Flipping over Kiwanis pancakes


Wilmington High School Key Club members Regan Sparks, Paiton Walker, Shelby Robertson and Key Club President Zane Beekheet serving pancakes, coffee and juice to attendees.

Wilmington High School Key Club members Regan Sparks, Paiton Walker, Shelby Robertson and Key Club President Zane Beekheet serving pancakes, coffee and juice to attendees.


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East Clinton High School Key Club members along with the Wilmington High School Key Club members helping at the Kiwanis Annual Pancake Breakfast.


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The Wilmington Kiwanis Club thanks the Clinton County community for supporting its Annual Pancake Breakfast — which raises funds for local projects for the year — held Saturday at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church. Shown getting the pancakes ready are Kiwanians Bob and Ruth Curtis, Nancy Rudduck, Shirley Hansen & Club President Ann Reno,


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Wilmington High School Key Club members Regan Sparks, Paiton Walker, Shelby Robertson and Key Club President Zane Beekheet serving pancakes, coffee and juice to attendees.

East Clinton High School Key Club members along with the Wilmington High School Key Club members helping at the Kiwanis Annual Pancake Breakfast.

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club thanks the Clinton County community for supporting its Annual Pancake Breakfast — which raises funds for local projects for the year — held Saturday at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church. Shown getting the pancakes ready are Kiwanians Bob and Ruth Curtis, Nancy Rudduck, Shirley Hansen & Club President Ann Reno,

Wilmington High School Key Club members Regan Sparks, Paiton Walker, Shelby Robertson and Key Club President Zane Beekheet serving pancakes, coffee and juice to attendees.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_101_0276.jpgWilmington High School Key Club members Regan Sparks, Paiton Walker, Shelby Robertson and Key Club President Zane Beekheet serving pancakes, coffee and juice to attendees. Courtesy photos

East Clinton High School Key Club members along with the Wilmington High School Key Club members helping at the Kiwanis Annual Pancake Breakfast.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_101_0285.jpgEast Clinton High School Key Club members along with the Wilmington High School Key Club members helping at the Kiwanis Annual Pancake Breakfast. Courtesy photos

The Wilmington Kiwanis Club thanks the Clinton County community for supporting its Annual Pancake Breakfast — which raises funds for local projects for the year — held Saturday at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church. Shown getting the pancakes ready are Kiwanians Bob and Ruth Curtis, Nancy Rudduck, Shirley Hansen & Club President Ann Reno,
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_101_0275.jpgThe Wilmington Kiwanis Club thanks the Clinton County community for supporting its Annual Pancake Breakfast — which raises funds for local projects for the year — held Saturday at the Wilmington Presbyterian Church. Shown getting the pancakes ready are Kiwanians Bob and Ruth Curtis, Nancy Rudduck, Shirley Hansen & Club President Ann Reno, Courtesy photos