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Grab-n-go Breakfast with Bunny

Mar 20, 2024 10:31AM ● By MPG Staff
Mr. Bunny high fives a little guy at last year's Kiwanis Breakfast with the Bunny. The bunny be on hand for photos at this year's simpler event. DIV File Photo

DIXON, CA (MPG) - The annual Kiwanis Breakfast with the Bunny will be on the simple side this year but may pair perfectly with a busy spring day for children.

“We felt this aligns well with other family and community events and activities happening later that same day,” said club president Kristin Janisch. “We hope to be the first stop for families getting out to enjoy the holiday fun being offered by multiple businesses and organizations in Dixon.”

Foregoing the usual pancakes at the Moose Lodge, the club is exchanging plans for a ‘Continental Breakfast’ at the Chamber/REMAX office, 220 North Jefferson. It will be held on March 30 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

“With the long-range forecast showing strong for a lovely spring day, we are planning to hold an outside event free for the community. We will be setting up on the plaza here at the Depot Building and there will be grab-n-go breakfast items being provided,” said Janisch.

The Bunny, of course, and other photo-spot tableaus will be set up plus there will be games, activities, book giveaways, and treats for the children. No reservations are necessary.

Kiwanis International was founded in 1915 in the United States and has grown to an international organization of volunteers. Members improve their communities, make lifelong friendships, and most importantly, help children thrive, prosper, and reach their full potential.

It has over 700,000 members and more than 16,000 clubs in more than 79 nations and geographic areas who devote more than 18.5 million hours to service. The local Kiwanis meets on the fourth Monday of each month for a no-host dinner to hear speakers and/or plan service projects and is looking to grow the club with like-minded volunteers.

They welcome new members. For more information, call the club president at (408) 489-6526.