Rotary Pancake Breakfast Saturday, December 8th

The Rotary Club of Murfreesborowill hold its 10th Annual Pancake Breakfast from7 a.m. to10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8, atMiddleTennesseeChristianSchool at100 East MTCS Road, just off ofMemorial Boulevard.

The breakfast, a holiday tradition that includes Santa Claus and Christmas music, is the club’s largest fundraiser, with proceeds benefiting a diverse set of community initiatives, including the Cool Aid Project; the Dictionary Project that benefits all Rutherford County third graders; the Center for the Arts; the Murfreesboro Greenway; the United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties; and other worthy causes.

Tickets for the breakfast are $5 and are available from club members and will be sold at the door. Carryout meals will be available for those not wishing to dine at the school.

“Rotary’s motto is ‘Service Above Self,’ which follows our world-wide them of promoting others before profit,” said Mark King, the club’s president-elect and chairman of this year’s breakfast. “Rotary continues to promote giving more than you receive.”

The local club, founded in 1919, boasts a membership of 99 Rotarians with a hands-on participation rate of almost 80 percent. It meets Tuesdays atnoonat the Stones River Country Club inMurfreesboro.

It is an affiliate of Rotary International, an international organization of business leaders who pursue making the world a better place by promoting world peace and understanding, basic education and literacy; water and sanitation; and material and child health. It is best known for its decades-long, worldwide effort to eradicate polio.


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