Basics for Babies pancake breakfast at Native Sons Hall Sunday morning

  • Dec. 1, 2014 8:00 p.m.

The Four Comox Valley Rotary clubs invite you to attend the fourth annual Basics For Babies pancake breakfast on Sunday,  Dec. 7 at the Native Sons Hall between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Pancakes will be made by Rotarians for donations of cash or items for infants such as: glass or BPA-free baby bottles, jars of baby food, baby cereal, formula and Pablum. While enjoying your pancakes you will be entertained by the Strathcona Symphony Orchestra, Helen Austin and the Sue Medley/John Mang Duo. All donations will be given to the Comox Valley Food Bank to help needy families with very young children. Plan to attend and help a vulnerable segment of our community that is not always remembered.

 

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