United Way of Treasure Valley is giving mamas everywhere a breather at the fourth annual Flapjack Feed. It's pulling out all the syrupy stops to ensure everyone in attendance is provided a hearty meal.
The pancakes will be piled high alongside eggs, bacon, hash browns and fruit, and the coffee and juice will keep flowing until you say stop.
Local celebrities, community leaders and business executives will tie on aprons and work over sizzling skillets for the all-you-can-eat breakfast of pancakes and fixings. Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter and first lady Lori Otter will even make an appearance in the all-star flapjack flipper lineup.
All this cooking will kick off another campaign year for the United Way. The proceeds of the event will benefit the group's Community Fund, which will be used to help out local organizations and those in need.
Live music and local youth performances will accompany breakfast, along with educational presentations to inform attendees about poverty in Idaho.