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Posted January 30, 2018


Dear Editor:


The Taylorville Kiwanis Club extends a sincere thank you to the community for a wonderful and successful pancake and sausage breakfast held this past Saturday.
Our efforts to serve the children of our community are much less effective without the support of the community.

On behalf of the Taylorville Kiwanis Club I wish to extend our thanks to the following for their part in this wonderful event:  the Taylorville Moose Club, Your Taylorville McDonald’s and the Taylorville Community Credit Union.

Should I have overlooked someone deserving recognition; my apologies, but thanks for your support as well.  This annual event proves to be a huge success because of all who helped, and “Thank You” falls short of the gratitude we wish to extend to each of you.

The Kiwanis chefs flipped hundreds of pancakes and served nearly 200 pounds of sausage at Saturday’s event.  All of the proceeds from this event go directly in support of our Kiwanis youth focused programs including  “Coats for Kids”, Builders Club and Key Club sponsorships and college scholarships for high school seniors.

Again, thanks to the community for the outstanding support that continues each year as the Taylorville Kiwanis Club serves the children of the world.

Martin Vota
President Taylorville Kiwanis Club

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