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The Children’s Center Hosts Annual Breakfast with Santa Event

The Children's Center Breakfast with Santa

Food, wonderful entertainment and a visit from Jolly Old Saint Nick! Students, their families and staff gathered together to ring in the holidays at The Children’s Center’s annual Breakfast with Santa event on December 9th.

Guests were treated to a delicious catered breakfast and had an opportunity to take photos with Santa. The event also included amazing raffle prizes, music, arts and crafts and a stellar performance of “The Nutcracker” by The Lynch School of Ballet. Girl Scout Brownie Troop 2145 also made beautiful centerpieces for the event.

“Breakfast with Santa was a huge success,” said Principal Ingrid Trouvé. “Our children were able to celebrate the holidays with their loved ones in a comfortable and fully accessible setting. All the beautiful smiles that I saw during the event, warmed my heart.”

Breakfast with Santa was sponsored by The Bernard Family, The Louro Family, Professional Group Plans and the Schmitt Family.

“We are so grateful to our generous sponsors,” said Trouvé. “We could not have had such a great event without their support.”


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