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Pancake Dinner Benefits Children with Cerebral Palsy

The Penn State Rotaract Club, a club that provides four types of services,  club, vocational, community and international, is serving an “all-you-can-eat” Pancake dinner at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church on Tuesday April 19th at 5pm. The cost is only $5 and all proceeds benefit the Akaanksha Project.

The Akaanksha Project provides service for Akaanksha, a school in Bhopal, India for children with cerebral palsy.  The Rotaract club’s contribution raises money to provide transportation for the students to and from school.

Who can pass up pancakes for dinner, especially knowing that it is for a great cause? I’m surely going to bring my own Aunt Jemima syrup.

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