Pancake Day

Coffee, milk and juice are served in the dining area. Come and enjoy some food and fun!

A big Thank You to all the businesses and individuals who made this year’s Spring Pancake Day an incredible success. We cooked and served a literal ton of sausage and thousands of pancakes to thousands of people in our community.

Multiple cooking stations and roving coffee servers make the line move fast.

It’s the money from this labor of love that enables the Kiwanis Club of Winchester to support worthy causes throughout the year. In fact 15% of the net from this event is already earmarked for the Highland Food Pantry, a life saving food provider situated right in the heart of Winchester. Highland certainly earned it by providing loads of help at the event and by selling way more advance-sale tickets than they had to.

Fine dining in the gym.

The Fall Pancake Day will be in November at the same location which is the War Memorial Building in Jim Barnett Park.

Non-perishable food donations will be accepted at the door for distribution to our community.

Master Pancake Chef Dr. Tom Gromling.
Carry Out comes with free smiles!

Over 2,500 pounds of Gore’s sausage and 1,000’s of pancakes make this day a true labor of love.

For the Fall event our major beneficiary will be the Olive Branch Food Pantry located at Victory Church. That means they will be helping us with the prep and serving and in exchange they receive 15% of the net proceeds for their organization.