Negaunee Lions Club pancake breakfast

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NEGAUNEE, MIch. (WLUC) - The Negaunee Lions Club celebrated 51 years of philanthropy with their annual Spring Pancake Breakfast Sunday. From 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Lakeview Elementary School, you could get endless pancakes, sausage, and eggs.

Tickets for the breakfast were $7.50 per person or $25 for a whole family. Proceeds raised during the breakfast will support various community organizations such as Bay Cliff Health Camp, Negaunee High School, and the United Way.

"The Lions Club is the largest international service organization in the world and they were founded on site projects. We still support some of those like Leader Dog for the Blind, but we also do a lot for local community service groups,” said Negaunee Lions Club President, Mark Pynnonen.

The Negaunee Lions Club members estimate that they help upwards of 30 different organizations.

More than 500 people took advantage of the yummy breakfast.