It’s popularly known as the “Fly-In Breakfast,” but you’re certainly welcome to drive, bike, or walk there, too.
The pancake and sausage fundraiser, the largest for the Redwood Falls Rotary Club every year, is held at the Redwood Falls airport in part to welcome inventors who fly in for MIC weekend.
But it’s open to everyone in town, of course. And apparently, most people make it their annual stop off after church on MIC?weekend.
“Usually we get between 800 and 1,000 people,” said the club’s Julie Rath. “We can really tell when each church gets out!”
Funds raised by the club will go to a variety of community projects, such as for school events, the animal shelter, and the Friends of the Park.
Almost all of the breakfast’s expenses are being donated, so all funds raised can go straight back into the community.
“It’s a great way for the club members to give back to the community,” said Rath.
The 34th annual pancake and sausage breakfast will be at the Redwood Falls airport on Sunday, June 10, from 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Oh, and if you should happen to fly in, the club is offering breakfast free to command pilots.
Aviators, take note.