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Angelic Pancakes

Boulder City Cruisin’ Association members Darrell Caven, left, and Joe Reffner, right, join Tom Perkins, a member of the Boulder City Elks Lodge and car enthusiast, during Saturday morning’s pancake breakfast to benefit Emergency Aid of Boulder City’s Angel Tree program. The event, held at the Elks Lodge and organized by the car club, was attended by 125 people, raised $780 and brought in a pickup truck full of toys for children in need. COURTESY PHOTO

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