Pancake Breakfast Benefits Pine Tree Camp

BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - Dysart's Restaurant in Bangor had a very special holiday guest Saturday morning.

Straight from the North Pole, Santa Claus, spent the morning eating pancakes with kids and their families.

For just ten bucks, folks got to meet Santa and of course, tell him what they wanted for Christmas.

All proceeds raised from Saturday's breakfast will benefit the Pine Tree Camp in Rome.

"At Pine Tree Camp, we've never turned a camper away due to their inability to pay tuition and we've been open for over 70 years and we've kept that promise in place, but it's only possible thanks to businesses like Dysarts and our supporters," said Tyler Cary of Pine Tree Society.

"We have a very valuable long-term employee whose son has always gone to Pine Tree Camp, so it's a wonderful cause. We love that they are providing what every child should be able to experience," said Mary Dysart-Hartt of Dysart's on Broadway.

If you missed Saturday's breakfast, Santa will be returning to Dysart's again on December 9th from 9:00-11:00 a.m.