The Evergreen Club’s pancake breakfast will be served buffet style this year.

Courtenay Evergreen Club’s pancake breakfast buffet Saturday

The Evergreen Club is hosting a buffet-style pancake breakfast from 7:30-11 a.m. Saturday, April 7.

This everyone welcome event is in the Conference Hall at the Filberg Centre. For only $5, you will get your choice of beverages (juices, tea and coffee) and choice of buckwheat or buttermilk pancakes. You also get Hertl bacon and/or sausages.

Volunteers will be on hand to offer assistance with the buffet for anyone with mobility issues.

“Our Evergreen volunteers really know how to treat you well,” said Evergreen Club volunteer, Jackie Simon. “The meal is inexpensive and the smiles are free. It’s such a nice family-friendly event. In fact, my granddaughter Annie will help at the door.”

For more info call 250-338-1000 or see

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