The Sandy Kiwanis Cruise-In is back, and club members are ready for a flapjack-flipping good time.
Everyone is invited to peruse a collection of classic cars and enjoy a pancake breakfast provided by the local Kiwanians from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, July 21, at Oral Hull Park, 43233 S.E. Oral Hull Park Road.
The breakfast — including pancakes, eggs and ham — is back after a hiatus last year, with DJ Anderson, aka "Flapjack," helping serve up plates at $8 for adults and $4 for children.
Admission to the cruise-in is free of charge.
"I'm looking forward to having the breakfast back," said club Vice President Cheryl Richardson, who is coordinating the event. "Last year a lot of people missed that and we're looking forward to providing that for the community again. It's a small-town event and it's enjoyable to know the whole community comes together for it."
This will also be the event's second year held at the Oral Hull Park for the Blind. Richardson encourages all who attend to take advantage of the location and enjoy the "beautiful grounds" during the cruise-in. By involving the park, the club also benefits the foundation and its programming for those with low vision.
Proceeds raised by the fundraiser benefit the Kiwanis Club's projects, including the Christmas Basket Program, the annual Easter egg hunt in Meinig Park, scholarships for Sandy High School graduates and more.
"We do a lot of different things in Sandy," Richardson noted. "All of the money we make goes back into the community."
For more information about the event, visit bit.ly/skcruisein.
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