Kiwanis hold Pancake Day


Supports Kiwanis youth activities

By Dan Pennington - dan@durantdemocrat,com



Durant Police Chief David Houser took a break from law enforcement to cook pancakes at the Durant Kiwanis All You Can Eat Pancake Day held at the fairgrounds.


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The Kiwanis annual Pancake Day at the Bryan County Community building is always a popular food event. The meal benefits the youth programs the Kiwanis Club of Durant supports.


Photos by Dan Pennington | Durant Democrat

KLBC radio’s morning man Scott Corbin served hot off the griddle pancakes to Cecil Brown of Durant. Brown said he was hungry and ready to eat.


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Dick Bogard of Durant was a force to be reckoned with, armed with his chrome tongs serving the sausage at the Kiwanis Pancake Day


Photos by Dan Pennington | Durant Democrat

Associate Pastor at First Baptist Church, Philip Stephens worked his first Kiwanis Pancake Day. He poured batter and ran a griddle 15 pancakes at a time Tuesday.


Photos by Dan Pennington | Durant Democrat

Chloe Cagle and Francisco Lovato of Durant High School volunteered readying the plates and plastic ware. They are members of the Kiwanis Key Club, the youth version of the Kiwanis.


Photos by Dan Pennington | Durant Democrat

The Durant Kiwanis Annual Pancake Day is a always big success. Tuesday from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m., all you can eat pancakes were served to the hungry masses. The Bryan County Community Building, at the Durant Fairgrounds was a hot spot eatery in town. Many pancakes have been served with the assembly line perfected
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