Sicamous Breakfast with Santa

Sicamous Eagles host annual family breakfast event.

  • Nov. 30, 2016 5:00 p.m.

Azalea McMillan admires decorations on the Christmas tree during the Breakfast with Santa event at the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre on Sunday



Above – Azalea McMillan admires decorations on the Christmas tree during the Breakfast with Santa event, hosted by the Sicamous Eagles, at the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre on Sunday, Nov. 27. Other photos include: Brynlee McDonald admires her completed face paint. Sicamous Eagles photographer Sharon Thibodeau takes a break from behind the camera to have her picture taken with Santa. Lucille Patrick receives some treats from Santa. Kienna Hyde is patient and still while having her face painted.

Photos by Victoria Rowbottom

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