Kiwanis pancake supper offers taste, games and art

Saturday, April 21, 2018
Monett Central Park Elementary fourth grader Hannah Parris showed her drawing exhibited in the elementary art show to her mom, Brandi Parris, part of the Monett Kiwanis Club’s pancake dinner, held Thursday at the Scott Regional Technology Center. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com

Kids attending the Monett Kiwanis Club’s pancake dinner on Thursday could engage in a number of activities.

Kids attending the Monett Kiwanis Club’s pancake dinner on Thursday could engage in a number of activities. One of the favorites was Rabbit and the Possom. According to music teacher Rachel Murad, right, the game is like Marco Polo, where the kids sang a song, each telling a story, then proceeded to work on a skill, such as listening and hunting. A blindfolded student is pictured trying to catch another student who gives a verbal cue then scurries out of range. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com
The Monett Kiwanis Club’s pancake supper on Thursday offered something for many tastes. Lydia, 3, followed mom Therese Marchlewski to get her goodies, but her hankering, according to Mom, was not for the pancakes, but for the sausage patties. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com