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Lioness host Santa for Breakfast

  • ADELE R. ARGOT/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS Twin sisters, left, Kayla Kormann, and right, Erika Kormann, of Forest Inn (Lehighton) came to visit Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus at the Western Pocono Lioness hosted breakfast. They are 3 1/2 years old and are…
    ADELE R. ARGOT/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS Twin sisters, left, Kayla Kormann, and right, Erika Kormann, of Forest Inn (Lehighton) came to visit Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus at the Western Pocono Lioness hosted breakfast. They are 3 1/2 years old and are the children of Frank and Tammy Kormann.
Published December 08. 2011 05:01PM

Santa and Mrs. Claus were guests of honor at the annual Western Pocono Lioness Club Breakfast with Santa held at Salem UCC in Gilbert.

In addition to the children greeting and meeting with Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus and having their picture taken with the duo in red, they had a breakfast of pancakes and sausage, juice and milk, and could also have their face painted by Elf Kim Hoffman, write letters to Santa, and receive gifts from the Lioness.

The Western Pocono Lions Club provided cooks, and both Lions and Lioness accomplished other kitchen chores, while a pride of Lioness served the guests and guided them to various activities.

Lioness Club president Virginia Lamendola says that Mr. & Mrs. Claus were a big hit with the children (aka John Dabour and Lioness Joyce Castillo) and that all had a good time.

Even adults came by themselves just to have breakfast and talk to Santa.

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