Now that we're in the middle of November it means it's time for Pancake Day.
For the 54th year Sertoma is hosting its annual Pancake Day Wednesday at Secrest Auditorium. Starting at 6:00 a.m. workers will begin cooking the thousands of pancakes that co-chairman, Russell Taylor, said will be served.
"Usually, on an average about 3,500 people will come through the door tomorrow and it averages out to about 18,000 pancakes," Taylor said. "You're looking at 300 boxes,...
One local club rewarded area students for their writing skills Tuesday night.
The Zanesville Sertoma Club hosted their annual Freedom Week Essay Contest. All eighth graders in the county wrote a 300 word essay on their freedoms and responsibilities as a U.S. citizen, and the winners were honored at a dinner. Commissioner Jerry Lavy said the kids enjoy the writing project, because there is motivation to win.
"Winners from those perspective schools receive a 50 dollar cash...
With steam billowing out of the Secrest Auditorium, there is no doubt Wednesday is SERTOMA Pancake Day in Zanesville.
With Thanksgiving Day right around the corner, the Y-city gobbled up its own annual day long feast. While the weather was a little dreary early, that didn't stop hungry stomachs from making their way in for their share of breakfast treats.
"This is a rarity in a community this size. For it to be the 51st year and the attendance doesn't drop off. It's...
More than 1,100 eighth graders from around Muskingum County got their shot to win a scholarship from the service group SERTOMA.
SEROTMA sponsors the Freedom Essay Project each year in February to coincide with students' learning about President's Day.
"We provided them with a copy of the U.S. Constitution or the Bill of Rights and they were to write a 300 word essay on what their freedom and responsibilities are as a U.S. citizen," said Chairman Jerry...
It's all about pancakes today in downtown Zanesville. The 50th annual Sertoma Pancake Day is taking place in the basement of Secrest Auditorium. WHIZ's Ashley Drane has the sweet details of an event that raises a lot of money for the community.
Secretary of the club, Mike Maniaci, says it's all for the kids.
"I enjoy helping to make the community money and part of that goes to help Big Brothers, Big Sisters among other local youth groups," says Maniaci.