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LHS to offer annual Character Breakfast

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For the seventh year, members of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter at Lebanon High School are set to host their popular annual character breakfast on Saturday, Nov. 12.

Girls ages two through nine are invited to attend the breakfast dressed in their favorite princess dresses to participate in a princess parade. Following the parade, the girls can have their pictures taken and enjoy breakfast with various Disney princesses while learning about the importance of their respective character traits - Belle, loyal; Cinderella, kind; Snow White, loving; Ariel, adventurous. The morning will also include a cake walk, games and more.

Parents can pre-pay $5 at Lebanon High School in the cafeteria on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 9 until 11 a.m. or mail a check to the high school to the attention of Sherry Buchanan. Tickets paid for by mail will be held at will call. Admission at the door on the day of the event will be $10 if tickets are not pre-paid. Everyone attending must pay to enter, with the exception of babies 12 months old or younger.

"My granddaughter and I could not come last year, but she told her mother that she wanted to attend the princess party again. She is four years old ... and even though she did not come last year, the fact that she said she wants to come again ... shows what kind of impression this event has on these young minds," Wilson County Schools employee Katherine Sheppard said. "I would say your effort on these valuable minds is more important and influential than you realize."

The character breakfast will be held on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 9 until 11 a.m. in the cafeteria at Lebanon High School. The event is open to the community. FBLA members of LHS will use the event as community service for the FBLA State Competition scheduled for April 2017. To learn more, contact Buchanan at or Megan Davis at

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