Kingston's Christmas Eve breakfast

Nancy Kelly
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Kingston Lions Club’s Christmas Eve breakfast is a tradition that brings hundreds of people together to celebrate the spirit of sharing in the holiday season.

 Started by the club nearly 20 years ago as a way to give back to the community, the event draws anywhere from 500 to 800 people annually.

“For a lot of people, Christmas starts with this community breakfast,” said King Lion Alice Neiley.

Scouts and other community volunteers help the Lions’ with the non-stop preparing and serving of the big breakfast.

The club also makes an annual donation to the local food bank at the breakfast. This year a cheque for over $4,000 was presented to the Upper Room Food Bank.

Organizations: Kingston Lions Club, Upper Room Food Bank

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  • Larry Hatt
    December 24, 2012 - 19:46

    Thank you Kingston Lions. A great breakfast with Santa, and music. We enjoy this every year.