Kids love pancakes

Westlake Kiwanian Joe Anthony flips pancakes while Kiwanian apprentice pancake maker Alex Krystynak looks on.

Kids love pancakes, Kiwanis serve kids, Kiwanis make pancakes, is it kismet?

The Westlake Kiwanis will hold their spring pancake breakfast  on Sunday, April 17. The breakfast will take place from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Westlake High School cafeteria, 27830 Hilliard Blvd.

Breakfast includes all the pancakes you can eat! Plus sausage, orange juice, milk, coffee and tea. Tickets are $6. Children six and under eat for free.

This year as a "Kiwanis Young Children Priority One" project the Westlake Kiwanis will donate a portion of the proceeds from the breakfast to the LakeShore Day Camp, a nonprofit camp for children with special learning needs, including mental and physical challenges, learning disabilities, autism, ADHD and more.

The remaining  proceeds will go to promote various causes benefiting children throughout the Westlake community such as holiday food baskets for the disadvantaged, student scholarships, the Westlake High School Key Club, Builders Club, Aktion Club and Relay for Life.

There will also be a fundraising race in coordination with the pancake breakfast. The Westlake Spring Fever is a 2-mile or 4-mile run kicking off at 9 a.m. from Westlake High. Race registration is $25 in advance. Discounted tickets for the pancake breakfast of $5 are available to race registrants. To sign up, visit hermescleveland.com.

If you would like to join an active volunteer group and give back to your community on many worthwhile projects, please contact Kiwanis president George Christ at 440-871-3980 or gchrist44140@yahoo.com.

Victor Rutkoski

I am a member of the Westlake Kiwanis and and advisor for the Westlake Kiwanis Aktion Club.

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