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Moon holds breakfast, cookie walk

| Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012, 11:37 a.m.
In the Moon High School cafeteria, freshman band member Ben Worst serves hungry customers Jon Kleer, 14, and his sister, Alex, during the Moon Band's holiday pancake breakfast and cookie walk on Saturday, December 15, 2012. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
In the Moon High School cafeteria, festively dressed band junior Jonathon Muise plays violin with the chamber string orchestra during the Moon Band's holiday pancake breakfast and cookie walk on Saturday, December 15, 2012. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
In the Moon High School cafeteria, band junior Eric Homol plays bass with the chamber string orchestra during the Moon Band's holiday pancake breakfast and cookie walk, Saturday, December 15th, 2012. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
In the Moon High School cafeteria, Olivia Wall, 12, takes a big bite as she and her family enjoy breakfast during the Moon Band's holiday pancake breakfast and cookie walk on Saturday, December 15, 2012. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Just outside the Moon High School cafeteria, Joann McMahon, of Kennedy, smiles as she selects from the assortment of cookies offered during the Moon Band's holiday pancake breakfast and cookie walk, Saturday, December 15th, 2012. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review

The Moon Area High School band held its pancake breakfast and cookie walk on Dec. 15, allowing patrons to get their holiday carb load on while assisting the band. This was the second year for the fundraiser, which drew about 175 patrons, said band director Nick Barthen. The amount raised had not yet been calculated.

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