It was breakfast for a good cause at the Brazos Center in Bryan Saturday.
The College Station Kiwanis Club was serving up short stacks and sausage at the 60th annual pancake day.
There was all you can eat food and activities for kids and families as well.
Organizers moved the event up a month to February to have a fun winter event inside.
"We're serving up pancakes for over 1,000 people and we have lots of partners here from non-profit organizations that are helping to broadcast their message and do free children's activities. So it's all you can eat pancakes plus free games and activities for the kids," said Glenn Duhon, College Station Kiwanis Club Pancake Day Chair.
Volunteers also surprised attendees with a flash mob dance during their meal Saturday morning.
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