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Pancakes with Santa and superheros helps fund cancer charities

Langford gathering also features Christmas activities, crafts, a 50/50 raffle and auction Dec. 14

Looking to connect with others over the holiday season while giving back to those in need?

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‘The Cure Starts Now’ is raising funds for cancer charities in the form of a pancake breakfast. The festive gathering will feature Christmas activities, crafts, a 50/50 raffle and auction, and photos with Santa and Superheroes.

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The event is Saturday, Dec. 14 from 9 a.m. to noon at Langford #91 Legion on Station Ave. Tickets cost $15/adult, $5/children over 2 years and $35 for a family of four.

Anyone interested can register online.



matteus.oconnor@blackpress.ca

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