By Alan Sorensen
The Kiwanis Pancake Days take was slightly smaller than previous years as about 100 fewer diners stopped by to enjoy the clubs tasty hot cakes and sausages Saturday morning.
We served about 1,300 people and took in roughly $1,000 profit, Havre Kiwanis Club President Joyce Perszyk said. Perszyks estimated profits figured in anticipated bills that hadnt been received as of Wednesday morning.
Helping make the pancake feed at Havres Army National Guard Armory successful were members of the National Guard and the Havre High School Key Club.
It was actually great this year, because well take our leftovers and donate them to service clubs and agencies in the area, she said.
Among the agencies that definitely will help divvy up the sausages, Perszyk said, will be the HRDC Domestic Violence program.
Proceeds from the Pancake Day feed go to a variety of Kiwanis-sponsored youth activities and projects.
Perszyk said Kiwanis is always looking for new members and that anyone interested in joining the active community-service organization is encouraged to contact a club member.