Prescott Sunup Rotary Club members celebrated the 100th anniversary of Rotary in Prescott by donating 100 "Kids Birthday Party in a Pan" kits to representatives of the Prescott Community Cupboard Food Bank during a presentation at the Hassayampa Hotel on November 15. 

The kits include cake mix, frosting, candles, a happy birthday card, banner and balloons, all packaged in a foil cake pan, and were an idea proposed by Sunup Rotarian Lisa Doherty, in response to President Laura Vanderberg's call for service projects that meet a need and give back to the Prescott community.

President Laura and Lisa Dougherty, the Project Chair, officially presented the Kids Birthday Party in a Pan packs to Prescott Community Cupboard Board Chair Lee Danaher.   The project enables struggling families being served by the food bank, to still celebrate their child's birthday with a card, a cake and balloons.

Above President Laura Vanderberg watches as Jane Ann Shimizu, Linda Ripley and Jane Dunham place the finishing club labels on the 100 Kids Birthday Party in a Pan packs before they were given to the Prescott Community Cupboard Food Bank.