Chefs Dave Balabuk and Gordon Kolcun cooked up some delicious scrambled eggs and sausages at the McLeese Lake Hall.

McLeese Lake Mother’s Day breakfast a big hit

It was a great day in McLeese Lake Sunday as Mother’s Day Breakfast was served to more than 50 local residents at the McLeese Lake Hall.

It was a great day in McLeese Lake Sunday as Mother’s Day Breakfast was served to more than 50 local residents at the McLeese Lake Hall.

As each mother entered the hall, they were presented with a flower and then were served a very delicious breakfast of scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausages, chopped fruit, juice, coffee and tea.  The chefs were Terry Baker, Jackie King, Gordon Kolcun, Fred McCallum, Dave Balabuk, Colin Carter and Howie Chamberlin and they all did an incredible job. Helpers to thank also included Daniel and Kate Jalbert.

The guests really enjoyed themselves while they visited with family and friends who came out to support the hall and be a part of this community function.  The weather co-operated and allowed some guests to enjoy their meal out on the lawn.

The president of the hall, Howie, said it was a great success and he looks forward to serving breakfast again on Father’s Day to members of the community.  Ladies, if you would like to volunteer to help cook and serve, please contact Howie at home.  See you on Father’s Day!

Vicky Ortiz (left), Lee Crowley and Donna Walker enjoy the Mother’s Day breakfast at McLeese Lake Hall Sunday.

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