Pancakes yum for all

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Virginia resident, Evie Arharidis, tucks into a pancake with local, Evelyn Dyer.

A belated Shrove Tuesday was celebrated by Two Wells Uniting Church with pancakes, tea and coffee and a trading table held on Friday March 22.

Setting up outside the Post Office once again, the dedicated band of happy volunteers kept the hot pancakes coming and warmed a hand or two with a steaming mug of coffee.

There were also many goodies on offer at the neighbouring Red Cross trading table.

Last month the group helped stage a successful pancake day at Two Wells Primary School and funds raised from this event will be added to the almost $800 raised so far.

All proceeds will go to Uniting Care in Gawler.

(Main photo: Two Wells Uniting Church volunteers Anne Arbon and Roy Packer.)

 

Pam Duncan and one-year-old granddaughter Ella Shipton helps man the pancake stall.
Pam Duncan and one-year-old granddaughter Ella Shipton helps man the pancake stall.
Three-year-old Chelsea O’Brien enjoys lemon and sugar on her pancake
Three-year-old Chelsea O’Brien enjoys lemon and sugar on her pancake

 

 

 

 

Bec O’Brien joined the Echo team in 2011and has a degree in journalism from the University of South Australia. She has worked at the Port Lincoln Times newspaper, written for the Tennis SA magazine and in the past has been heard reading the news on 3D radio.Bec is also a fully qualified primary school teacher and combines her love of writing, photography and learning with her role at the Echo.She enjoys the connections she makes with the people in her community and is always keen to see a good story shared.Bec and husband Kieren live in Two Wells with their three young daughters, one dog and a pony.