Plan for weekend breakfast at Castlegar Sunfest

Rotarians have the whole hot and tasty event planned now for this weekend.

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Join the Castlegar Rotary Club for their annual pancake breakfast in the Kootenay Market parking lot on Saturday, June 1 from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and on Sunday, June 2 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Breakfast is $6 per person and includes sausage, eggs, pancakes and juice or coffee. “Long-time residents really look forward to this social event, which has been taking place for over 50 years,” said Rotarian Dan Rye. “It’s a great chance for people to visit with friends and neighbours they may only see once a year.”

Proceeds help fund local and international projects such as the digital mammography campaign at the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital, heart monitor at the Castlegar Health Centre, the gazebo and patio at Talarico Place, the Rotary Fitness Park at Twin Rivers Park, the highway interchange fountain in Castlegar, wheelchairs for the Red Cross, the skateboard park, the Selkirk College Single Parent Bursary and PolioPlus—worldwide eradication of Polio.

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