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12/24/2013 8:07:00 AM
Noontimer Lions host kids at Breakfast with Santa
The Chino Valley Noontimer Lions Club members play host to 60 children and their families, feeding them pancakes and more at Breakfast with Santa  on Dec. 14. Far left, Ron Bertram won the Hotshot memorial quilt raffle.Courtesy Photos
The Chino Valley Noontimer Lions Club members play host to 60 children and their families, feeding them pancakes and more at Breakfast with Santa on Dec. 14. Far left, Ron Bertram won the Hotshot memorial quilt raffle.



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The Chino Valley Senior Center buzzed with excitement as Chino Valley Noontimers Lions Club members, 60 children and their parents ate a hearty breakfast, laughed and told St. Nick their secrets at the 2nd annual "Breakfast with Santa" Saturday, Dec. 14.
Cheryl Hartz
News Editor

The Chino Valley Senior Center buzzed with excitement as Chino Valley Noontimers Lions Club members, 60 children and their parents ate a hearty breakfast, laughed and told St. Nick their secrets at the 2nd annual "Breakfast with Santa" Saturday, Dec. 14.

"We established the event for the children of the Chino/Paulden area that might not have the greatest of holidays otherwise," said Lion Steve Hughes, who was the club's president when it chartered seven years ago.

The Lions cooked up pancakes, scrambled eggs and sausage and provided beverages for the kids and parents. After breakfast, each child got personal time with Santa and received a Christmas present.

Ron Bertram had the winning raffle ticket for the Hotshots Memorial Quilt.

"Our club's aim is to bring a little joy to the families of our community," Hughes said.

Anyone interested in learning more about the Noontimers and current president, Bernie Przybylski, is welcome to join them for lunch at the Chino Valley American Legion from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. They will buy your lunch. For more information, call Hughes at 928-237-7595.


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