Breakfast with Santa

Annual Crimestoppers fundraiser Nov. 29

  • Nov. 26, 2014 6:00 a.m.

Record Staff



Santa arrived in Courtenay on Sunday and he is now making his guest appearances throughout the Comox Valley.

On Saturday, Nov. 29 at the Courtenay Legion Hall, kids of all ages will have an early opportunity to let the “Man in Red” know their Christmas wishes at the annual Crimestoppers Breakfast with Santa.

Just make sure the kids give their wishes to the correct Man in Red, as RCMP members will also don the colours, wearing their official Red Serge.

Admission and breakfast are both by donation, with all proceeds going towards the Comox Valley Crimestoppers program.

Quality Foods, the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 17 and Relay Rentals have all come together to support the cause. The only thing missing now are the kids of the Comox Valley.

Breakfast starts at 8 a.m.


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