East Aurora High students aid Aurora Noon Lions
About 30 East Aurora High School students volunteered at the Aurora Noon Lions Club's annual "Great Pumpkin" Halloween pancake breakfast fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 30.
The event was held at Luigi's Pizza and Fun Center in Aurora.
Tomcat students. some in holiday costumes, represented the DECA Club and Naval Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets.
Led by DECA adviser Mark Lyons, NJROTC Naval science instructor Chief Gerald Good and petty officer first class William Moore, students served food, cleared tables and supervised a children's bag toss game.
A stuffed toy Lion was awarded to a child in a random drawing.
Proceeds will benefit Lions' programs to aid vision- and hearing-impaired persons.
The menu included all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausage, mini doughnuts, orange juice and coffee or milk.
Founded in 1922, Aurora Noon Lions Club is planning its centennial celebration for 2022.
The club is open to men and women interested in community service.
The club meets on the first and third Mondays at Luigi's Pizza, 732 Prairie St. in Aurora. Call (630) 892-8045 for more information.
With the motto "We Serve," Lions volunteers focus on supporting causes including hearing and vision impairment, hunger, the environment, diabetes and childhood cancer.
Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organization in the world. Some 1.42 million members in more than 48,000 clubs serve in over 200 countries and geographic areas worldwide.
Since 1917, Lions have strengthened local communities through hands-on service and humanitarian projects and extend service impact through the Lions Clubs International Foundation. For more information about Lions Clubs International, visit lionsclubs.org.