Taylor Elementary students took a little walk to the community hall this morning, and found something delicious waiting for them.
The District of Taylor’s annual Healthy Walk to Breakfast took place on Oct. 6, providing 240 breakfasts for all the students plus their teachers and other volunteers.
“Our mayor and council see the value in a healthy start to the day for school age children, so every year we do the Healthy Walk to Breakfast, “ said Laura Prosko, Community Services Director for the District of Taylor.
Breakfast consisted of Mickey Mouse shaped pancakes and bacon cooked up by Lone Wolf Golf Course, as well as watermelon and juice.
“It’s just to promote healthy activity in the community and get the kids out… it helps them to get out and see the community,” said Taylor councillor and acting mayor Dave Lueneberg.
Taylor Elementary Grades 1 and 2 teacher Lori Wigglesworth said the program is great for the students.
“They really start to recognize that the Taylor community really takes care of its children. They’re very thankful for what they get.”