Sunday, November 5, 2017

Lorain Lions Pancake Breakfast a Hit

Lorain High School Leo Club member Maya serves second helpings to Annette Bruno, wife of Lorain Lions 1st VP Tom Bruno.

Leo Club advisor Lori Pyers-Goodwin serves coffee to attendees.

Leo Club member Rafael prepares to clean and set up another table.

Lorain Lions Tammy Tansey (left) and Brittany Poley (right) are assisted by Sue Kayle, wife of Lion Bob Kayle.

Local author David Miraldi with MindFair Books' Sheri, publisher of David's new book, The Edge of Innocence.  

Leo Club member David getting orders from customers.

Leo Club president Alexis Sexton clearing tables.  The Leos have become a vital part of the Lorain Lions Pancake Breakfast.

Lion Jean Lee mans the Money Tree raffle table.

Lion Bob Cobos and Lion Dan Smith did a fantastic job selling money tree and 50/50 raffle tickets.

Pancake Breakfast chairman Lion Rich Foil kept an eye on operations and made adjustments to assure outstanding quality and service that is the hallmark of the Lorain Lions Club Pancake Breakfast.

Leo Club Advisor Lori (left) with Leos Trinity and Maya take orders for pancakes and sausage.

Muzik Brothers Auto Care owner John Muzik (center) with his family enjoying some great pancakes and sausages.

Leo Club member Molly working the "Second Helpings" cart.

Lions Bob Kayle (standing), Bruce Meadows, Ben Norton and Kim Worden welcome customers at the Main entrance.

Chargrilled sausages taste better with real charcoals.

Lion Ed Baker uses the auxiliary grill dedicated for second helpings.

Front entrance of the Italian American Veterans club was very busy on pancake breakfast day.

Leo Club member Evelyn working one of the two "Seconds" carts.

Andy Shworer(left) with his Mom and Dad enjoy breakfast before pitching in to help.

Lion Ken Kayle at the beverage bar checking coffee supply.

Lion Barry Buck (right) and son probably flipped four or five thousand pancakes in 5 hours.

Andy Shworer sets up a table for incoming customers.

Part of the Nieto family about to enjoy the breakfast.

Alec and Veronique Nieto with daughter have attended many of the Lions Club breakfasts.

Someone just discovered what good sausage tastes like!

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