On Kiwanis: Pancake Breakfast
I’ve never taken a poll, but I would guess that many people come to Kiwanis meal-time fund-raisers for the purpose of supporting Kiwanis and the community. That’s all for the good, but there’s another very strong reason- you get an excellent meal.
That was my experience the last time I went to a Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast. In addition to the usual pancakes and/or French toast, I got sausage links, and those sausages were clearly, definitely, the best I have ever tasted.
I expect to repeat the experience at the upcoming Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, May 1, at the Church of the Ascension. Sausages will again be served, along with pancakes, French toast, orange juice, coffee and milk. The delectability of the sausages has apparently become common knowledge, but they are for the gourmet, not the glutton, nor are they for the addictive personality. Therefore alas, only one serving of sausages per person will be provided. Pancakes and French toast, however, will be available without limits – all you can eat. Likewise for the beverages.
Here are the vital statistics:
Time: Sunday, May 1, from 8:00 a.m. to 1 p.m..
Place: Church of the Ascension, 13216 Detroit Avenue. (parking in back)
Price: $7.00 per person. (Children five and under free.)
So come and savor the pancakes, the French toast and above all the sausages. Perhaps you can learn where they can be obtained – after all, Kiwanians are compassionate and would hate to make you wait an entire year.
The excellence of Lakewood Kiwanis certainly doesn’t stop with excellent breakfasts, as shown by the Club’s achieving a Distinguished Club award from Kiwanis International for the year 2009-2010, as well as a Distinguished President award for former president John Mumma and Distinguished Secretary award for Secretary Andrew Killian. Approximately 25% of the clubs in Ohio qualified. The award ceremonies took place at the Ohio Mid-year Education Meeting in Columbus last month.