The annual Fostoria Kiwanis Club Pancake Day fundraiser will be from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. March 4 — Fat Tuesday — at the St. Wendelin Parish Life Center, 323 N. Wood St.
According to a news release, Pancake Day is the Fostoria Kiwanis Club’s largest fundraiser, and includes all-you-can-eat pancakes, as well as sausages, coffee and orange juice.
Tickets are available: $6 for adults, $5 for Golden Buckeye members, $3 for children five to 11 years old and free for children under four.
In addition to the meal, the club will be raising funds through the sale of raffle tickets.
Pancake Day artwork from local youth will be display at the event as well, the release stated.
All proceeds from the sales will go toward the operation of the Fostoria Kiwanis Club, which has been a part of the greater Fostoria community for more than 80 years. The club participates in a variety of community projects, especially those catering to children.
Some of the group’s activities include: providing new school shoes for needy children, offering car seat safety checks, recognizing students of the month from Fostoria, participating in youth and elderly mentoring programs, hosting an annual New Educators Luncheon and community Prayer breakfast, flags, and Adopt-A-Highway, the release stated.
To learn more about Kiwanis, including how to become a member, contact Nancy Dillon, president of Fostoria Kiwanis Club, at email@example.com.
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