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Annual Celebrity Breakfast is Tuesday in West Hartford

The annual Celebrity Breakfast at Effie’s Place Family Restaurant helps raise money for the annual Park Road Parade.


Submitted by Reneé McCue, Town of West Hartford

Bring your appetite and $15 to Effie’s Place Family Restaurant, 91 Park Rd., West Hartford, on Tuesday, June 9, 2015, from 7 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., and you will receive your choice of breakfast served by local celebrities.

This year the event will be paying special tribute to our beloved friend, Richard Patrissi. In addition, Brad Davis of WDRC-AM 1360 will be broadcasting his morning radio show live while guests are served breakfast by local celebrities.

This year’s servers will include Town Council Minority Leader Denise Hall, former Lt. Gov. and current Commissioner of the Department of Revenue Services Kevin Sullivan, Town Clerk Essie Labrot, Deputy Mayor Shari Cantor, West Hartford Symphony Orchestra Director Richard Chiarappa, Board of Education Chairman Mark Overmyer-Velazquez, Human and Leisure Servicers Director Helen Rubino-Turco, Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Barbara Lerner, Noah Webster House Executive Director Jenn Matos, and We-Ha.com Managing Editor Ronni Newton.

What’s on the menu? Patrissi Pancakes, Whiting Lane Waffles and Effie’s Eggs, all served with coffee, juice and sausage.

The money raised will help the Park Road Business Association pay various expenses for the 16th annual Park Road Parade to be held on Saturday, October 3, 2015.

Please stop by and support this wonderful community event.  For more information, call John Paindiris at (860) 836-9366.

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