Lexington the Lion helps Leo Club member Cadence Panich (left), 15, and Shaelyn Shmyr, 13, attract drivers to the club’s Breakfast in a Box fundraiser for KidSport Friday morning at the old Canadian Tire parking lot. (Jennifer Smith/Morning Star)

Breakfast supports KidSport

Fundraiser underway until 10 a.m. at the old Canadian Tire parking lot

Support for KidSport is selling like hotcakes.

The Leo’s Club’s Breakfast in a Box fundraiser at the old Canadian Tire parking lot is underway until 10 a.m.

For a $5 donation you get a coffee, juice, pancakes, sausages and all the fixings.

All of the proceeds go to KidSport, a local charity which helps kids get in the game.

See Vernon breakfast gets kids in the game


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