Weston Gingerbread Brunch rings in the holidays

Kids posed for pictures with Santa, made gingerbread houses, and shared a meal at the Weston Women’s League’s Gingerbread Brunch earlier this month, which raised money for Kids in Crisis.

Kids posed for pictures with Santa, made gingerbread houses, and shared a meal at the Weston Women’s League’s Gingerbread Brunch earlier this month, which raised money for Kids in Crisis.

More than 150 attendees enjoyed the Weston Women’s League’s annual Children’s Gingerbread Brunch that took place on Dec. 6 at the Cobb’s Mill Inn. The event kicked off the holiday season and raised money for Kids in Crisis.

Children had fun decorating their own gingerbread houses and taking turns sitting on Santa’s lap telling him their biggest Christmas wishes while other family members enjoyed a continental breakfast and getting to catch up with neighbors.

Margaret Krauss, president of the Weston Women’s League (WWL), explained that the organization feels proud to keep up this time-honored Weston tradition of more than 30 years. “This brunch is part community spirit and part charity fund-raiser, but in the end it’s all done to put smiles on children’s faces,” she said.

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