White Mountains Regional High School Life Skills department held their second annual pancake breakfast on Saturday, November 17th, to benefit the students with special needs. Many people and companies donated items, including King Arthur Flour.

Special thanks to the students, parents,organizers and the United Methodist Church in Lancaster for another job well done.

My sister, Mark Kay Sartwell, trekked up from southern New Hampshire again this year to enjoy the King Arthur Flour pancakes, Cabot Creamery butter, Dunkin Donut coffee and real orange juice and maple syrup served up the north country way.

Trish Frenette and her son Camille.  

Ava Compton helping with the 50/50 tickets.

Matt Flaherty, Teacher Robin Mauro, Celine Temkkit, Mikayla Fahey, and Camille Frenette.

State Senator Jeff Woodburn, of Dalton, stopped by to support the event. Jeff is the Executive Director of the state council for Children with Chronic Health Conditions.

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