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Northshore Rotary gives back to its community with Santa Breakfast on Dec. 10

Norma Stoutenburg plays the role of Mrs. Claus by getting children to smile for their pictures with Santa at last year
Norma Stoutenburg plays the role of Mrs. Claus by getting children to smile for their pictures with Santa at last year's Northshore Rotary Santa Breakfast.
— image credit: Reporter file photo

The Northshore Rotary Club will be hosting its 22nd annual Santa Breakfast starting at 8 a.m. Dec. 10 at Northshore Junior High, 12101 N.E. 160th St., Bothell.

This Saturday, they are welcoming those from the community to enjoy a warm breakfast, holiday cheer and pictures with Santa. Tickets are available at Banner Bank in Bothell or at the door for $5 per person.

"This event continues to be a very passionate Rotary event pulling together huge contributors to our communities. We are delighted to have the Woodinville Rotary and their warm coats, Food Services of America, the Inglemoor High School Key Club, the Bothell High School Future Business Leaders of America, the Bothell football team and many other volunteers within the Northshore School District," reads a Rotary press release.

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