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Enjoy food, games at Bob Jones’ ‘Breakfast With Santa’

MADISON – An event to entertain all ages, “Breakfast With Santa” will return to Bob Jones High School on Dec. 2.

Decked out in their elfin costumes, Bob Jones Cheerleaders will host a tasty breakfast of pancakes and the trimmings from 7:30 to 11 a.m. in the cafeteria. Guests will enjoy a great meal with the jolly ole’ soul himself, Santa Claus.

Santa will sit in his easy chair to meet with the children and hear their wish lists. Portraits with Santa Claus are free with each ticket purchase and will offer memories of a wonderful holiday experience.

Craft activities and games also will be set up for the children.

Advance tickets are $5, or guests can pay $7 at the event. For more information, call 256-772-2547 or visit Facebook/Breakfast with Santa & BJHS cheerleaders.

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