Santa comes for breakfast

Aboriginal Success by 6 and other organizations host event at Blackpool Hall

Santa Claus wears a Metis sash as he waves to an excited crowd of youngsters and parents.

Santa Claus wears a Metis sash as he waves to an excited crowd of youngsters and parents during Breakfast with Santa held at Blackpool Hall on Saturday.

The event included a pancake breakfast and presents for all the kids, and was sponsored by Aboriginal Success by 6, North Thompson Aboriginal Sharing Centre, Royal Purple, and other organizations and businesses.

 

Cindy drumsLeft: Cindy Wilgosh leads the way, followed by Kaley Jones and Leslie Pinksen, beating on drums and singing a Christmas carol, as people get ready for the arrival of the big guy with the beard during Breakfast with Santa held at Blackpool Hall on Saturday.

 

 

 

Below: Mikayla Szwaba, age three, tells Santa what she wants for Christmas during the Breakfast with Santa event.

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