Breakfast for Champions heldThe “Breakfast for Champions,” an annual event meant to honor local police, firefighters, and medical personnel was held Tuesday.
By: Matt Suoja, Lake County News Chronicle
The “Breakfast for Champions,” an annual event meant to honor local police, firefighters, and medical personnel was held Tuesday.
About 120 people came to the event. There were guest speakers, including County Commissioner Paul Bergman, Two Harbors Mayor Randy Bolen, and NorthShore Inline Marathon executive director Tara Alfonsi.
Here’s what some of them had to say.
Bergman: “I want to thank them for making this a safe place to live. … We can’t thank you enough.”
Alfonsi: “Without the support of people like you, my event wouldn’t take place. Thank you for keeping all these athletes safe.”
The event was sponsored by the Two Harbors Chamber of Commerce, Two Harbors Federal Credit Union, Super One, Minnesota Power, North Shore Rotary, Lake Bank, Superior Shores, Palisade Custom Homes, Lake View Memorial Hospital, FirstSolutions, Grandma’s Marathon, and Frontier Communications.