19th Annual Pancake Benefit for South Dakota Achieve: The Morning Show Interview
by Phil McIlrath, KDLT News
March 31, 2011 8:15 AM
Well for some it just wouldn't be Sunday morning without one of America's favorite fluffy foods.
Of course I'm talking about pancakes, and if you're a fan of the flapjack, and looking to support a great cause with a healthy appetite an event coming up this Sunday might just have your name all over it.
Linda Wittrock-Eidem Joined us this morning to tell us more about the 19th Annual Pancake Benefit for South Dakota Achieve.
South Dakota Achieve is an organization designed to help individuals with disabilities achieve their dreams.
South Dakota Achieve was founded over 52 years ago by families who wanted options for their children other than institutions.
The organization serves people from ages 17-80 years of age and from 22 different counties in South Dakota.
The main mission is to help people with disabilities gain independence, learn everyday skills, become involved in their communities and live a healthy life.
All the funds raised by the Pancake Benefit go to fund programs by South Dakota Achieve provide housing for those with disabilities to live independently and within their own community. Funds also go towards training and growth classes along with speech and language services for the deaf, employment training, and medical and therapeutic services.
If you would like to help this organization financially or by volunteering you can call (605)-274-1331 or visit
If you would like to attend the Pancake Benefit here are the details:
19th Annual Pancake Benefit
Sunday, April 3rd
7:30 AM- 2:00 PM
515 N. Main Ave
Downtown Sioux Falls
$5 Admission, Children 5 and Under are Free