Pancake party! Community turns out for annual Lions Club event

The line for pancakes at the annual Lions Club Pancake Fry was a long and hungry one and volunteer chefs from the club dished out their best, above. Below, chvocolate chip pancakes were some of the most popular items on the menu and the volunteer chefs kept them coming. — John Ferris Robben photo

The line for pancakes at the annual Lions Club Pancake Fry was a long and hungry one and volunteer chefs from the club dished out their best, above. Below, chvocolate chip pancakes were some of the most popular items on the menu and the volunteer chefs kept them coming.
— John Ferris Robben photo

Who amongst us doesn’t enjoy a good pancake?

Judging from the attendance at the annual Old Greenwich Lions Club Pancake Fry earlier this month the answer is few and far between. The event, which was held for the 52nd time on March 10 at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, was once again a popular event featuring face painting, live music, door prizes, a raffle and, of course, lots and lots of pancakes.

The Lions Club, which is part of an international network of 1.3 million men and women over 205 countries and geographic areas, has been a presence in Old Greenwich for more than 75 years helping out with community events and charities. The pancake fry has been one of its most popular annual events and this year’s bash was no exception.

Post photographer John Ferris Robben was on hand for the event and more of his photos will be available online at Greenwich-post.com on Monday.

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