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Kids give Santa a long list at breakfast

Published on Saturday, December 2, 2017

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Kay Young piano students provided entertainment throughout the three seatings.
 

Jim Fair

Kay Young piano students provided entertainment throughout the three seatings.

 



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Seeing eye to eye with Santa.
 

Jim Fair

Seeing eye to eye with Santa.

 



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A full course breakfast was catered by Laurenda's.
 

Jim Fair

A full course breakfast was catered by Laurenda's.

 



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The parents paparazzi were out in full force at the Cannon Centre.
 

Jim Fair

The parents paparazzi were out in full force at the Cannon Centre.

 



The children were in their Christmas finery Saturday during Breakfast with Santa at the Cannon Centre.

Call the “hardest ticket to get” in Greer, it was a guaranteed sellout 45 minutes before tickets went on sale last month.

The line outside City Hall began forming at 4:45 a.m. and the last person to purchase a ticket arrived at 7:15 a.m., according to Parks and Recreation officials.

On the home page are Ella and Reynolds Earl with the fashion of the day with matching red and white Christmas outfits with their initials monogrammed at Mamie's Monograms. Casey Earl said she had to order in October for her children in time for the holidays.

The Greer Christmas Parade ends the weekend festivities Sunday. The parade begins at 2:30 p.m. beginning at the Clock Restaurant on Poinsett Street.

The Yellow Jackets Sports Network team will broadcast the parade here.

 

 

 

 

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