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Avalon Manor Pancakes Aid Three Organizations

 

By Herald Staff

AVALON MANOR — The Association is over 40 years old and has always been run by volunteers from this community. Members feel it is the heart of Avalon Manor.
Three organizations benefited from Avalon Manor’s Pancake Break-fast fundraiser program at a Christmas social held Dec. 5, according to a release.
The Association holds pancake breakfasts on Saturday mornings during summer months. Three teams alternate serving at the “all you can eat” Saturday breakfasts, and each of the teams has donated 10 percent of their earnings to the local organizations.
Accepting a check for the Disabled Veterans Chapter 44 was Joe Harris. Harris was the 2008 State Commander of the Disabled Veterans organization.
The second check was accepted for the Cape May County Zoo by Barbara Agena, education curator.
The final check was presented to Jim Sorensen and Shawn Lockyear for Habitat for Humanity.
The pancake volunteers included Walt Mihlebach, Roseanna Muche, Bob Ianucci, Theresa Connors, Jerry and Fran Davis, Ron and Alice Smythe, Martha Ruggero, Edith Rowland, Chick Aschenbrenner, Joan Wilson, Mary Dewechter, Barbara Faith, George Wells, Pinky Badyna, Chip French and Allison Phillips.
Avalon Manor is again sponsoring two families for Christmas with the “Angel” program chaired by Pinky Badyna.

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