Eat pancakes to fund student scholarships
On Saturday, Sept. 28, from 7-11 a.m, the Clemmons Civic Club will be hosting its semi-annual “all-you-can-eat” pancake breakfast benefitting its two West Forsyth scholarship funds.
Bring your kids, parents, friends and neighbors to enjoy a pancake breakfast at the Clemmons Civic Club building on Middlebrook Drive across from Vogler’s in Clemmons. This breakfast will feel like a welcoming home as you’ll run into neighbors and colleagues you don’t get to sit and spend time with every day. It’s also a great opportunity to come and make new friends if you’re new to the area or just want to expand your network.
If you have a Scout in the family, be sure to bring them. All scouts in uniform will be treated to a free pancake breakfast in honor of their hard work and commitment to community. “The Clemmons Civic Club has a long history with the Scouts,” said David Barson, club president, “and we will continue to honor those boys and girls that are involved. Scouts and the Civic Club share the same priorities of civic duty, philanthropy and friendship.”
All profits will be used to support the Felix Hege and Dennis Brewer scholarship funds that are awarded annually to West Forsyth High School seniors.
The Civic Club Pancake Breakfast is one Clemmons social event that you won’t want to miss. Buy your ticket at the door or from a Civic Club member in advance. All-you-can-eat pancakes includes pancakes, fruit, coffee, juice and water. Price is $6 for adults and $3 for children 12 and younger.
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