Mark Carter and his mom

McLeese Lake salutes mothers with breakfast

It was a great pleasure to serve more than 60 mothers, fathers and children at the recent McLeese Lake annual Mother’s Day Breakfast.

It was a great pleasure to serve more than 60 mothers, fathers and children at the recent McLeese Lake annual Mother’s Day Breakfast.

They were all treated to a wonderful breakfast of sausages, scrambled eggs, pancakes, fruit, juice, coffee and tea.

The delicious breakfast was cooked by Terry Baker, Dave Balabuk, Stephanie Carter and Gordon and Rhonda Kolcun.

Lots of help was also given by Howie Chamberlin, Mark and Colin Carter, Dan Mousseau and Fred McCallum.

A huge thank you goes out to everyone who helped with cleanup at the end of the event.

The mothers were treated to a beautiful perennial plant donated by Hill Farm Nursery of McLeese Lake and Bev Chance made beautiful homemade cards for the moms as well.

It was very successful as many of the guests shouted out their compliments to the cooks as they were leaving.

There is talk about having a Father’s Day Brunch and Scavenger Hunt so please watch for posters at the local venues for confirmation.

Thank you to everyone who supported the Mother’s Day Breakfast.

You help to make the McLeese Lake Hall events the success they are.

 

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