BUCYRUS — Bucyrus Rotary club’s 44th Community Benefit Breakfast (pancake breakfast) is Saturday, Feb. 11 at Bucyrus High School.
Breakfast will be served 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will be a pancake and sausage meal. Entertainment provided throughout the event.
Proceeds will provide for a variety of needs in the Bucyrus community, according to co-chairpersons Tami Tima and John Kime.
The Bucyrus Pancake Day was launched in 1973. To date, over $172,000 has been raised through the generous support of the public as a result of this annual event. Projects funded with recent proceeds include, Gatlinburg, Tennessee fire relief assistance, Parkinson Association, Leader in Me programs at Bucyrus and Wynford Elementary Schools, Aumiller Park and Washington Square island beautification along with financial support of various community missions.
Numerous organizations have contributed charitably toward the success of this year’s fundraiser, including: Advanced Fiber Technology, FCBank, Hord Livestock, J&F Construction, Pisanello’s Pizza, Spreng Capital Management and United Bank. The breakfast will be served by the Bucyrus Rotarians along with volunteer groups.
For advance ticket donations, please cal Tami Tima at 419-562-4978 or John Kime at 419-686-2504.