Annual Quail Hunter’s Breakfast coming soon

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The San Manuel – Oracle Lions are hosting the three day annual Quail Hunter’s Breakfast feast on October 5-7 from 4:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m . The location is by Oracle Ford – Mercury, off Highway 77. This breakfast is dedicated to the memory of Lions, who passed on to The Heavenly Club.

Tickets for this event are on sale now, at the cost of $5 for a breakfast of ham, eggs and all the pancakes you can eat or $4 for a bowl of menudo. Purchased tickets will be entered into a drawing, held Sun., Oct. 7,for a $200 cash prize and many other prizes, besides.

Contact Lion Mollie Hatmaker by calling 520-385-9305, Donnie Wright at 520-385-4685, or Junie Soto at 520-487-0360 to purchase tickets or for more information.

Prizes for the drawing include, a $200 gift certificate, dinner for two from Romo’s; tool set from Carquest; $50 worth of miscellaneous items from Dub’s Plumbing & Supply; a $20 gift certificate from Dr. John Huntington; a donation to Joe Aguilar via the American Legion; a $50 donation to the San Manuel Miner; a $50 gift certificate from Wal-Mart; a haircut from Annie’s of Oracle; a 16” x 20” picture frame donated by Mallie Hatmaker.

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