What’s a maple festival without pancakes?
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Doris Steinhardt, Doug LaPlante, Ed Metcalfe, and other members of the Whitingham-Halifax Lions Club were working hard, and having fun, at last year’s pancake breakfast. The event returns as part of this weekend’s 20th annual Whitingham Maple Festival.
Doris Steinhardt, Doug LaPlante, Ed Metcalfe, and other members of the Whitingham-Halifax Lions Club were working hard, and having fun, at last year’s pancake breakfast. The event returns as part of this weekend’s 20th annual Whitingham Maple Festival.
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JACKSONVILLE- On Saturday, March 17, the Whitingam-Halifax Lions will once again be flipping pancakes, bacon, sausage, and eggs at the Whitingham Municipal Center on Route 100 during the annual maple festival.

A hearty Vermont breakfast including juice, milk, coffee and tea, and of course real maple syrup. Breakfast will be served from 7 to 10 am. The cost is $9 per adult and $7 for seniors and kids over 5 and under 12. Children under the age of 5 eat free. For more information call (802) 368-2601.
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