Brewer Hankey, five months old, makes his first-ever visit with Santa. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

Guess who came to breakfast in Chemainus?

The jolly old man in the red suit makes his presence felt before the presents arrive

The jolly old man in the red suit makes his presence felt before the presents arrive


Chemainus Community Band led by Verla Blogg plays Christmas music. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

Chloe Barnard expresses some Christmas wishes to Santa. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

Organizers of the Breakfast With Santa and members of the Chemainus Elementary School’s Parent Advisory Commitee, from left, are: Leanne Plester, Becky Young and Juile Pimentel. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

Chemainus Elementary School principal Brenda Stevenson with Frosty and family members at the Breakfast With Santa. (Photos by JoHannah Knight)

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