Monday, November 2, 2015

Record Breaking Crowd for Lions Pancake Breakfast

Sunday, November 1 was a busy day at the Lorain Lions Pancake Breakfast with about 1200 community supporters stopping in for the delicious pancakes and sausage.

Pilot Dogs of Ohio trainer Mike Tessmer and Shiloh were on hand at the Lorain Lions Pancake breakfast to meet and greet visitors.   Pilot Dogs, Inc. has been serving the blind and visually impaired community since 1950. They provide a unique form of independence and mobility through the use of dog guides. Over the years Pilot Dogs has trained over 7,500 individuals in the use of their Pilot Dogs.

ABOVE:  Elyria Catholic High School student Christopher Morgan (right) and his dad, Brian Morgan (left) provided 5 hours of invaluable volunteer service taking care of customers at the breakfast.  Thanks for your help!

ABOVE:  Lion President Dan Smith (left) and Pancake Breakfast Chair Lion Rich Foil (right) present 50/50 raffle winner Nathaniel Reynolds (center) with over $300 in winnings!

ABOVE:  Lion Gary Koepp (left) was the winner of the Money Tree raffle, attended by Lion Jean Lee (center) and Lion Dorothy McGuire (right).

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