Colts Neck Lions Club funded Service Dog Zildjian (pronounced "Zil Gin")
Veteran John Caporaso at Hanlon K-9 picked up his new best friend, Zildjian (pronounced "Zil Gin")

COLTS NECK, NJ – The Colts Neck Lions Club is excited to host our 27th Annual Pancake Breakfast. During the event, we will be serving a delicious breakfast for hundreds of patrons for only $5 per adult and $3 per child and $3 for seniors. This year the Pancake Breakfast proceeds will be donated to two important causes:

•       Kateri Day Camp, a full day, seven-week summer camp serving children ages 5-13. The camp is a program of Collier Youth Services in Wickatunk, NJ.

•       Funding a service dog for a wounded veteran. This will be our second sponsorship to match and train a service dog with a veteran in need.

The Colts Neck Lions Club previously raised funds in coordination with the AUSA Monmouth Chapter to purchase a service dog for a military veteran in Monmouth County. Our military veteran finally received his dog recently and Veteran John Caporaso at Hanlon K-9 picked up his new best friend, Zildjian (pronounced “Zil Gin”).

Colts Neck Lions Club Pancake Breakfast
Colts Neck Lions Club Pancake Breakfast

About the Colts Neck Lions Club

The Colts Neck Lions Club has 55 members and meets on the first Monday of the month at 7 pm at Huddy’s Inn in Colts Neck, NJ. The Lions clubs are a group of men and women who identify needs within the community and work together to fulfill those needs.  To learn more about the Colts Neck Lions Club please join us for one of our upcoming meetings on the third Monday of every month @ 7:00pm at Huddy’s Inn.  We look forward to serving the community!  Please follow our facebook page for up-to-date information or visit our website www.coltsnecklionsclub.us


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