When it comes to serving up a scrumptious breakfast, nothing seems to top our fascination with the pancake, said Higgins. “And if you’re familiar with the Marion Noon Kiwanis Annual Pancake Day, chances are you’ve had your share of pancakes—one of our organizations’ key ingredients for a successful fundraiser.”
Most importantly, the proceeds from the event benefit children through groups and activities such as: Marion Tall Grass Trail, Marion Palace Theatre, Explore-It-Torium Children’s Museum, Marion Public Library, Marion Goodwill Industries, Junior Service Guild Clearinghouse, the Dog Park, the Pep Club, Altrusa-RX Marion, and numerous other groups. Plus, the Kiwanis Foundation provides scholarships.
This year’s entertainment includes:
7-7:45 am—D.J. Music by Tom Danner
7:45-8:45am— Carolyn Heimlich on the Keyboard
9-9:45am—John Garners Jr. & Friends
10am-10:45am—Marionaires Barbershop Chorus
11-11:45am—Martha Douce Dance Studio Dancers
12-12:45pm–Elgin Cosmic Beat Drummer
1-2pm—D.J. Music by Tom Danner
Interesting Pancake Facts From Our Last Event:
• It takes close to 500 volunteer hours to make the event successful
You can save a dollar a ticket by purchasing your tickets in advance of the event from Kiwanis members, Altrusa members, or by stopping by Tri-Rivers Career Center, Custom Professional Accounting or Southland Barbers. Tickets at the door are $6 for adults; kids 4 years and under eat free.
This year’s major event sponsors include: Sansotta’s, Custom Professional Accounting, Messenger Farm, Marion Technical College, A-1 Printing, Mennel Bakery Mix and Food Service, OhioHealth, Zucker & Associates, Meijer, All Occasions Catering, Merrill: A Bank of America Company, Tri-Rivers Career Center, Wyandot Snacks, CRT Mechanical, American Legion Posts 584 and 605 and Southland Barbers.
Come join the fun, come see what’s going on at Marion Noon Kiwanis Pancake Day 2022!