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July 16, 2018
 

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More pancakes than you can count

Served to 600 hungry patrons

Photos and story by Monty Siekerman
The Ada Kiwanis Club served about 600 meals on Saturday during the 66th annual Pancake/Sausage Day at the Ada Schools cafeteria during the breakfast and lunch hours.

This is a major fundraiser for the service club, which is known for helping youth.

Serving began at 7 a.m. and, yes, there were diners waiting at the door at that early hour on a Saturday morning.

Lots of photos below -

• Kiwanis President Jack Jeffery (left) and Vice president President Joe Ferguson.
• Mark Shull (left) and Charles Van Dyne, both members of Kiwanis for well over 50 years.
• Kiwanis pancake diners (from left) DeBow Freed, Mike Lenhart, Gary Grimslid.
• Having had foot surgery recently, Bruce Neely won’t be kicking this football anytime soon. He is at the raffle table during Kiwanis pancake/sausage day selling tickets for pizzas and a 2018 Super Bowl football donated by Wilson’s.
• Members of the Aktion Club help at Kiwanis pancake/sausage day.  Aktion is a Kiwanis service/leadership organization for people with disabilities. From left are Advisor Amber Shaffer, Alexa Moore, Jamie Keegan, Brie Truman, Alicia Williams, and Kelcy Moore.
• Scott Allison with an important part of the  pancakesausage meal served by Ada Kiwanis. Proceeds from the meal go to community projects throughout the year.