Hundreds of Semiahmoo Peninsula residents participated in the Pancakes and Santa fundraiser Saturday. (Aaron Hinks photos)

PHOTOS: Pancakes and Santa at the White Rock firehall

Firefighters’ annual breakfast runs until 12 p.m. today

White Rock Firefighters’ annual Breakfast with Santa kicked off this morning and will operate out of the Pacific Avenue firehall until 12 p.m.

The festive affair – an initiative of the Local 2407 crew – is an opportunity for families and individuals to enjoy a hearty pancake breakfast prepared by the firefighters themselves, and get photos with Santa, all for a good cause.

Proceeds are to benefit the B.C. Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. Donations of new, unopened toys will also be collected.

The firehall is located at 15315 Pacific Ave.

 

From left, Angus Sharples, 5, and Weston Miller, 5, prepare to eat pancakes at the annual event. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Santa was available for photos at the event. (Aaron Hinks photos)

Hundreds of Semiahmoo Peninsula residents participated in the Pancakes and Santa fundraiser Saturday. (Aaron Hinks photos)

Families got to tour the firefighting equipment at the annual event. (Aaron Hinks photos)

Hundreds of Semiahmoo Peninsula residents participated in the Pancakes and Santa fundraiser Saturday. (Aaron Hinks photos)

Hundreds of Semiahmoo Peninsula residents participated in the Pancakes and Santa fundraiser Saturday. (Aaron Hinks photos)

Hundreds of Semiahmoo Peninsula residents participated in the Pancakes and Santa fundraiser Saturday. (Aaron Hinks photos)

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