Little girls who dream of having breakfast with their favorite Disney princess can have the opportunity while helping some high school students fulfill their dreams as well.
Lebanon High School students in Marketing Business Academy and Distributive Education Clubs of America will have the third annual Character Breakfast on Nov. 3 from 9-11 a.m. at the school for girls ages 2-9.
According to MBA advisor Jennifer Allen, girls attending are encouraged to dress as their favorite Disney character and have breakfast with Disney princesses. The princesses will also describe their character traits and why each is important.
“My girls loved the character breakfast,” said Jennifer Cothran, Lebanon High School assistant principal. “It was a wonderful experience, and we will be returning this year. The students were incredible with the little girls. My daughters thought they had met the real Cinderella.”
The event will feature a parade of princesses, pictures with the princesses and the younger girls learning character traits from the older girls. Allen said some of the characters and traits involved would be Belle, who is intelligent, loyal, kind and patient; Cinderella, who is patient, kind, resilient and obedient; Snow White, who is gentle, faithful, loving and kind; and Ariel, who is honest, loyal, friendly and adventurous.
She said girls should expect a fun-filled morning that also includes games, a cake walk and more.
Advance tickets are $5 and can be bought Saturday morning from 8-10 a.m. at Lebanon High School cafeteria. Checks to the attention of Allen or Sherry Buchanan can also be mailed to the high school with tickets available at will call. Admission at the door on the day of the event will be $10 each. Everyone attending will be required to pay for a ticket, but those under 1 year old will be admitted free.
The MBA-DECA students will use the Character Breakfast as their single sales-service activity for the DECA Written Event-Learn and Earn Project to be presented at the state conference in March.