Stockton’s Restaurant & Spirits Helps Fill the Christmas Stockings of Children in Need

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Stockton’s Restaurant & Spirits owner Randy Stockton recently hosted a Breakfast with Santa benefit at his restaurant to support Maple Valley Food Bank and Emergency Services.

The goal of ‘Fill the Stockings at Stockton’s’ was to collect toy donations for children that would otherwise not have a Christmas. All donations from the event went to Maple Valley Food Bank and Emergency Services.

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The Breakfast with Santa, aka “Fill the Stockings at Stockton’s,” was held on Saturday, December 5, at Stockton’s Restaurant. It was the first year the restaurant hosted such an event, where customers came in for breakfast and the kids were able to sit on Santa’s lap and get their picture taken.

“The goal of ‘Fill the Stockings at Stockton’s’ was to collect toy donations for children that would otherwise not have a Christmas,” said Randy. “All donations from the event went to Maple Valley Food Bank and Emergency Services.”

Maple Valley Food Bank and Emergency Services provides food and emergency services to residents in its service area and educates, empowers and engages the community in solving issues of hunger and nutrition. Its vision is to build a healthy community free of hunger.

To donate to Maple Valley Food Bank and Emergency Services, please visit https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/127406.

About Stockton’s Restaurant & Spirits
Stockton’s Restaurant & Spirits specializes in American cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant is located at 23220 Maple Valley Black Diamond Rd. SE, Maple Valley, WA 98038. For more information, please call (425) 432-6880, or follow them on Facebook.

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