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Lions Club holds Spring pancake breakfast

A continual stream of customers supported the Pawhuska Lions Club’s annual spring breakfast on Saturday. Held at the Senior Citizens Center, guests were treated to an all-you-can eat breakfast with homemade pancakes, sausage or ham. Enjoying this Pawhuska tradition are (clockwise, from left to right) Jeff Laughlin, new pastor for the First Baptist Church; daughters Hanna, Abigail, Rachael; and wife Julie. Joining the Laughlin’s are Joyce and Bob Butts. BY KATHY SWAN/J-C CORRESPONDENT
A continual stream of customers supported the Pawhuska Lions Club’s annual spring breakfast on Saturday. Held at the Senior Citizens Center, guests were treated to an all-you-can eat breakfast with homemade pancakes, sausage or ham. Enjoying this Pawhuska tradition are (clockwise, from left to right) Jeff Laughlin, new pastor for the First Baptist Church; daughters Hanna, Abigail, Rachael; and wife Julie. Joining the Laughlin’s are Joyce and Bob Butts. BY KATHY SWAN/J-C CORRESPONDENT

A continual stream of customers supported the Pawhuska Lions Club’s annual spring breakfast on Saturday. Held at the Senior Citizens Center, guests were treated to an all-you-can eat breakfast with homemade pancakes, sausage or ham. Enjoying this Pawhuska tradition are (clockwise, from left to right) Jeff Laughlin, new pastor for the First Baptist Church; daughters Hanna, Abigail, Rachael; and wife Julie. Joining the Laughlin’s are Joyce and Bob Butts.

BY KATHY SWAN/J-C CORRESPONDENT

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