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Date: Saturday, April 6, 2019
Location: War Memorial Building in Jim Barnett Park
Time: 7am to 7pm


Blue Ridge Hospice announced today that it has been named the major beneficiary of the annual Kiwanis Spring Community Pancake Day. This annual event will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2019, from 7 AM – 7 PM at the War Memorial Building in Jim Barnett Park. The Winchester Kiwanis Club has been serving pancakes and sausage for over fifty years.

According to Constance Morrison, President & CEO of Blue Ridge Hospice, “We are thrilled to be chosen as the major beneficiary of the Pancake Day event. We are thankful to the Winchester Kiwanis Club for this stellar example of community service and leadership, and are thrilled, as a 501(c)3 nonprofit, to use the donations raised through the pancake day, to ensure ALL members of the greater Winchester Community can receive the end-of-life quality care our over 250 staff members provide daily to our patients. The Kiwanis Pancake Day event is a labor of love, and Blue Ridge Hospice loves to provide our patients and their families the love, care, and respect they deserve.”

Advanced sale tickets are $6.00. Tickets at the door will be adults $7.00, children 4-6 $3.00 and children 3 and under are free. Advance sale tickets can be purchased from any member of the Kiwanis club and the following outlets: Steamy’s Restaurant, Gore’s Meat, Stonewall Mini-storage, Winchester Restaurant Supply, Fremont Street Nursery, Blue Ridge Hospice Thrift Shops, Body Renew, 0-60 Café and Veach Insurance. The Kiwanis Club has served over 700,000 pancakes since the start of this event in 1957. The 2018 Pancake day raised over $50,000 that was reinvested back into the greater Winchester Community.