Community gathers for Breakfast with Santa

GAZETTE PHOTOS / Michelle Tibbetts

The third annual Breakfast with Santa event, hosted by Living Water Community Church, was held on Saturday, Dec. 15, at the South Lincoln Training and Events Center. After sharing pancakes together, the children sat with Mr. and Mrs. Claus for photos and a chance to tell Santa what they wished for. He asked all the children, “Have you been nice?” The Rudy family was quick to explain how very good they have been this year. Teagan, Marcel, Alex and Levi Rudy did a great job convincing Santa he needs to make a stop at their house on Christmas Eve.

It was a great turnout this year at the third annual Breakfast with Santa event hosted by the Living Water Community Church. Santa and Mrs. Claus visited with every child. Children and families enjoyed  a pancake breakfast and several craft and game stations. Pictures with Santa were placed in an ornamental frame while children played games, colored and sang songs.

It was a great turnout this year at the third annual Breakfast with Santa event hosted by the Living Water Community Church. Santa and Mrs. Claus visited with every child. Children and families enjoyed  a pancake breakfast and several craft and game stations. Pictures with Santa were placed in an ornamental frame while children played games, colored and sang songs.

Three-year-old Alex Hooks was dressed for the occasion and enjoyed a cake pop and cupcakes donated by Kemmerer’s Sprinkle and Pops at the Breakfast with Santa event.   

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