The annual Val Verde Civic Association Pancake Breakfast fundraiser is set for the Val Verde Park Clubhouse on Saturday, Feb. 2 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Pancakes, sausage, juice, coffee and fresh fruit are on the menu, all for a suggested donation of $5 for adults and $3 for kids ages 11 and younger.
There will be door prizes. Participants don’t need to be present to win. Winners will be announced at 10:25 a.m. and be contacted by phone/email if not present. One entry is allowed per person.
Prizes will include:
* Ice Station Valencia Family Fun Four Pack which includes admission for four with skate rentals
* Las Rocas Bar and Grill: $35 gift card
* StoneFire Grill: $20 Gift card (2 available)
* Black Bear Diner: Baby Burn/Mama Burn/Papa Burn Sauces, Youth Size Medium T-Shirt, Mug, Stuffed Bear
* Chick-fil-A: 8 prizes available; 8 food cards are in each.
* The Cheesecake Factory: $50 gift card
* Scooter’s Jungle Gift bag: 4 Free Play Passes
* AsYouWish Pottery: 5 prizes available. Family Fun Pass which includes 5 free kid or adult studio fees. Pottery not included.
Organizers wish to thank Ralph’s Castaic, Valley Marketplace, Walmart, Trader Joe’s, Sprouts, Whole Foods, Costco, Smart and Final, Denny’s, Santa Clarita Organization for Planning and the Environment, Castaic Community AME Church, the Law Office of David Barlavi, and Stacy Fortner (Water Board, 2020), who are all helping to make this event possible.
Val Verde Park is located at 30300 Arlington Road, Val Verde 91384.
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