December 20, 2014

Pancakes soar at Lions Club breakfast (with video)

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Mark Meyer, of West Branch, holds two plates as he catches flying pancakes for the whole family, including his 4-year-old son Lincoln, pictured on the right.
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Kenneth Neubecker of West Branch tries to make a difficult catch as a pancake flies toward his plate.
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Mary Neubecker, of West Branch, catches a pancake flipped toward her plate.
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Evelyn Meyer, 2, enjoys her pancakes and sausage.
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Zach Simon, the pancake chef for the event, hurls a pancake about 15 feet to Justin Boss, of Kalamazoo.
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Clockwise from the front left, Justin Boss of Kalamazoo, and West Branch residents Darcy, Alexis and Craig Buchoz sit around and visit after finishing their breakfast,
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Pancake chef Zach Simon flips a pancake to Michele Ahrent, of West Branch.
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Zach Simon, of Chris Cakes of Michigan, was the pancake chef/server at the Lions Club breakfast.
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Posted by Tim Barnum
Associate Editor Community News | news@ogemawherald.com
989-387-9140

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The West Branch Lions Club hosted its annual pancake breakfast April 6, featuring pancakes served up by Guinness World Record-holder Chris Cakes of Michigan. The event is the Lions Club's biggest fundraiser of the year, as patrons enjoyed an all-you-can-eat breakfast that included sausage, pancakes and beverages. The breakfast was held at the West Branch Masonic Temple.

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