Breakfast With Santa invests in community of Barriere

Breakfast With Santa invests in community of Barriere

Adrienne Pullen and the Barriere Success By 6 Early Years Community Table, and Yellowhead Community Services are sending out their sincerest thanks to all of the very generous individuals, businesses and organizations that supported the Breakfast with Santa at the Lions Hall on Dec. 9.

“Your contributions, volunteer time and efforts made it possible for all the Barriere and area families to come out and enjoy a wonderful time together,” stated Pullen, “Because of our community’s generous support, we were able to raise a substantial amount of donations for the Barriere Food Bank to support their Christmas Hampers. A total of $600 as well as toys and 50 pounds of food items were collected. The event was a huge success and would not have been possible without your generous support.”

Pullen notes, “Our most heartfelt thanks go out to; Barriere Lions Club, Yellowhead Community Services, Thompson Nicola Cariboo United Way, Aboriginal Engagement Success By 6, Ministry for Children and Family Development, Interior Savings and Credit Union, Little Mocassins Head Start Program, Barriere and Area Literacy, North Thompson Volunteer and Information Centre, North Thompson Star Journal, Barriere Food Bank, and the many, many individuals who donated their time and energy to make these festivities possible.”

She added, “Success starts with each of us and investment in a child’s early years pays dividends for the future of our communities and province.”

Congratulations Barriere for being a community that cares.

 

Breakfast With Santa invests in community of Barriere