Last year's Rotary breakfast raised more than $3

Rotarians host community breakfast

Rotary Clubs of White Rock and South Surrey will host their second fundraising breakfast for the food bank Saturday at First United Church.

The five Rotary Clubs of White Rock and South Surrey will host their second annual fundraising breakfast for the food bank Saturday (June 20) at First United Church.

Everyone is welcome to come out to the 15385 Semiahmoo Ave. church between 8:30 and 11 a.m. to enjoy a meal while helping feed the hungry.

The menu is to include eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, coffee, tea and juice, for $15 per person. Children 10 years old and younger are free with each paid ticket; or two children can eat for $15.

There is to be a prize for the closest guess of the cost of a basket of food and goods for a family of four.

Last year’s breakfast raised more than $3,000 for Sources’ White Rock/South Surrey Food Bank.

Donations of cash and non-perishable food will be accepted.

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