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Lions Club to Host Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser for Final Time on March 5

Gerald Kischenbaum of the Lions Club Credits: John Mooney
Terence Downey of Troop 104 carries out a breakfast order at the Lions Club Pancake Breakfast. Credits: John Mooney
Nico Hale of Boy Scout Troop 104 was on egg-cracking duty at the Lions Club Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, Oct. 25. Credits: John Mooney
Robert Fisher of Troop 104 handles a full tray at a previous Lions Club Pancake Breakfast fundraiser. Credits: John Mooney
Jack Thal cooks scrambled eggs at the semi annual Lions Club Pancake Breakfast fundraiser. Credits: John Mooney
Thomas Agueros, Sean Lage and Luke Checchio of Boy Scout Troop 104 volunteered at a previous Lions Club Pancake Breakfast. Credits: John Mooney

SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ -- The Scotch Plains Lions Club will hold its final Pancake Breakfast at the Scotch Plains Country Club, 820 Jerusalem Road on Sunday morning March 5 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon. Troop 104 Boy Scouts will serve as waiters and busboys, as they have done for the past several years. 

"It's a great and fun opportunity for community service. The patrons are very friendly to us; they really enjoy interacting with the Scouts," said Bill Sherman, Leader of Troop 104. "Sometimes the Scouts have met and gotten photos with the Mayor or a Congressman."

The Lions Club has donated Troop 104's "gear garage" that the boys use on most camp-outs. 

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"Since this will be the last Pancake Breakfast for the Lions Club, we hope to have a great turnout to let them know how much they have meant to us," Sherman added. is Scotch Plains-Fanwood’s only free daily paper. Sign up for our daily eNews and follow us on Facebook and twitter @SPF_TAP.


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