Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Breakfast 2014-03Rotary Breakfast with Santa will be held on Sunday, December 13th at Bedford High School.  This year will mark the 29th time the Rotary Club of Bedford has sponsored the event, which has become a favorite family tradition in town.

New this year personalized notes from Santa in the Breakfast with Santa program. The deadline for arranging a personal note is December 4, and you can use Sign-up Genius,, to create and pay for your message online, and then it’ll be right there in the program when you arrive for Breakfast with Santa.

Breakfast with Santa admission  is $8 per person, and includes the opportunity to visit with Santa, and also to enjoy holiday coloring, crafts, and balloon making, and a delicious breakfast of pancakes, eggs, sausage, bagels, cereal, juice, coffee and more. All tickets are sold at the door, with payments in cash, checks and credit cards.

Click here to read about Breakfast with Santa, 2014.

“100% of the proceeds from this event go to support Rotary’s local and international service projects,” said Diana Jarvis, President of the Bedford Rotary.  “This year we are highlighting our efforts to support the Bedford Community Table and Food Pantry, Bicycle Helmet Distribution and Safety Day, and the club’s Meals for Kids Meal Packaging Event.”

2015 Breakfast with Santa Sponsors include Santa’s Helpers: The Goddard School, Middlesex Savings Bank, Salem Five Bank, LEAP School, and Northern Bank; Rudy’s Reindeers: Covanta, Doubletree Hotel, Tom Pinney, Starbucks, and State Electric; and Additional Sponsors: Bryan Corporation, Linda Cargiuolo, Dunkin’ Donuts, King’s Burlington Bowling, and Wegmans.

Click here if you are interested in learning more about the Bedford Rotary or sponsoring Breakfast with Santa; email; or call Christine Pinney (781-271-0398) or Melinda Nicholson (978-344-5035).

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