Cheyenne Day Pancake Breakfast Flipped Almost 9,000 Pancakes [Photos]
Pancake breakfast 2018
Gallons of syrup, sticks of butter by the thousands, steaming hot ham and of course the 8,800 pancakes that were all served up on a beautiful Wednesday morning on July 25, 2018. The Kiwanis Club couldn't flip the pancakes to the boy scouts quick enough.
The breakfast started at 7 am in the Depot Plaza but people were lined up for about an hour before the breakfast got underway. The line went for several blocks in a snake like design, the line could've went a lot longer then it actually looked. When it was it busiest, it took about 50 minutes to get through the line, but it was worth it.
Live music was being played the entire time under the tent. A shout out and thank you needs to be given to all the volunteers, police, fireman, Kiwanis Club, Boy Scouts and whoever else is involved to make this great community event run so well.
Friday, July 27th is the last pancake breakfast for the year, until next Frontier Days.