Pancakes!

by Andrea Powell, HPCCR Marketing Manager

pancakesPancakes are delicious.  And I’m pretty sure there aren’t many people who could argue that point.  What’s not to like about crisp-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside, warm circles of utter delightfulness??  Who would turn down a nice, tall stack of pancakes with butter and syrup dripping off the edges?  (If you would, I don’t want to hear it.  You’re warped in the head.)  My mouth is watering just thinking about it. . . .

So if you like pancakes and you like a good cause, then we’ve got the perfect event for you!  This Saturday, from 8-11am in Lincolnton at Fatz Café (1430 East Main Street), you can come out to the Short Stacks For Big Change Pancake Breakfast where you can indulge your pancake craving to your heart’s delight.  For a mere $8 (This is for adults.  It will be $5 for kids eight and under), you can eat a ton (three pancakes, sausage, bacon, orange slices, and a beverage) and you’ll feel great knowing that the proceeds will support our newly renovated and expanded Hospice & Palliative Care Lincoln County (HPCLC) office on Dontia Drive.

Want more incentive?  The Timken Foundation has promised to match every single dollar we raise for this new building.  That means that when you buy a ticket for $8, it’s like making a donation of $16!  Truly a win-win!  So bring your whole family out tomorrow to eat pancakes (and the fixin’s!) and show your support for Hospice & Palliative Care Lincoln County.  Oh, and any of you warped-in-the-head pancake haters out there don’t have to come.  We don’t feel like arguing with you.

 

Pancake haters need not attend, but we will take your donation (you know, because it will be matched)!  Visit the donation page on our website and choose Hospice & Palliative Care Lincoln County in the designation drop down menu.  Many thanks to the Timken Foundation for matching every gift made to the HPCLC building project until July 31.  For more information about the pancake breakfast, contact Julia Moore at 704.602.0903.

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