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Roger Quirion was hardly com­plain­ing about be­ing on dish duty with Chris Rithaler and Brenda Walker.

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Sam, Justin and Ben­nett were happy to check out the break­fast the lo­cal Lions club put on for their com­mu­nity.

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