Today: Jul 21 , 2019

Get Ready for the 39th Annual Pancake Breakfast!

It’s time for the best pancake breakfast in town!

Once again, the Prescott area Lions and Lioness Clubs are gearing up to serve you a delicious breakfast of pancakes and sausage. For only $6 per person (kids eat free!) you get pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee. Plus entertainment by the venerable Sky Daddy band. And it’s all for a great cause - the proceeds benefit local charities. 

This outdoor breakfast starts at 7 AM for you early risers, but sleepyheads can still partake up to 11 AM. Eat under the tents at the First Congregational Church parking lot. 

Pancake Breakfast Details

What:  39th Annual Pancake Breakfast 

Who:  Prescott Area Lions and Lioness Clubs.  (Prescott Sunrise Lions Club, Prescott Noon Lions Club, Prescott Evening Lions Club and Prescott Noon Lioness Club)

When:  Saturday June 8th, 2019.  7:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.

Where:  First Congregational Church, 216 E. Gurley St. (at Alarcon St.), Prescott, AZ

The breakfast is outdoors, under a large sun-shaded canopy,  in the church parking lot behind the church.  Access to the breakfast is from Alarcon St. where there is a ticket table at the entrance to the church parking lot.

Cost:  $6.00 per person.  Children under 12 are free.  Tickets can be purchased ahead of time or at the door.

Chairman:  Lion Steve Byers

Menu:  Pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee

Proceeds donated to following local charities:  

  • People who Care
  • Guide Dogs of the Desert
  • Lions of Yavapai Mobile Eye Care Van

Name of band performing this year:  Sky Daddy (same as last year)

Parking:  On the streets around the church (Alarcon, East Gurley, East Willis, Pleasant and Marina).  Parking also available at the Washington St. School Administration building parking lot across the street



Buz Williams, Opinion Columnist

Richard F. "Buz" Williams was born into a police family.  His father, both grandfathers, a great uncle and a cousin were all on the Los Angeles Police Department and he also had an uncle on the Hawthorne, California Police Department.  Buz served for 29 years on the Long Beach, California Police Department were he worked Patrol, Juvenile, Vice, Auto Theft and Gangs.  He retired in December of 2002.  Buz has been married to his wife Judi for 44 years.  They have two grown sons who live in Southern California with their families, which include two daughter-in-laws, three grandsons and a granddaughter.  Buz and Judi have lived in Prescott since 2004.

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