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Pancakes are Being Flipped Right Now by NP Lions at William Paca Club!!

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The New Providence LIONS will host a very important PANCAKE BREAKFAST BENEFIT fundraiser today, SUNDAY MARCH 3rd 8am-2pm at the Paca Club for the benefit of a New Providence high school student, Brian Mansfield, afflicted with a very rare eye disease. The entire community is coming together for this exciting event and we all hope you will join us. The WILLIAM PACA CLUB generously donated the use of its facility for the event, and they and many other generous sponsors will be acknowledged and thanked at the event.

Tickets are only $10 per person or $25 for your entire family (bring the kids, bring the grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends) and enjoy a pancake breakfast, including bacon, coffee, tea, and orange juice.

In addition to STARBUCKS, who donated all the coffee for the LIONS-FOR-BRIAN event, PRESTIGE DINER donated the pancake batter and DUNKIN DONUTS donated donuts!!!  On behalf of the NEW PROVIDENCE LIONS, we would like to thank these great community minded restaurants for their very generous donations.

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The Lions are also collecting donations if you would like to make a special contribution to the family (be sure to write "LIONS FOR BRIAN" in the memo part of your check made out to New Providence Lions) or become a LIONS-FOR-BRIAN SPONSOR. Details on sponsorships are listed below.

100% of all proceeds collected will be given to the family and is tax deductible.

 BECOME A LIONS SPONSOR FOR BRIAN! $100 per organization or family. Includes public and facebook recognition and free pancake breakfast for you and your family. A large poster listing our LIONS for BRIAN Sponsors will be prominently displayed at our Pancake Breakfast Benefit. Become a sponsor today by donating $100 check made out to NEW PROVIDENCE LIONS ("LIONS for BRIAN" SPONSORSHIP in the memo) and mail to NEW PROVIDENCE LIONS PO BOX 854 NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ 07974, or give to Al Morgan or Bill Hoefling by 2/28/13. 100% of all proceeds will be given to the family. Your contribution is tax deductible.

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