Clark Cub Scouts Plan Pancake Breakfast

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CLARK — The Cub Scout Pack 145 Family will be hosting a pancake breakfast Saturday, Jan. 15, from 8 a.m. through noon at the municipal complex cafeteria, located at 430 Westfield Avenue in Clark.  The menu will include pancakes, bacon, juice, coffee, and other breakfast goods.

The Cub Scout pancake breakfast is designed as both a fundraising tool and to enhance community fellowship. Fundraising is a necessary component for the Cub Scouts to maintain affordable registration fees and to allow the Pack to provide quality programs to its Scouts. This event also is an opportunity for the Pack families to come out and have breakfast with each other to get to know each other better in an informal setting.  The entire community is also invited to come and take advantage of an affordable and hearty breakfast that will help fund the many positive programs that the Cub Scouts provides for young men.

Anyone who has an interest in Cub Scouting (boys in Grades 1 through 5) is also welcome to come and speak with members of the Pack to learn about what makes Clark Cub Scout Pack 145 a truly unique and enjoyable experience for so many boys. In the family oriented nature of Clark Cub Scouts, each Cub Scout and their families will participate in the Pancake breakfast by volunteering their time preparing food in the kitchen, serving breakfast to guests, and helping with the set-up and clean-up of the event.

The cost of the breakfast is only $5.  The proceeds of the breakfast will be used to help fund Pack events including camping trips, meetings, and the many educational activities the organization provides for the Scouts.

For more information contact Cubmaster Scott McCabe at

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