Evergreen Club pancake breakfast

7:30-11 a.m. Saturday, March 12

Come one come all, and most importantly, come with an empty stomach to the upper Conference Hall of the Filberg Centre.

The Evergreen Club is inviting everyone out to their famous pancake breakfast from 7:30-11 a.m. Saturday, March 12.

For only $5 a person you will get your choice of beverage, and choice of buckwheat or buttermilk pancakes.

You also get bacon or sausages.

“Our Evergreen volunteers really know how to treat you well,” said volunteer co-ordinator Deanne McRae. “They will seat you at a table and treat you like royalty during your meal.”

Gather your friends and family and share in this all-age’s feast — and feel good about supporting the Evergreen Club.

Mark Saturday, March 12 down in your calendar.

For more information, call the Filberg office at 250-338-1000.

 

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