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PFC plans annual Pancakes for Charity event

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - Personal Finance Center is gearing up for its pancakes for charity event.  PFC president and chief executive officer Michael Camacho says its going to be bigger and better than in the past, saying, "This year we're bringing the circus to the event it is our fourth annual pancakes for charity event and it will be held Sunday April 27th here at the seafood chef restaurant in Tamuning."

The event includes not just great pancakes but great fun with face painting, balloons and a magic tricks.   There are two seatings from 8:00am to 9:45am and 10:15am to noon  tickets are $25 for adults (ages 13 and older) and $15 for children (3 and under are free).  Tickets are available at personal finance center locations in Tamuning and Dededo. All of the proceeds will go to Harvest House. Pastor Jared Baldwin said, "Harvest house is a community outreach specifically to support the over 150 current foster children in the foster care system the social workers that tirelessly and lovingly deal with these children everyday and Child Protective Services and the foster parents over 30 foster parents here on Guam that open their homes and their hearts that sacrifice to take care of these children," he said.

Again the fourth annual Pancakes for Charity event is Sunday, April 27.

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