‘Flap Jack’ Visits Rotary Club Of Los Alamos

‘Flap Jack’ poses with Rotary Club of Los Alamos President Alison Pannell, left, and fellow Santa Fe Rotarians Dick Jones and Deborah Simon. Photo by Linda Hull

Vice President
Rotary Club of Los Alamos

Flap Jack, the mascot of Pancakes on the Plaza, a fundraiser held every Fourth of July on the Santa Fe Plaza to benefit the service projects of the Rotary Club of Santa Fe, paid a friendly visit a recent meeting of the Rotary Club of Los Alamos.  He and fellow Santa Fe Rotarians, Dick Jones and Deborah Simon, enjoyed a moment with Los Alamos Club President Alison Pannell before the meeting began.  Flap Jack is already recruiting next year’s hungry crowd and is competing with Rotary District Governor John Drusedum to see who can visit more Rotary Clubs and other organizations before June 30, 2023.

The Rotary Club of Santa Fe has hosted Pancakes on the Plaza for 45 years and has raised over $100,000 each year to support children and families in Northern New Mexico.  For the next four years, the Santa Fe Club is partnering with the Santa Fe Children’s Museum and YouthWorks to work on special projects.  It’s not too early to plan ahead for this delicious, worthwhile event!  Go to www.PancakesOnThePlaza.com for more information.