Danville: Children of all ages will want to set aside Saturday, December 6, 2008, for a chance to sit down for Breakfast With Santa! The Danville Job’s Daughters will be hosting the 15th annual event at the Danville Grange, 743 Diablo Road, from 8 am –11 am. Each breakfast comes with a choice of pancakes or strawberry crepes, and includes eggs, sausage, and a photo with Santa. Don’t forget to shop at Santa’s boutique for those one-of-a-kind Christmas treasures! Tickets for this event are $7 per person and space is limited. For tickets or more information, call or email Leah Muehlman at 925-336-1434 or email@example.com.
About Job’s Daughters International
Job's Daughters International shares skills such as leadership, organization, teamwork and self-reliance to young women from ten to 20 years of age. Our members participate in fun activities, including arts and crafts, photography, sewing, and creative writing. We enjoy sports such as softball, volleyball, basketball, and bowling, and we like to sing and dance, too! Our local group has participated in tournaments and competitions, and our members have received awards and recognition for outstanding achievement.
The Danville Bethel of Job’s Daughters works in the community, donating time and raising money for charities. In 2008 we’re collecting funds and donations of sporting goods equipment to benefit the California Diabetes Camps. These camps help children with diabetes learn to control their condition and maintain a healthy lifestyle through sports. Job’s Daughters also supports HIKE (Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment), the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Toys for Tots, Camp Wonder, Special Olympics, California Job’s Daughters Education Scholarships, Shepard’s Gate Shelter, and Shrine Hospital.
Job's Daughters teaches members about friendship and respect for other people and cultures. With over 20,000 members in Canada, Australia, the Philippines, Brazil, and the United States, our members have the opportunity to travel and meet girls throughout California, across the United States, and around the world! For more information on joining us, contact Leah Muhleman, Bethel Guardian at (925) 829-8505 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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