When runners invade the city for the 33rd Annual Corinth Coca-Cola Classic 10K on May 3, the local civic club will be supplying the fuel needed to cover the 6.2-mile course.
The annual Pancake Breakfast of the club is slated for 7-11 a.m. on race day. A hearty breakfast of pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee will be available in the fellowship hall of First United Methodist Church.
Cost is $5 for the all you eat pancake breakfast. Children 10 and under, who must be accompanied by an adult, eat free.
"The Pancake Breakfast is a great event and a great fundraiser for the club," said Kiwanis President Ken Weeden. "We enjoy putting it on and complimenting the Coke run."
Close to 400-500 pancakes are excepted to be prepared for hungry race followers.
"The church is a great place to come enjoy a meal then go out front and watch the race," said pancake breakfast chairman Jason Grisham.
Shiloh Market, Gardner's/Roger's, Kroger, Refreshments, Inc. and KC's Espresso have all donated supplies needed for the annual breakfast.
"There is no way this would profitable without our sponsors," added Grisham.
Tickets can be purchased from any Kiwanis member or at the door.
Money raised from the over 30-year event is used to support the youth programs of the club.
"It will be a great weekend with things like the race and Green Market going on," said club member Greg Tyson.