FCCLA has a big turnout on pancake feed

The FCCLA pancake feed was held on Friday, September 14th to start off the day of Homecoming. 25 FCCLA members helped to put on the breakfast.

Tammi Mans FCCLA advisor said that this year there was a bigger turnout compared to last year. It is estimated that a little over 150 students ate the breakfast this year as opposed to last year’s turnout of around 75 FHS students.

“We definitely need to have a little more sausage on hand.” Said Mans, “Shawn Schroeder always donates the sausage for the event as a way to give back to the school during Homecoming week. We are very appreciative of that. I just had no idea we would double the number of students served.”

Despite running out of sausage many students still got their share of pancakes. Once they ran out of sausage the club decided to let students get an extra pancake to make up for not getting the sausage.

“I [would like] to thank the student body for such [a] great participation in the pancake feed. I also want to thank the high school faculty and staff for working with me to ensure students were able to participate. All of your support of FCCLA is greatly appreciated. And last but not least, we will have enough sausage next year!!” said Mans.


Claire Shumard ’20 serving pancakes to Mikaya Lierman ’23 at the FCCLA Pancake Feed. The Pancake Feed this year ended up doubling its numbers from last year. Photo by B. Novotny


Dawson Kubes ’20 pours syrup over his stack of pancakes. After running out of sausage, students received an extra pancake. Photo by B. Novotny