Kiwanis 39th Annual Pancake Breakfast Helps Kids

The 39th Annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast is Saturday from 6:30 am to 10:30 am at the Buster Brown Community Center across from the High School in Greenville.

 

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — “Five dollars all you can eat pancakes, bacon, sausage, and you can also get some chocolate milk, juice, and coffee.” That’s local Kiwanis Club President Tommy Tatum on the 39th Annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast scheduled for tomorrow from 6:30 am to 10:30 am at the Buster Brown Community Center across from the High School in Greenville. “This is our only fundraiser of the year in which we collect funds for us to distribute to kids groups throughout the Delta,” Tatum says the Kiwanis are hoping to raise $10,000 dollars from the breakfast this year. “All the money from the pancake breakfast does go to help kids with scholarships, going on church camp meetings, and all kinds of things like that.” The Kiwanis expects to serve more than 1,500 breakfasts. Bing’s County Market donated supplies including the pancake batter, and syrup. The bacon is courtesy of the Trop Casino Greenville, and Sherman’s restaurant donated the “to go” butters and syrups with Kiwanis club funds picking up the rest. Kiwanis member Shawn Matthews will be cooking, too. “I’d encourage people to come out and support our local pancake breakfast, for a great cause, and enjoy the best breakfast at the least expensive price anywhere in town.”

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