Members of the Williams Lake Lions and Lioness Club Dean Halfnights (from left), Sid Breckenridge, Ed Kazuki, Karen Fray, Ron Erho, Wayne Harrop and Bonnie O’Neil all volunteered their services to cook for this year’s Heavy Metal Rock. Tomorrow they’ll be making a Mother’s Day Breakfast for the whole community in the Save-On-Foods Parking lot. Patrick Davies Photo.

Members of the Williams Lake Lions and Lioness Club Dean Halfnights (from left), Sid Breckenridge, Ed Kazuki, Karen Fray, Ron Erho, Wayne Harrop and Bonnie O’Neil all volunteered their services to cook for this year’s Heavy Metal Rock. Tomorrow they’ll be making a Mother’s Day Breakfast for the whole community in the Save-On-Foods Parking lot. Patrick Davies Photo.

Lions and Lioness Club holding Mother’s Day Pancake Breakfast

Be sure to swing by the Save-on-Foods parking lot Sunday with your mom

Mother’s Day is coming and here is an idea from the Williams Lake Lions and Lioness Club about what to do with mom.

The annual William Lake Lions and Lioness Club’s Mother’s Day Pancake Breakfast and Market is this Sunday, May 12 in the Save-on-Foods parking lot. Breakfast will be served from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Being a special day, mothers receive a free breakfast. For others, the breakfast is $10, while children under 12 get in for $5.

After enjoying breakfast, then stroll on over to visit the adjacent Mother’s Day Market, running from 8:30 a.m. until about 2 p.m. There will be everything from garage sale items, to crafts, plants, jewellery and commercial items.

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The Williams Lake Lions/Lioness Club are non-profit, volunteer service clubs serving our community and are proud to host this annual event. The Lions in Williams Lake support many community causes including help for people with hearing and vision loss, programs and activities for youth and seniors, education, the arts, health and Christmas hampers for those less fortunate.

For example, our local glasses recycling program recently shipped 1,000 pairs for future use, and we will be on hand this month at the Heavy Metal Rocks, heavy equipment program severing lunch to the students.

Be sure to swing on by and start your Mother’s Day off with a special breakfast for the whole family May 12.



patrick.davies@wltribune.com

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