Santa Stops for Breakfast

By Abraham Kline

Many say that Santa Clause only works one day a year. Of course, that can't be further from the truth. From the time the holiday season begins until Christmas day, Santa Clause can be seen all over the place making special appearances to see kids and adults alike. Sure, one month of work per year isn’t a bad gig, but with all the running around he does throughout that month, it's no wonder he needs the calories from those cookies, just to stay the jolly old elf he is.

Recently, Santa made a stop by Iselin/West Lebanon Volunteer Fire Hall for their event called “Breakfast With Santa.” Breakfast, which included eggs, sausage, toast, pancakes, and orange juice, started at 9 AM with Santa coming in on a fire truck a little after 10 AM.

Along with breakfast, there were also crafts, a coloring contest, the showing of the movie Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, and of course meeting and photos with Santa Clause!

The fire department served over 40 kids. The cost was $6 for adults, $3 for kids three to 12 and free for kids under two.


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