New Vienna Lions Club hosts Pancake Day


From left in the foreground are Owen Smith, Gwen Smith and their father Kasey Smith. Between the three of them, they passed out door prizes to lucky Pancake Day attendees.

From left in the foreground are Owen Smith, Gwen Smith and their father Kasey Smith. Between the three of them, they passed out door prizes to lucky Pancake Day attendees.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Pictured in the foreground from left are Ruth and Roger Dawson of the Sabina area and Dr. Craig Strafford with the New Vienna Lions Club.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the foreground, Roger and Ruth Dawson of the Sabina area are on the receiving side of a table, with Roger pouring syrup on his pancakes and Ruth preparing to be handed home-made biscuits and gravy plus pork sausage.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

There was a good turnout at the New Vienna Lions Club’s annual Pancake Day on Saturday in the New Vienna Fire Station’s community area. All proceeds will be contributed to assist the community. Door prizes and raffle items added to the fun and fellowship. Pictured distributing door prizes are Kasey Smith, right foreground, as his daughter Gwen pulls out a slip of paper with a name and her brother Owen holds the container.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

From left in the foreground are Owen Smith, Gwen Smith and their father Kasey Smith. Between the three of them, they passed out door prizes to lucky Pancake Day attendees.

Pictured in the foreground from left are Ruth and Roger Dawson of the Sabina area and Dr. Craig Strafford with the New Vienna Lions Club.

In the foreground, Roger and Ruth Dawson of the Sabina area are on the receiving side of a table, with Roger pouring syrup on his pancakes and Ruth preparing to be handed home-made biscuits and gravy plus pork sausage.

There was a good turnout at the New Vienna Lions Club’s annual Pancake Day on Saturday in the New Vienna Fire Station’s community area. All proceeds will be contributed to assist the community. Door prizes and raffle items added to the fun and fellowship. Pictured distributing door prizes are Kasey Smith, right foreground, as his daughter Gwen pulls out a slip of paper with a name and her brother Owen holds the container.

From left in the foreground are Owen Smith, Gwen Smith and their father Kasey Smith. Between the three of them, they passed out door prizes to lucky Pancake Day attendees.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/02/web1_dorr_prizes_2_c.jpgFrom left in the foreground are Owen Smith, Gwen Smith and their father Kasey Smith. Between the three of them, they passed out door prizes to lucky Pancake Day attendees. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Pictured in the foreground from left are Ruth and Roger Dawson of the Sabina area and Dr. Craig Strafford with the New Vienna Lions Club.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/02/web1_helping_out_c.jpgPictured in the foreground from left are Ruth and Roger Dawson of the Sabina area and Dr. Craig Strafford with the New Vienna Lions Club. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the foreground, Roger and Ruth Dawson of the Sabina area are on the receiving side of a table, with Roger pouring syrup on his pancakes and Ruth preparing to be handed home-made biscuits and gravy plus pork sausage.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/02/web1_vertical_c.jpgIn the foreground, Roger and Ruth Dawson of the Sabina area are on the receiving side of a table, with Roger pouring syrup on his pancakes and Ruth preparing to be handed home-made biscuits and gravy plus pork sausage. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

There was a good turnout at the New Vienna Lions Club’s annual Pancake Day on Saturday in the New Vienna Fire Station’s community area. All proceeds will be contributed to assist the community. Door prizes and raffle items added to the fun and fellowship. Pictured distributing door prizes are Kasey Smith, right foreground, as his daughter Gwen pulls out a slip of paper with a name and her brother Owen holds the container.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/02/web1_door_prizes_c.jpgThere was a good turnout at the New Vienna Lions Club’s annual Pancake Day on Saturday in the New Vienna Fire Station’s community area. All proceeds will be contributed to assist the community. Door prizes and raffle items added to the fun and fellowship. Pictured distributing door prizes are Kasey Smith, right foreground, as his daughter Gwen pulls out a slip of paper with a name and her brother Owen holds the container. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal