Burton – The Burton-Middlefield Rotary will be flipping pancakes again this March for the 64th year starting Sunday, March 1st, and continuing every Sunday in March. The Rotary Club will be serving their delicious pancake breakfasts that include real Geauga County maple syrup at Berkshire High School in Burton, Ohio from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Berkshire High School is located at 14510 N. Cheshire Street, Burton, Ohio a.k.a. Pancake Town USA.
In 2012 and 2013, the Burton-Middlefield Rotary Pancake Breakfast was voted the best Pancake Breakfast in Northeast Ohio by the readers of the Sun Newspapers. Customers also have the opportunity to purchase the Rotarian’s “World Renowned Omelets” to go along with their pancakes. The Burton Middlefield Rotary has served over 260,000 pancake breakfasts since its inception in 1951. For more information please email BMRpancakes@roadrunner.com or on-line at www.burtonmiddlefieldrotary.com.
The proceeds from these breakfasts go back to our community and internationally with many projects that include Rotary’s initiative Polio Plus to eradicate polio throughout the world. This year’s prices are: adults, $8.00 for the pancake breakfasts, children 4 to 10 are $5.00. You can add a World-Renowned Omelet to your pancake breakfast for an additional $3.00.