Early in the morning on Friday October 25, Burney Lions were out in the cool air grilling pancakes and sausages for a preschool Red Ribbon breakfast.
Lions Kenny Hiller, Scott Nedved, Rick Dougherty, Zach Harper, and Cory Daum flipping cakes in the early morn
The community breakfast, sponsored by the Burney PTA, was part of Red Ribbon Week, a “celebration for students choosing to be drug free.”
Folks line up for pancakes and sausages
Fifth grade teacher Stacey Bower organized this week’s activities. Teachers and PTA members helped to serve the meal.
Burney Elementary Teachers Amber Urlie, Stacey Bower, and Jenny Arsenau
The theme for this year was “Life is a Journey. Travel Drug Free.” The weeks activities began with a flag salute at the flag pole. During the week, every class in the elementary school prepared a red ribbon to hang in the hall.
Each elementary school class made a red ribbon
Speaking of the breakfast, Bower said, “We are very fortunate to have the partnership with the Lions. It provides a wonderful opportunity for the community to come into the school.”
In addition to parents, children, teachers, friends, and school supporters, several Raiders’ cheerleaders from Burney High School came to add pep to the gathering.
Raiders cheerleaders Brianna and Clarissa came to cheer kids on
It was a great way to start a day on the journey of life.
A red ribbon table full of happy faces