b'Pancake Breakfast& Vintage Snowmobile ShowThe High Ledge SnowStormers held their annual Landowner Appreciation Pancake Breakfast early February in Proctor. Each year, Franklins restaurant generously donates the location and use of the kitchen to this fun family event. This year, the SnowStormers added a vintage snowmobile show to the activities, which also included a silent auction, gun raffle, 50/50 and activities for kids. Bacon, sausage, eggs, corned beef hash, home fries and pancakes completed the delicious and free menu. Morgan McMahon, 6; Teaghan Clark, 7; Maddie Bent, 10; Macie Treasurer Marty Maher, President Chris Clark and Trailmaster DaveHill, 5; and Aiden Clark, 10, show off their snowmobile-themed Bent offered rides in the clubs unique groomer.coloring pages. Macie Hill now rides the same 1978 Arctic Cat Kitty Cat that herLandowner Doug Hard piles his plate while club volunteer Patty mother, Dawn, rode as a kid! Clark refills the maple syrup. Andrea Miglorie and her son, Jack, attendedTrailmaster Dave Clark gives club the event. Andreas husband brought twoRick Reed and his son, Alex, are Proctorfounder Ray Beyette Sr. a ride in the antique snowmobiles to display.residents who support the club. groomer.(Beth Godin photos)20 | Snowmobile VERMONT'