On December 8th Salt Creek Grille Valencia along with Combat Radio will host their 2nd Annual Breakfast with Santa! — a celebrity-filled breakfast supporting homeless children.
The event will benefit the Family Promise Organization and Toys For Tots. The Christmas Breakfast is co-hosted by many of the Combat Radio’s celebrity guests along with appearances from Disney characters and the Star Wars and Transformers franchises.
Guests are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped toy or family-sized household item to donate in exchange for a raffle ticket.
The event will feature a full-scale, all-you-can-eat brunch for the children and their families. Grammy-nominated artist Marcella Detroit (Eric Clapton, Shakespear’s Sister, Bob Seger) will perform songs from her christmas album. The raffle and silent auction will feature autographed items from many of Combat Radios supporters including Robby Krieger (The Doors) Harrison Ford, Billy Dee Williams, Deion Sanders, Magic Johnson, The Eurythmics, Blondie and more.
Santa Claus will make an appearance with a little help from the Los Angeles County Fire Department and every child attending the breakfast recieves a first-class present.
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