Those wanting to help their community, while eating stacks of pancakes, will have their chance this Saturday morning as the Noon Exchange Club holds its annual pancake breakfast at Applebee’s.
“It’s unlimited pancakes,” said project chair Sabrina Keeton of the event which will run from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the local Applebees off Smithville Highway. “It’s a great way to help children and to have a delicious breakfast.
She said the money raised during the fundraising breakfast will be spent helping local children.
“Proceeds raised this Saturday morning will go to make Christmas a little merrier for children who might not otherwise have anything under the tree,” Keeton said of Noon Exchange Club’s annual Children’s Christmas party that provides gifts, food, games, Bibles from the Gideons, and a visit from Santa.
“Not only are you getting the best pancakes around, but you’re doing it for a good cause,” Keeton said. “You have to eat breakfast anyway, it’s the most important meal of the day, so why not come out to Applebees and let us do all the work?”
Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Southern Standard or Security Federal or they are available at the door. Cost is $5.