Santa is “Sailing” to Long Beach on a Yacht For Parkers’ Annual “Breakfast with Santa”
2012-11-28 · By Editor
Santa Claus will be leaving his sleigh at home to arrive via yacht at Parkers’ Annual “Breakfast with Santa” benefiting Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach on Saturday, December 1, 2012 at Parkers’ Lighthouse.
Hundreds of children will be on hand to watch Millie, the Mascot from Miller, escort Santa as he docks in front of the restaurant at Shoreline Village. Michael Cole, Parkers’ General Manager, is encouraging everyone to bring a new, unwrapped gift (newborn to 18 years old) that will be delivered to the children at Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach.
Families will enjoy a hearty holiday breakfast prepared by Chef Mar from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Children of all ages are invited to bring cameras and take pictures of Santa and “Millie” making their way across the scenic Long Beach Harbor.
Cole and his staff have supported “Breakfast with Santa” for many years. “This is our way of spreading holiday cheer to the Long Beach community and giving back to the kids who are too sick to leave the hospital for the holidays,” states Cole.
Parkers’ Annual “Breakfast with Santa” is Saturday, December 1, 2012, 9 a.m at Parkers’ Lighthouse, 435 Shoreline Village, Long Beach, CA 90802.
Cost for the Breakfast: $8.95 adults ● $6.95 children under 12. Reservations are highly recommended, but walk-ins are always welcome.
Please call 562-432-6500 or visit www.parkerslighthouse.com.
Parkers’ donates 100 percent of the proceeds from this annual event, which will benefit pediatric patients with cancer and serious blood disorders at Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach.
About Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Center:
The Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Center (JJCCC) at Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach provides quality, compassionate care to children with cancer, sickle cell disease and other serious blood disorders. The Center is known for its comprehensive psychosocial programs and multi-disciplinary approach to patient care. An emphasis on integrating new research efforts into treatment plans allows patients access to leading therapies.