You can sponsor a breakfast

There's an opportunity to pay for other people's tickets to the Ladysmith Family and Friends Breakfast With Santa.

Ladysmith Family and Friends (LaFF)’s annual Breakfast With Santa is taking place this Saturday (Dec. 6) at Aggie Hall, with the first seating from 8-10 a.m., and the second seating from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Tickets are $8 each and are available at the Frank Jameson Community Centre. Children under the age of two get in for free.

LaFF has had great support form the community already, but sometimes, a family wants to attend but can’t afford to, and there is an opportunity for individuals and businesses to sponsor a breakfast for other people for $6 per person.

If you can’t afford a ticket but would like to attend the breakfast, please contact Jacquie Neligan with LaFF at 250-210-0870.

LaFF’s Breakfast With Santa is sponsored by the Ladysmith Rotary Club, the Ladysmith and District Credit Union and community members.


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