The Branson Tri-Lakes Kiwanis Club will host its annual Easter pancake breakfast on Saturday, April 3rd from 7:30 to 10:00 am.  The breakfast will be held at Applebee’s at 1836 W. Hwy 76 in Branson.  All children 4 and younger eat for free, and adult tickets are only $5.  Everyone should come hungry, because the pancakes are all you can eat!  All proceeds from the breakfast will benefit the Pregnancy Life Line as part of the Kiwanis Club’s efforts to assist young children.  Walk-in guests are welcome, or tickets are available from any Kiwanian.  Call 417-335-9231 for tickets and more details. The Easter Bunny will be on hand to visit with the children and pictures by Swift Shots are available for only $5.

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.  Keeping with this mission, club members are busy throughout the year carrying out much-needed service projects here in the Tri-Lakes area.  The pancake breakfast, benefitting the Pregnancy Life Line, directly supports the children and families of our community.  Previous breakfasts generated nearly $2,000 for charitable contributions.    Thanks to the generous support of Applebee’s, Bob Evans and Golden Corral, who are donating the supplies for the pancake breakfast, the Branson Tri-Lakes Kiwanis Club is helping to bring some Easter fun to our community’s kids and their families.

The Branson Tri-Lakes Kiwanis Club meets every Tuesday at noon at Mazzio’s Italian Eatery.  If you are interested in more information about the Branson Tri-Lakes Kiwanis or if you would like to join the club as it serves the children of the world, visit

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