Mary Ann Krammen’s third grade class made the tickets for the pancake breakfast. From left (front row): Madison Heim, Sydney Hageman, Amy Jensen, Alex Kane, Jenna Hartz, Aiden Burroughs; (second row): Jaden Weis, Julia Phillips, Hailey Bower, Ellen Rooney, Natalie Dougan, Mary Moore. (Submitted photo)
Everyone is invited to enjoy the all-you-can-eat pancake and sausage breakfast at St. Benedict School Sunday, Oct. 13, serving from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 pm.
This annual event is open to the public and features a menu of all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausages, applesauce and beverages. Breakfast will be prepared and served by the Decorah Lions, the Parent School Association and school families.
Proceeds from the breakfast will be used for the school's Digital Learning Environment. The school has been given generous support with donations of food and supplies by St. Benedict School families and local businesses. The Family Table restaurant donated the sausage, pancake mix and take-home syrups for the event.
Tickets for this year's event were designed by Mary Ann Krammen's 3rd grade class and are available through all St. Benedict School students, preschool-8th grade or the school office.
Tickets also can be purchased at the school on the day of the event. Prices are $7 for adults, $5 for students ages 4-10; 3 and under are free. Take-outs are available.
The St. Benedict Youth Marketplace projects will be on display at the breakfast and available for purchase.
Youth Marketplace features one-of-a-kind handcrafted items from sixth grade entrepreneurs, led by Lori Galligan. Projects include, cord bracelets, magnets, hair ties, ecorative soaps and many more.
Half of the all Youth Marketplace proceeds will be donated to the students' charity of choice.
Sixth grade participants this year include Maddie Clement, Kylah Quandahl, Brooke Courtney, Olivia Fahey, Kari Tangen, Katie Storlie, Ava Holland, Katie Valkosky, Seth Shindelar, Joseph Seo, and Elijah Mitchell.