City Schools Foundation hosts pancake supper at Jack’s
The Demopolis City Schools Foundation hosted their annual pancake supper Tuesday evening at Jack’s.
This year, the Foundation sold 315 tickets, which is an increase from last year according to DCSF Director Amanda Barnes. The tickets were $5, and the funds generated from the event will go directly to the classroom grants program. Grants go to fund classroom requests from teachers in efforts to enhance the classroom experience.
During the pancake supper each year, members of the Demopolis High School football team come out for a pancake eating contest. The players are given three and a half minutes to eat as many pancakes as they can.
Sam Renner claimed this years’ title by eating 11 and a half pancakes in the allotted time. Matt Dauphin finished second by eating nine and a half pancakes. Tyler Colburn ate nine, Tyler Overstreet ate eight, KeSean Bell ate six and a half and Davontae May ate three and a half.
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