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Berkley Rotary Club Takes On Bullies With Pancakes

Tickets are on sale for the annual pancake breakfast that will held Saturday, Nov. 3., at Berkley First United Methodist Church to benefit the "Take a Stand – No Place for Hate" anti-bullying campaign.

Ticket are on sale now for the Berkley Rotary Club's pancake breakfast, which will benefit the "Take a Stand – No Place for Hate" anti-bullying campaign.

The annual event will be held Saturday, Nov. 3., at Berkley First United Methodist Church and feature an all-you-can-eat breakfast of pancakes, sausage, bagels, coffee, tea and juice, as well as celebrity pancake flippers including Berkley School District Superintendent Dennis McDavid, Anderson Middle School principal Vince Gigliotti and Berkley Public Safety Director Richard Eshman.

Pancake breakfast proceeds will help fund "" a partnership between the Berkley Rotary Club and the Berkley School District that aims to combat bullying and work with businesses and students to create a set of guiding principles for the community.

Pancake breakfast tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance from Berkley Public Library Director Celia Morse at the library or by e-mailing Berkley Rotary Club president Paul Benson at drpaulbenson@doctorbewell.com.

If you go

  • What: Berkley Rotary Club pancake breakfast
  • When: 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 3
  • Where: Berkley First United Methodist Church
  • Cost: $6 adults, $3 children.
  • Why go: Enjoy an all-you-can-eat breakfast of pancakes, sausage, bagels, coffee, tea and juice prepared by Rotary Club members while you show support for the community anti-bullying campaign.
  • What else: Celebrity pancake flippers will include Berkley School District Superintendent Dennis McDavid, Anderson Middle School principal Vince Gigliotti and Berkley Public Safety Director Richard Eshman.

Visit the Rotary Club's website or "Like" the group on Facebook for more information.

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