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Deputy sheriffs' pancake feed benefits Berkeley Co. organizations

April 25, 2012

The Berkeley County Deputy Sheriffs Association in partnership with James Rumsey Technical Institute is hosting a first-ever Ole-Fashion Pancake Feed Saturday at the school near Hedgesville, W.Va.

The charitable event at 3274 Hedgesville Road will be held from 7 a.m. to noon and will help raise money for Deputy Sheriffs Association-supported organizations such as Shenandoah Women's Shelter for battered women, Shop with a Cop,  Little League and individuals displaced from their homes due to fire, according to a news release from the group.

“The (James Rumsey) students from the culinary class will get the opportunity show their skills under the watchful eye of Chef Stephen J. Brown Jr.,” Deputy Sheriff’s Association president Scott Myers said in a news release.

The menu will include all-you-can-eat buttermilk and buckwheat pancakes, country sausage, eggs, toast, juice and coffee. Tickets cost $6 and children younger than 5 eat free. Individuals may also get “take out” breakfast for $5 and ticket holders have a chance to win a $200 gas card in a drawing that will be held at noon, according to the announcement.

A silent auction also will be held James Rumsey culinary students also will be holding a bake sale of items made by the students. 

Tickets can be purchased from any Deputy Sheriff Association Member or from James Rumsey culinary class or by calling Myers 304-582-2307.

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