2007 Richmond Kiwanis
A happy face at the 2007 Richmond Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
which netted $1,700 which the club will use for children's projects.
Adam Poff (left photo), president of the Kiwanis Club
of Richmond makes pancakes while Earl Rhodes prepares sausages
for the breakfast.
One of the groups helping make the 2007 Kiwanis Pancake
Breakfast a success was the Key Club at Model High School in Richmond.
The Key Cub, a Kiwanis sponsored youth organization, is the largest
high school service organization in the world. Key Club members
providing service at the breakfast were:Front row (l. to r.) Talia
Gantz, Junior Key Club Member; Ashley Serra, Senior
Key Club Member; Amber Hines, Junior Key Club Member; Ibrahim
Jadoon, Junior Key Club Member; and Aubrey Gillespie,
Sophomore Key Club Member. Back row (l. to r.) Maggie Green,
Senior Key Club Member; Morgan Medley, Senior Key Club
Member; Alison Sell, Junior Key Club Member; Lisa Madden,
Junior Key Club Member; Nmeli Nnoromele, Senior Key Club
Member and Kim Franklin, Senior Key Club Member. Also working
this event, but unavailable for the photograph was Wesley Fulks,
Sophomore Key Club Member.
Key Club Members Kim Franklin (left), refills
Spider Thurman's coffee cup while Aubrey Gillespie,brings
additional warm syrup.
Another group that tradisionally assists the Kiwanis
club has been the Xi Beta Chapter of Delta Zeta Service Sorority
at Eastern Kentucky University. Working the 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. shift
were: Front row (l. To r.) Amy Vermillion and Renee
Estep and Back row (l. To r.) Stephanie Schriver, Megan
Gandy, Allie Snider and
Additional members of Delta Zeta Service Sorority working
the pancake breakfast from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. were: Front row (l.
To r.) Lauren Gross and Shannon Gillun and Back
row (l. To r.) Ashley Frankel, Ashley Gray, Gretchen Weiss
and Benea Dixon
Additional Kiwanians working in the kitchen were John
Reed (left) serviing sausages and Jack Bisping making
One of the special emphasis of Kiwanians is making
children happy with ample quantities of panckes and sausages.
There seemed to be a wide range of responses to photographers
taking photos of pancake eaters.
Nothing like Amy Vermillion's smiling face to
make the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast even better.
When the number of pancake customers slowed down the
Key clubbers had an opportunity to eat their breakfast.
This pancake eater had a novel way of making a Happy
Although most panke eaters were serious about their
pancake eating - some took time to smile for the camera.
Kiwanians were pleased that Ermin Wirtz, a Kiwanian
for nearly 60 year, was able to attend the pancake breakfast.
Ibrahim Jadoon (left photo) worked refilled
drinks - while some of the Key Club girls visited during a lull
in the action. Note that Alison Sell is wearing a "Ramdon
Acts of Kindness Club" T-shirt when she worked the breakfast.
While most pancakes were of the traditional shape -
occasionally Mickey Mouse shaped pancakes were made for the children.
DZ helpers wait for orders to be filled in the kitchen.
More happy customers
Dr.James Masterson and his daughter (left photo) enjoyed the
annual pancake breakfast. Jim pulled out a sweatshirt with a photo
of his daughter on it (when she was younger). Joan Kleine,
a new Kiwanian, sold and collected pancake tickets at the door.
This smile says it all - the 2007 Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
was a grand success!
Click below to see
photos of past pancake breakfasts
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here for photos of the 2004 Annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
here for photos of the 2003 Annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
here for photos of the 2001 Annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
here for photos of the 2000 Annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
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