Aktion Club of Opportunity House made the rounds on March 8, helping out and having fun. A crew of members began the morning at the DeKalb Kiwanis' 53rd annual pancake breakfast at DeKalb High School. More than 600 plates of pancakes and sausage were dished up, with the majority of people asking for seconds. Aktion Club members enjoyed setting tables, clearing dishes, serving seconds and socializing with patrons. Lunchtime found club members enjoying pizza and pop while bowling in their fifth annual roll-off with the Kishwaukee Kiwanis Club at Mardi Gras Lanes. To help the fundraising efforts of Big Brothers Big Sisters' annual Bowl for Kids' Sake, the two teams together contributed donations in excess of $1,100. April will find the club hosting a “toga party” at River Heights Golf Club on April 4, helping the Kishwaukee Kiwanis with their Rock, Paper, Scissors event on April 5, assisting the Sycamore Kiwanis Club with its Big Breakfast on April 12 and pitching in for the Bike Pathway Clean-up on April 19. Aktion Club is an active service organization comprised of members with disabilities. Chartered in 2003, Aktion Club is a member of Kiwanis International and is co-sponsored by Kishwaukee Kiwanis, DeKalb Kiwanis and Sycamore Kiwanis Clubs. For information about Aktion Club or the events mentioned, contact Chanette Oeser at 815-895-5108, ext. 107.