Honey Fest Pancake Supper supports Suicide Prevention

The Honey Festival pancake supper will provide breakfast for supper and support a good cause this year.

The 2021 North Carolina Honey Festival Charity Pancake Sale is set for Sept. 7 at Central Missionary Baptist Church in Whiteville. The drive through and pick-up dinner is from 5-7:30 p.m. The plates are $5, and all proceeds will go to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. 

On Tuesday morning before the plate sale, sponsors of the charity pancake supper will be delivered a plate of pancakes with a side of sausage, along with suicide prevention literature. and a wrist band will be given to supporters to wear that following Friday in observance of World Suicide Prevention Day.  
  Advance tickets can be purchased from Flavas Clothing Store, 1616 S. Madison Street, Whiteville, and the Whiteville Families First location.

To donate items for the pancake supper or to make a donation to the cause, please contact A.C. Cutler at 910.446.6771 or email to NCHoneyFestival.com. 

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