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David and Stacy Scoble enjoy breakfast with their son Joshua, wearing his junior fire marshal helmet at the Emmaus Kiwanis Club pancake festival. David and Stacy Scoble enjoy breakfast with their son Joshua, wearing his junior fire marshal helmet at the Emmaus Kiwanis Club pancake festival.
Delaney Wessner, Rowen Wessner, Christopher MacDonald and Liam Burton-Adams, all of Emmaus, are greeted by FeFe at the Emmaus Kiwanis pancake festival June 7 at Emmaus Fire Co. #1. Delaney Wessner, Rowen Wessner, Christopher MacDonald and Liam Burton-Adams, all of Emmaus, are greeted by FeFe at the Emmaus Kiwanis pancake festival June 7 at Emmaus Fire Co. #1.
PRESS PHOTOS BY DON WENNER The Emmaus Kiwanis Club's 42nd annual pancake festival was held June 7 at Emmaus Fire Co. #1, Broad and Sixth streets, with the help of the Emmaus High School Key Club, Parkland High School Key Club, Lower Macungie Middle School Builders Club and the folks at DevonHouse Senior Living, not to mention all the Kiwanis members. ABOVE: IronPigs mascot FeFe flips pancakes with Doug Hohe and Ron Glassic. PRESS PHOTOS BY DON WENNER The Emmaus Kiwanis Club's 42nd annual pancake festival was held June 7 at Emmaus Fire Co. #1, Broad and Sixth streets, with the help of the Emmaus High School Key Club, Parkland High School Key Club, Lower Macungie Middle School Builders Club and the folks at DevonHouse Senior Living, not to mention all the Kiwanis members. ABOVE: IronPigs mascot FeFe flips pancakes with Doug Hohe and Ron Glassic.
Nick Mazzella gets refills from Delores D'Amico and Stan Holmes who man the stand for takeout orders and refills at the Emmaus Kiwanis 42nd annual pancake festival June 7. Over 2,500 pancakes were made at this event. Nick Mazzella gets refills from Delores D'Amico and Stan Holmes who man the stand for takeout orders and refills at the Emmaus Kiwanis 42nd annual pancake festival June 7. Over 2,500 pancakes were made at this event.

Pancake fundraiser most successful in Club's history

Wednesday, June 17, 2015 by The Press in Local News

PRESS PHOTOS BY DON WENNER

The Emmaus Kiwanis Club's 42nd annual pancake festival was held June 7 at Emmaus Fire Co. #1, Broad and Sixth streets, with the help of the Emmaus High School Key Club, Parkland High School Key Club, Lower Macungie Middle School Builders Club and the folks at DevonHouse Senior Living, not to mention all the Kiwanians.