Holiday breakfast a time-tested tradition in Kingston
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.
Hundreds visited the Lions Club in Kingston for the organization’s annual Christmas Eve Breakfast.
Connie Boudreau, Donald Boudreau, Brian LeBreton and Tanya Lynch were decked out in festive attire for the special occasion.
Lorri and Larz Dominey were a festive looking duo at the community breakfast.
Representatives of the local scouting group attended to help the Lions accommodate hundreds of visitors.
Roger Quirion was hardly complaining about being on dish duty with Chris Rithaler and Brenda Walker.
Sam, Justin and Bennett were happy to check out the breakfast the local Lions club put on for their community.