Two youth organizations have joined partnership with a community breakfast event, being held this coming week-end, Saturday April 28th, at the Magnolia Park United Methodist Church of Burbank, 2828 W. Magnolia Blvd., from the hours of 7AM to 1PM, according to leader of the Scout Crew Jenny Deahl.
For a $5 or more donation we serve a hot fresh breakfast, starting with the multiple stack order of a variety of Pancakes, ranging from Banana, Blue Berry, Chocolate Chip. “Corn Fritters” and the old stand-by regular buttermilk. According to Jenny Deahl.
The Pancake breakfast has been applauded in the past as not only great “all you can eat” Pancakes, but for the cooked to order eggs, sausage and sides of sliced oranges, juice and the never empty coffee pot, also real butter and brand names syrups. Serving “sugar free” for the diet conscious patron.
The “Early Morning Special” starting at 7AM to get the busy family going, you will find a fresh local newspaper on your table. Coffee, Tea or Hot Chocolate, with whipped cream, served while your order is prepared. No steam table or limp pancakes served by the Scout Crew and Church Youth at their Café. These kids are proud of what they do!
The Boy Scout Venture Crew are Boys and Girls ages 14 through 20 who have joined with the Church Youth (SWAT) in raising funds for a 22’ by 12’ (wide screen projection system), with theatrical sound. Helping local youth and residents escape the high price of theater tickets, the two joined youth organizations will bring
everything from “Laurel & Hardy” to modern films to the community and youth this summer.