Annual Pacific Pointe brunch is a sure hit every time
In addition to food, the event includes a bazaar and carolers
The annual Pacific Pointe Christmas Brunch and Bazaar, held Sunday, Dec. 11, was a lovely community event featuring entertainment and great food.
The Opera Carolers sang beautiful Christmas songs during the brunch, and group has become a Pacific Pointe tradition as the members have been singing at the brunch for more than 15 years.
Many community members came to the event, such as King City Lions Club members Rupert Fixott and Dan and Betty Barnes.
A lot of Pacific Pointe residents invited family members and other guests to the brunch, including Al and Lorraine Roth, who brought 15 guests.
"It is a nice way for me to entertain during Christmas time," Lorraine said.
Resident Jo Larwood said, "I thought it was especially nice. The food was most delicious. The Opera Carolers were good, good. The bazaar had many items to choose from. I had a great time."
Many door prizes, some donated by bazaar vendors, were handed out at the event, which certainly added to the excitement.
Even better, winners got to claim their prizes from the bazaar table.
The entire Pacific Pointe team worked hard to put together a wonderful event, according to Noelle Bledy, who is Pacific Pointe's marketing/community relations director plus the King City Lions Club program co-chair.
"I'm continually amazed at our caring and talented staff, which went all out to contribute," Bledy added.