Delaware leaders devour pancakes for charity at annual charity breakfast


Woodward Elementary School Principal Ryan Malany faces off against Carlisle Elementary School Principal Paula Vertikoff Saturday morning during the Delaware Lions Club 66th Annual Pancake Breakfast. The panking eating competition was part of the charity event which aims to raise money to help visually impaired students. The Lions Club reported at the event that the money from this year’s event would go to purchase a Pilot Dog. Malany won his round of competition after eating eight pancakes.

Woodward Elementary School Principal Ryan Malany faces off against Carlisle Elementary School Principal Paula Vertikoff Saturday morning during the Delaware Lions Club 66th Annual Pancake Breakfast. The panking eating competition was part of the charity event which aims to raise money to help visually impaired students. The Lions Club reported at the event that the money from this year’s event would go to purchase a Pilot Dog. Malany won his round of competition after eating eight pancakes.


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Schultz Elementary Principal Travis Woodworth (left), Delaware Hayes High School Principle Richard Stranges (second from right) and Dempsey Middle School Principal Dan Bartha (right) marvel at Delaware Superintendent Paul Craft’s (second from left) second consecutive pancake eating contest victory. Craft defended his title by eating eight and a half pancakes Saturday during the contest.


Glenn Battishill | The Gazette

Woodward Elementary School Principal Ryan Malany faces off against Carlisle Elementary School Principal Paula Vertikoff Saturday morning during the Delaware Lions Club 66th Annual Pancake Breakfast. The panking eating competition was part of the charity event which aims to raise money to help visually impaired students. The Lions Club reported at the event that the money from this year’s event would go to purchase a Pilot Dog. Malany won his round of competition after eating eight pancakes.

Schultz Elementary Principal Travis Woodworth (left), Delaware Hayes High School Principle Richard Stranges (second from right) and Dempsey Middle School Principal Dan Bartha (right) marvel at Delaware Superintendent Paul Craft’s (second from left) second consecutive pancake eating contest victory. Craft defended his title by eating eight and a half pancakes Saturday during the contest.

Woodward Elementary School Principal Ryan Malany faces off against Carlisle Elementary School Principal Paula Vertikoff Saturday morning during the Delaware Lions Club 66th Annual Pancake Breakfast. The panking eating competition was part of the charity event which aims to raise money to help visually impaired students. The Lions Club reported at the event that the money from this year’s event would go to purchase a Pilot Dog. Malany won his round of competition after eating eight pancakes.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/02/web1_DSC_1359.jpgWoodward Elementary School Principal Ryan Malany faces off against Carlisle Elementary School Principal Paula Vertikoff Saturday morning during the Delaware Lions Club 66th Annual Pancake Breakfast. The panking eating competition was part of the charity event which aims to raise money to help visually impaired students. The Lions Club reported at the event that the money from this year’s event would go to purchase a Pilot Dog. Malany won his round of competition after eating eight pancakes. Glenn Battishill | The Gazette

Schultz Elementary Principal Travis Woodworth (left), Delaware Hayes High School Principle Richard Stranges (second from right) and Dempsey Middle School Principal Dan Bartha (right) marvel at Delaware Superintendent Paul Craft’s (second from left) second consecutive pancake eating contest victory. Craft defended his title by eating eight and a half pancakes Saturday during the contest.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/02/web1_DSC_1419.jpgSchultz Elementary Principal Travis Woodworth (left), Delaware Hayes High School Principle Richard Stranges (second from right) and Dempsey Middle School Principal Dan Bartha (right) marvel at Delaware Superintendent Paul Craft’s (second from left) second consecutive pancake eating contest victory. Craft defended his title by eating eight and a half pancakes Saturday during the contest. Glenn Battishill | The Gazette