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Yes, Greer, tickets remain for Breakfast with Santa

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Monday, November 3, 2014

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Jerome and Della Snoddy bought Breakfast with Santa tickets for their daughter and their grandchild.
 

Jim Fair

Jerome and Della Snoddy bought Breakfast with Santa tickets for their daughter and their grandchild.

 



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City officials said the people in line were counting down to 4 p.m. when Breakfast with Santa tickets became available.
 
 

Jim Fair

City officials said the people in line were counting down to 4 p.m. when Breakfast with Santa tickets became available.

 

 

A limited number of tickets remain for Breakfast with Santa on Saturday Dec. 6. at the Cannon Centre.

The 9:30 a.m. seating is sold out but 66 tickets remain for 8 a.m. and 53 for 11 a.m. Tickets, sold at the business office lobby, are $6 for ages 10-older and $4 for ages 1-9. Children up to age one are free.

City officials said the first customer arrived at 9:30 a.m. but left and returned at 2:30 p.m. to be the first person in line. “The line was crazy by 3:30 p.m. and the folks at the front of the line did a countdown to 4 p.m.,” when tickets were put on sale.

Kathleen Nielsen said she and her children, Alex, 7, and Erik, 5, have attended all but one year. “I wasn’t going to do it this year but my oldest said he wanted to come,” Nielsen.

Jerome Snoddy and his wife, Della, bought five tickets, for each other, their daughter and grandchildren.

Breakfast with Santa includes a hot breakfast, crafts and children sharing wish lists with Santa. Parents are invited to bring their own cameras. A professional photographer will also be available.

 

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