Begbie View Elementary gives thanks for breakfast program help

Begbie View Elementary thanks those who have helped support twice-weekly breakfast program at the school.

Editor

Begbie View Elementary has been running a breakfast program each week on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. It has been a huge success with around 25 students eating breakfast each time the program is offered. Breakfast is open to anyone at the school and the environment is quite social as students sit with friends and enjoy a healthy meal.

Breakfast includes cold cereals with milk, yogurt, fruit, toast, bagels, bread, english muffins, various spreads, cheese and hard boiled eggs.

The program is run completely by volunteers and on contributions from Revelstoke businesses, groups, families and people. Amazing!

If you are interested in contributing time, food or funds, please contact the school 250-837-3085 or bvebreakfast@gmail.com.

The breakfast program would like to thank the following businesses, groups and people for their contribution to the breakfast program to date:

– Astra Family

– Balu Yoga

– Big Horn Mountain Lodge

– BVE PAC

– Downie Timber

– Modern Bakeshop & Cafe

– Morrow Family

– Nixon Family

– Pharmasave

– Red Apple

– Revelstoke Credit Union – Community Giving

– School District #19

– Selkirk Mountain Helicopter

– Sheryl at Home Hardware

– South Side Grocery

– St. Peter’s Anglican Church Good Will Shop

The program would also like to thank all the people that have donated food to the program. Of course a huge thank you goes out to the volunteers who come out to run this program every week.

Thank you!

Kendra von Bremen

Begbie View Elementary

 

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