Booster Club Breakfast raises money for LCHS Girls Basketball Program

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[January 23, 2017]     Send a link to a friend  Share

On Sunday morning the Lincoln Community High School Girls Basketball Boosters hosted a pancake breakfast fundraiser. The tables filled early with hungry guests and continued to empty and fill again throughout the morning. While actual attendance would be determined through the cash count at the end of the day, one Booster/Volunteer said that at 10 a.m. enough food had been prepared for about 600 meals. The funds raised will go to support various items for the team including financing a trip to the Notre Dame Team Camp.

Richmond said she was pleased to see so many people come out and support the team. The money earned by the boosters will finance the Notre Dame Camp, but may also be used to purchase new uniforms for some of the team, for travel gear, or equipment.

Richmond has been with the team five years, and is pleased with the performance of the girls, noting they had a very good year last year, and again this year.

Pictures by Nila Smith

At the front of the house, team members were busy taking admission at the door, serving up sausages, and biscuits and gravy. Others worked to bus tables as dinners left and new comers took their place.




One of Logan County's best-known pancake makers, Claude VanFossan, was kept busy at the pancake griddle filling orders for hungry folks.

In the middle of the room, GBB Booster Deb Rohrer and Basketball Coach Taylor Richmond kept watch over the ongoing bake sale. By the third hour of the day, most of the items had been snatched up.




In the kitchen area, booster volunteers were busy baking biscuits, cooking sausages, and making gravy. One basketball member was busy at a second pancake griddle, fixing up pancakes for carry-out boxes being put together by yet another booster volunteer.


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