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Popular Rotary Pancake Breakfast returns November


editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | October 2013


5th annual IronOaks Halloween Pet Parade


Come enjoy pancakes hot off the griddle at the 17th annual Rotary Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, November 10.


Norm Noble Heads-up - the Rotary Pancake Breakfast


returns to Oakwood Country Club on Sunday, November 10. As many have said, “Start your mouths watering now!” for one of Sun Lakes’ favorite annual events. This will be Sun Lakes Rotary’s 17th annual


Pancake Breakfast, held again in Oakwood’s Ballroom. Breakfast will be served between 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; and, as in years past, it will be all-you-can-eat regular and blueberry pancakes with bacon and sausage on the side, plus juice and coffee. If there is one day on the yearly calendar


when folks go out to breakfast, it is that day in November when the Rotary Club of Sun Lakes serves its famous pancakes. At $7, this is truly, the best buy in town! While great eating is an incentive to


participate, the main reason Rotary presents this event is to support its many charities here in Sun Lakes, in Chandler, in Arizona and worldwide. Virtually every one of the club’s 75 members works hard, but many companies partner to assure success. There is a tendency to credit Rotary solely for this


event when many, many local businesses are contributors. This year’s breakfast is no exception. Special kudos to Coulter Motor Co. of Tempe who will once again be the principle donor, joined this year by Lowes and Brooksies. It isn’t just eating and spending time with


old friends; it’s perusing the Silent Auction tables and participating in the several raffl es throughout the morning. And this year, there will be something different - Scott Faver, professional DJ, MC, Game Master and entertainer, will entertain throughout the morning, working with Gary Whiting who will MC from 7:30-10:00 a.m., and with Bill Seefeldt, who will MC from 10:00 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. One last reminder: the annual Rotary


Pancake Breakfast will be held Sunday, November 10, at Sun Lakes’ Oakwood Country Club Ballroom between 7:30 a.m.- 12:30 pm. Tickets may be purchased for $7 from any Rotarian, from Marge Wright at 480-305-0224, or from Joe Klimoski at 480-895-8672. They also may be purchased at the door for $8. 


Yo Yo Gahide and Paco Bargioni


Judy Gahide with Judy Hedding As the witching hour is getting near,


we needn’t tell you, your dogs will hear Bring Toto, Fido, Barkley and Boo,


whether they’ve attended before or will make their debut.


Four legged friends are what the Halloween celebration is about; so come join us at Lake Diamond in Oakwood, for a great gadabout.


Saturday, October 26, is the date that’s been set, and 9:00 a.m. sharp is the time for your pets.


Our judges will look for the costumes that brew, a mix of creativity through and through.


They will be greeting all dogs, the big and the tall, together with those which are little and small. We urge you to put on your ole thinking cap,


as that big new grand prize may just land in your lap. Our Halloween celebration will be oodles of fun,


so suit up your pooch and spend some time in the sun. We promise to you a grand old time, enjoying the costumes on yours and mine.


(no costume), cats dressed or undressed, chairs, blankets, cameras,


Do bring dogs in costumes, naked dogs strollers with


children, family, friends, and strangers if you


like. Poop bags are a must! Cash donations for the American Service Animal Society are optional, but greatly appreciated. Don’t bring bicycles, sirloin steaks, or


dinosaurs; okay, maybe the steaks! We will provide water for attendees and


dogs, dog treats, a lovely lake around which to walk and fabulous weather. Five prizes will be awarded, one grand prize and four runner ups. We appreciate donations for rescue


groups, dog and cat food (unopened), treats, collars, leads, harnesses, pet toys and dog bedding ( new or gently used). Adoptions: Rovers Rest Stop will be


bringing some of their special dogs looking for a forever home, so be sure to bring an open heart. Directions will be provided at both the


Robson Blvd. and Sun Lakes Blvd. gates. Questions may be directed to Sandi Bargioni at 883-9764 or 883-9000. 


Judy Gahide at


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