Spring Lake Park Lions serve pancakes to the community

The Spring Lake Park Lions Club spent Sunday serving up breakfast to a hungry crowd.

Lions Jean Streetor (left) and Mary Curtis serve up the hot eggs, sausage, pancakes and French toast. Photo by Tammy Sakry
Lions Jean Streetor (left) and Mary Curtis serve up the hot eggs, sausage, pancakes and French toast. Photo by Tammy Sakry

The annual Lions Pancake Breakfast served 636 people an all-you-can-eat breakfast of eggs, sausage, pancakes and French toast at Spring Lake Park High School April 7.

Before and after breakfast, people could top by the Wellness Van, stop at the vendors or browse the bake sale or check out what the high school’s Panthenators Robotics Team has created.

Sunday’s event raised approximately $2,000, all of which will go back into the community, said Lions President Pete Yelle.

Soon-to-be Lion James Jessen (left) makes the pancakes for the annual Lions Pancake Breakfast April 7 as Lions Eppie Dorsey and Lee Videen make French toast as Leo Katherine Ha waits to take the pancakes and toast to the serving line. Photo by Tammy Sakry Lions Jean Streetor (left) and Mary Curtis serve up the hot eggs, sausage, pancakes and French toast. Sunshine paints a glittery butterfly on the cheek of Cassandra Arana. Sunshine is a member of the Lino Lake Lionesses. Daniel Granillo, 9, and Alejandra Granillo, 7, give the Can Do Canines puppies, Lily the collie and Maggie the labador, some attention as the Can Do Canine volunteer Kolleen Herr answers questions.
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Soon-to-be Lion James Jessen (left) makes the pancakes for the annual Lions Pancake Breakfast April 7 as Lions Eppie Dorsey and Lee Videen make French toast as Leo Katherine Ha waits to take the pancakes and toast to the serving line. Photo by Tammy Sakry

Tammy Sakry is at [email protected]