A popular event organized by the Lebanon High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), the annual character breakfast will return for its sixth year on Saturday, Nov. 21 from 9 until 11 a.m.
Held in the school's cafeteria, the event offers local children the opportunity to share breakfast with their favorite princesses. The princesses share information about their character traits and why they are important. Cinderella, for example, is patient, kind, resilient and obedient; Snow White is gentle, faithful, loving and kind.
The morning's festivities also include games, a cake walk and more. Girls ages two through nine are encouraged to attend in their favorite princess outfits and to take part in a parade of princesses. Following the parade's end, attendees will have the opportunity to have their pictures made with the princesses.
Parents can pre-pay $5 at Lebanon High School in the cafeteria on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 9 until 11 a.m., where FBLA advisors and members will be collecting pre-pay orders. Checks may also be mailed to the school, and tickets will be held at will call. Checks should be mailed to the attention of Sherry Buchanan. Admission at the door on the day of the event will be $10. Everyone who attends is required to pay the fee; babies 12 months and younger will be admitted free of charge.
The character breakfast is open to the community. The LHS FBLA is using the event as community service for FBLA state competition, which will be held in April.