Rotary Club of Sarnia’s Pancake Breakfast takes place this Saturday

Fundraiser for club projects is longstanding tradition associated with Port Huron to Mackinac race

Rotarian Allen Ho has all the required equipment in hand for Saturday's pancake breakfast near the Blue Water Bridge.

It’s a tradition that Sarnia-Lambton residents and visitors alike look forward to every year and this Saturday (June 20) is the day.

We’re talking about the Rotary Club of Sarnia’s Pancake Breakfast and the fun begins bright and early at Point Edward’s Waterfront Park, adjacent to the Blue Water Bridges.

Club officials say the Pancake Breakfast tradition is one that goes back to 1982.

The charge for a breakfast of pancakes, sausage, and either coffee or juice is $7 for adults and $4 for children. Breakfast will be served from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.

The club this year is doing what it can to reduce its environmental footprint, including encouraging patrons to bring their own cutlery rather than the single-serving plastic. Anyone who brings their cutlery and a reusable plate will receive a ballot for a chance to win a tree, courtesy of DeGroot’s Nurseries.

Bluewater Trails is also partnering with the club in providing safe, supervised care of bicycles during the breakfast and race.

A sister club, the Rotaract Club of Sarnia, will be selling reusable water bottles for $5 each and regular bottles of water for $1 during the breakfast.

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