Photos courtesy Peggy Georgi
Last year’s breakfast was a success and this year’s is looking to be too!
Photos courtesy Peggy Georgi Last year’s breakfast was a success and this year’s is looking to be too!
The Kiwanis Club of Cicero will be honoring local veterans with a special breakfast and program on Saturday, Nov. 9 at the Cicero United Wesleyan Church located at 210 Washington Avenue. The breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. followed by a special program featuring former United States Marine and prisoner of war survivor, Larry Clark. The program concludes at 10 a.m.
The annual Veterans’ breakfast, now it its 11th year, is free to local veterans and their guests. Breakfast for all other visitors is $5 per person. Members of the Hamilton Heights Key, Builders and K-Kids Clubs will be partnering with the Cicero Kiwanis to help with this year’s breakfast.
“The event is designed to honor area veterans for their contributions to their communities and nation,” said Mitch Russell, President, Cicero Kiwanis. “We believe it’s important to honor all those who have sacrificed for our freedoms that we all share today. This complimentary breakfast is a small way we can share our appreciation for our veteran’s service and contributions in peace and war.”
RSVP's for the Veterans’ breakfast can be sent by email to or by calling our RVSP "hotline" at 317-678-0713 and leave a message with their name and number of guests attending.
Cicero Kiwanis Club is part of the Sycamore South Division of Indiana District of Kiwanis. Its members are volunteers committed to improving the world one child and one community at a time. The Club provides scholarships to graduating High School students, grants for play and educational equipment, supports the local school corporation, local Boy and Girl Scouts, Riley Hospital for Children, and much more. The Cicero Kiwanis meet Saturdays at 7:30 a.m. at the Red Bridge Park Community Building in Cicero. Drop in any Saturday to learn more about the club or email
Photo caption: The Kiwanis Club of Cicero invites local veterans and their guests to enjoy a homecooked breakfast in their honor on Saturday, November 9. The event brings veterans from all branches in their honor of their contributions and service. Larry Clark, a United States Marine, who fought in Vietnam and was a prisoner of war, is the guest speaker.