“It’s an annual event and the proceeds go directly for scholarships,” said club President Teresa Watson.
The event this year will be held in Spalding High School’s cafeteria from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The building that formerly housed Taylor Street Middle School is unavailable due to the school being closed.
“We had hoped to have it at the new building at the fairgrounds, but it’s not quite ready for that much traffic,” Watson said.
Last year, the club raised $12,000 from its pancake breakfast for the Rip Savage scholarship fund. The monies funded 12 scholarships.
“They’re open to Griffin High School, Spalding High School, private schools and home schools,” Watson said.
She said the club hopes to equal the amount of money raised last year.
“All of us have a great time out there,” she said. “We come in early in the morning and work until late in the afternoon.”
She said the club could not conduct the pancake breakfast without the help of the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps and Key Clubs from the local high schools.
Those interested in finding out more information should contact the club at 770-227-9187.