New Times and Opportunities for December 3 Holiday Breakfast and Walk

Dee Kelly pouring coffee at a July 4 breakfast. She’s volunteered at every one since 2010 and often works two shifts.

Dee Kelly pouring coffee at a July 4 breakfast. She’s volunteered at every one since 2010 and often works two shifts.

By Kai Rambow

 

“I love going to tables greeting people and letting them know we’re glad they are there.  I also love working with the other volunteers,” enthuses Dee Kelly. With her ever-present smile, people look forward to seeing Dee at the July 4 and Holiday breakfasts.

Once again, residents can get the same great deal: pancakes, sausage, eggs, toast, coffee and juice – all for $5. Only the hours have slightly changed:  7:30 -11:30 a.m.  The breakfast will be set up in the Florida room at the Central Campus Atrium (North Pebble Beach).

There is also a slight change for volunteer shifts.  There will now be three of them: 7-9:30; 9-11:30; and 11-2.  Having volunteered myself, I can attest this is a fun activity with a great chance to make new friends and see old friends who show up for breakfast.

If you’d like to be a part of this year’s event, contact Joanne or Sam Sudman at “jsudman@tampabay.rr.com”.  About 140 volunteers are needed for handling tickets, working in the kitchen, serving food and cleaning up.  The Sudmans work wonderfully with volunteers and have done a fantastic job coordinating the breakfasts since 2012.

Joanne and Sam Sudman

Joanne and Sam Sudman

After breakfast, many residents take advantage of the Holiday Walk (clubs open from 9 a.m. -noon). The breakfast will be held very close to the home for many clubs. Right after breakfast, people can walk to many of the clubs, see their work and purchase items for gifts. As many of you are aware, there is a tremendous amount of talent here in Sun City Center.

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