Saturday, September 21, 2019

Goodland GCA Pancake Breakfast

Both Friday and Saturday were record-setting days for the GCA’s Pancake Breakfast. Phtos by Natalie Strom

Both Friday and Saturday were record-setting days for the GCA’s Pancake Breakfast. Phtos by Natalie Strom

By Natalie Strom

natalie@coastalbreezenews.com

During the weekend of the Mullet Festival, the Goodland Civic

GCA Board Member Marziano Gizzi (center) made it a family affair, inviting his parents and aunt and uncle.

GCA Board Member Marziano Gizzi (center) made it a family affair, inviting his parents and aunt and uncle.

Association (GCA) hosted a two-day Pancake Breakfast to fill up patrons’ stomachs
Early morning duck hunters made a stop at the Community Center on Sunday to fill up on pancakes and sausage after a busy morning.

Early morning duck hunters made a stop at the Community Center on Sunday to fill up on pancakes and sausage after a busy morning.

before the big festivities. Members of the GCA host two pancake breakfasts
Members of the Goodland Civic Association volunteered their time to pour juice and coffee, flip pancakes, sizzle up sausages and gather raffle tickets.

Members of the Goodland Civic Association volunteered their time to pour juice and coffee, flip pancakes, sizzle up sausages and gather raffle tickets.

a year. This year, they broke their own record with a whopping
Jim Inglis and Dave Fuller man the griddle.

Jim Inglis and Dave Fuller man the griddle.

420 guests between the two days. There must be something in the
Peace and pancakes! Tara O’Neill and George Vellis prepare for a groovy time at the Goodland Community Center.

Peace and pancakes! Tara O’Neill and George Vellis prepare for a groovy time at the Goodland Community Center.

pancakes! Stop by the Goodland Community Center on March 2nd and 3rd for a second helping of the season.

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