It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since Auburn’s Mountain View Fire and Rescue held their last pancake breakfast, but September 7, they will be back at the griddle serving up pancakes, sausage, eggs, hash browns, biscuits and gravy, and more.
The breakfast is $5 per person and will be held from 8 am until noon Saturday, at Station 96, 17920 S.E. 400th Street in Auburn, Washington.
In addition to breakfast, there will be a junior firefighter challenge and a fire truck bouncy house for the littles.
Breakfast-goers can tour fire trucks and see helicopters from the King County Sheriff’s Department and Airlift NW, along with McGruff the Crime Dog and Sparky the Fire Dog. There will be additional displays from the Washington State Patrol, Tri-Med Ambulance Service, and the Black Diamond Police Department.
Members of the Mountain View Fire and Rescue will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate various types of fire and rescue equipment and remind the public of safety measures they can take in their own homes.
Proceeds from the event will support bike helmets for kids.
Special thanks to corporate support from Walmart, Sysco Foods, Kelly Lattes, the Soup Ladies, Kent Bruce Co. and Extreme Graphics.
More information at www.mvfire.org or on Facebook at KCFD44. If you have questions about the event call the Mountain View Fire and Rescue non-emergency number- 253-735-0284.