The coronavirus pandemic couldn’t keep Oceanside Kiwanis from tackling one of its biggest events of the year, its annual Super Bowl Sunday pancake breakfast.
The event is scheduled for this Sunday, Feb. 7, from 9 a.m. to noon and attendees can fuel up for the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers with pancakes and other food.
The event will take place at IHOP in Oceanside, at 2971 Long Beach Road, and when guests say they are there on behalf of Oceanside Kiwanis, portions of the proceeds automatically go to the club. Attendees will have the option to eat in or takeout their breakfast.
“We’re very excited to still be able to host a pancake breakfast — even during the pandemic,” Kiwanis President Seth Blau said. “It’s important for our club to keep our traditions alive and to still be able to fundraise to support our programs for the kids and the community.”
In addition to the breakfast, guests who dine in will have the ability to participate in Kiwanis’s 50/50 and Valentine’s Day raffles, and there will also be a children’s raffle board.
Proceeds of the event will go toward the Kiwanis Club scholarships and other programs.