Teaching kids to take orders, serve food, bus tables and other skills while raising money is how the Howard 4-H Club came to hold its annual Super Bowl pancake breakfast. Held at Joe VanAlen Hall at the Madera Fairgrounds about 350 people were served between 8 and 11 a.m. on Sunday.
“Instead of just selling tickets or candy I wanted the members to learn a skill,” said Joann Ylarregui who founded the project more than three decades ago.
The tickets for the event were donated by Round Table Pizza, with a $3 off pizza coupon on each one. Tickets were adults, $5.50 and kids, $3.50. Takeout meals were also available at the same price.
The club hoped to raise about $1,200 after expenses, said Pauline Galleano, one of the adult club leaders...