Breakfast benefits community

Published 10:13 am Thursday, February 11, 2016

Saturday morning, the Ironton Rotary Club continues its decades-long tradition of serving pancakes and sausage to the community.

But more than a tradition of serving fluffy breakfast food, the club is continuing its long-term mission of giving back to the community.

By purchasing a ticket for $5, each person who attends helps the club with its various community projects, such as sponsoring local scholarships, donating to charitable organizations and the beautiful fountain area in downtown Ironton.

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The Rotary Club is in good company with all the like-minded civic groups who host these fun events, which allows community members to have fellowship with one another while supporting a worthy cause.

If you’ve never been to a Rotary pancake breakfast, make this year your first. The event will be from 7 a.m.-noon at the Knights of Columbus in Ironton.

Many volunteers are required to make the event a success each year, including the local Boy Scouts who help serve and clean up.

Thank you to those who help put this event on and we look forward to another year of delicious pancakes.