Civitan Area Eight Director Modest Keenan said the sale will be held at Mon-Aetna Baptist Church with meals served from 7 a.m.-9 a.m., 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and 5 p.m.-7 p.m. On the menu will be milk, organge juice, coffee, bacon, sausage and, of course, pancakes.
“It’s all you can eat for $5,” Civitan President-Elect Sherri McCutcheon said.
In addition to Mon-Aetna, which is allowing the club to use its kitchen and fellowship hall, the pancake sale has drawn widespread support from throughout the community for the club’s efforts to raise funds for local organizations supported by the Civitans. Those organizations include Special Olympics, Union Services and Union Disabilities and Special Needs. Some of the funds raised will be sent to the Civitan International Research Center at the University of Alabama. The center does research to help those challenged by developmental disabilities.