St. Patrick's Day breakfast nets more than $1,300 for King's Daughters
SIDNEY -- The green was plentiful early this St. Patrick's Day, including that offered in support of the King's Daughters Friday morning.
The morning started at 6 a.m. with early risers arriving at The Rock with the sun, and an offer of a plate of scrambled eggs, bacon and pancakes.
The King's Daughters is an organization that has a 132-year history of service to the charitable needs of Cheyenne County. The Sidney Wide Awake Circle of King's Daughters was founded in 1891 by military wives of Ft. Sidney soldiers. Some of the projects the King's Daughters are involved in include: Christmas Outreach: Treat bags/cookie trays/ OHD sacks- to shut ins, elderly, those in need of cheer in their lives Poinsettias – to those who lost a spouse or child during the year Christmas Décor and small gifts – to nursing/assisted living centers Food boxes – (entire meal and staple items) to approximately 180+ local families in need.
The celebration, furnished by Sutton Home Gallery, continued through the day with The Rock's regular menu and corned beef and cabbage as a special.
Dave Weiderspon's won club seats to the Shania Twain concert on May 19 at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln when his name was drawn from The Big Boy's registration box towards the end of the 13-hour broadcast day.