The local community got their fill of flap jacks Wednesday.
Sertoma Pancake Day continued until 7 p.m. and they saw quite the crowd but Sertoma Pancake Day Co- Chair Russell Taylor said that after this many years serving hot-cakes at this capacity, it’s not problem for the club..
"This is roughly the 56th year we’ve done this and it’s been so well refined over the years, it’s almost like a cake walk," said Taylor.
Tickets are just $8.00 at the doors and it grants all you can eat pancakes, sausage, as well as orange juice and milk. All the money raised will aid Sertoma in their efforts to help the hearing impaired, grant scholarships to high school students, and support various non-profits in the local community. Russell said Sertoma’s goal is to simply help human-kind.
"It’s just our way to give back to the community that gives to us all year and we take the money and we help other people in the community and it’s the greater good that we can do for other people," said Taylor.
Pancake day will return next year.