Pancake breakfast

January 26, 2012|Cathy Grantham | Around Maugansville
  • Top photo: From left, Chelsea McIntosh, fourth grade; Zeina Mustafa, fifth grade; art teacher Debbie Geis; Sopie Scheck, fourth grade; and Justin Samuda, third grade; display their art work for Red Ribbon Week at Maugansville Elementary School. Bottom photo: Maugansville Elementary School geography bee contestants, are, front row, fourth-graders Nicholas Carter, Hayden Sweeney, Ethan Fulton, Kylie Cunningham and Kamry Hunter. Back row, fifth-graders Daniel Marks, Rylan McNabb, Emmaleigh Morris, Zachary Berg and Andrew Jason.
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The community is invited to the Maugansville Ruritan Club’s all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast Saturday from 6:30 to 11 a.m.

The menu includes pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, sausage gravy, juice, coffee and tea.

Tickets cost $5.50 for adults, $3 for those ages 6 to 12 and are free for those 5 and younger.

The breakfast will take place at the Ruritan’s blue building on Maugans Avenue. Proceeds will benefit the Maugansville community.

Geography bee held

On Jan. 20, fourth- and fifth-grades at Maugansville Elementary School participated in the school geography bee.

All fourth- and fifth-graders were able to view the bee on the school’s streaming technology. Families were also able to view the contest through technology in the computer lab.

The first-place winner was fifth-grader Andrew Jason. The runner-up was fifth-grader Emmaleigh Morris, and Kylie Cunningham, a fourth-grader, took third place.

A special thank you goes to Dena Rodgers, the school’s enrichment teacher, for organizing the bee.

Poster contest winners named

Students at Maugansville Elementary participated in a poster contest to promote Red Ribbon Week, which was titled “Life is a Journey — Travel Drug Free.”

Winners won gift packs of school and art supplies and a yo-yo, which were donated by the PTA. This year’s grand prize winner was Sophie Scheck.

A special thank-you goes to art teacher Deb Geis for her guidance and effort in this project. Another thank-you goes to Karen King, school counselor, who organized and promoted the activity for Red Ribbon Week.

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