Kiwanis Gets Help to Make Breakfast a Success

Some of the hundreds who attend the pancake breakfast. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Some of the hundreds who attend the pancake breakfast. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The annual parade day breakfast in downtown Sheridan is spearheaded by Sheridan's Kiwanis Club, but others pitch in to help make the event a success.

Long-time Kiwanian Mark Kinner said that's one of the big changes he's seen in the 30 years that he's been with the organization.

Sheridan High School Athletic Director Don Julian explained how the high school's football athletes help with the event, and the reward they hope to receive in turn.

Scout Leader Paul Dickinson was in charge of several of the Boy Scouts that came to help out. He expected between 15 and 20 boys, and he talked about the work they do at the breakfasts.

The annual breakfast is a fund-raiser for the Kiwanis, as well as a popular way for Sheridan residents and visitors to start the downtown celebration of rodeo Friday. An estimated 12 hundred to 15 hundred people are served every year.

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A Sheridan Scout leader assists in filling the coffee urns. (Photo by Pat Blair)
A Sheridan Scout leader assists in filling the coffee urns. (Photo by Pat Blair)
High school football team members get breakfast in exchange for their work. (Photo by Pat Blair)
High school football team members get breakfast in exchange for their work. (Photo by Pat Blair)
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