By Maya Goodwin, News Writer

On February 11, 2012, the Young King’s Club had their 2nd annual pancake breakfast. The breakfast was held at Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar on O’Neil Court from 8 to 10 A.M. Admission was $5.00.  Members heard a speaker at the breakfast from Dream Enterprises, Mr. Eric Artmus. The purpose of the breakfast was to show the community that young black men are capable of hard work and dedication.

“I think our event was very successful because we raised money for our group, and we also got new mentors,” Junior Titus Hopkins said.

Everyone was able to work together and stay on task. The young men kept the attendees entertained with great service. The food was made to perfection and was very good.

“I think some things could have been improved; the food could have been prepared a little faster,” Freshman Robert Entminger said.

The group’s founder, Mrs. Charity Ntiasagwe, also helped the Young Kings accomplish their goals of a successful breakfast. She organized the whole thing so that everything would run smoothly.

“If there was one thing that I could tell people about the breakfast, that would be to please come to the next one,” Sophomore D’Vaughn Kelley said.

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