Lilyanna England has an impish smile on her face as she and her brother, Brody, sit on Santa’s lap.

PHOTOS: Breakfast with Santa

Blackpool Hall was filled on Saturday, Dec. 2 as Success by 6 hosted Breakfast with Santa

The historic Blackpool Hall was filled with youngsters, their parents, friends and neighbours on Saturday, Dec. 2 as Success by 6 hosted Breakfast with Santa.

 

Trina Sallenbach helps her granddaughter, Brynleigh Ruttan, to make a craft project using candy-canes. They were taking part in Breakfast with Santa at Blackpool Hall on Saturday morning, Dec. 2.

Braeden Osmond tells Santa what he would like for Christmas.

(L-r) Lilly, Tristan and Holly Frost pose for a photo with Santa Claus. Over 230 youngsters, parents, friends and neighbours took part in the event, which was sponsored by Success by 6.

Left: Darian (l) and Tiannah Morgan tell Santa what they want for Christmas. For more about the event, see the letter to the editor on page A4. All photos by Keith McNeill

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