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Pancake Breakfast to raise funds for youth

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Bud Hewett, Sunrise Optimist Club president, and Hope Morales, Pancake Breakfast chairperson, show off the sign you need to look for at local businesses to purchase tickets for the breakfast. Kickoff sale date was July 27. (Submitted Photo)

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The Sunrise Optimist Club of Roswell is sponsoring its annual Pancake Breakfast, Aug. 4 from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Bethel Baptist Church, corner of Country Club Road and North Garden Avenue. Pancakes, sausage, coffee, juice and milk will be served by members of the Sunrise Optimist Club.

These tickets are available from Sunrise Optimist Club members in front of Westlake Ace Hardware, Albertson’s stores, and possibly other locations every Saturday until the event. You may also purchase tickets from any Sunrise Optimist Club member or go online at Sunrise Optimist Facebook page or https:www.aplos.com/aws/events/sunrise optimist pancake breakfast.

This is a great way to support your community and take the family out to breakfast or reward an employee. The money raised will go toward fulfilling the many projects to help the youth of Roswell, such as Vern Stahl Memorial Scholarship Fund, Special Olympics, Boys and Girls Club, Assurance Home, Girl Scouts, Ronald McDonald House, educational animals at the Spring River Zoo, Project Graduation (at both high schools), Outdoor Adventure Days, Buddy Walk, Oratorical Contest, Summer Baseball Tournament, the Sunrise Optimist Poe Corn Basketball Tournament and many others.

If you are interested in serving the community through a service club directed at the youth, you are invited to come to our breakfast meeting Wednesday mornings at Lovelace Hospital cafeteria, at 7 a.m. or contact membership chairman Roger K. Burnett at 575-420-9420.

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