Pancake breakfast opportunity to eat with heroes
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Families were treated to a breakfast of bacon, sausage, pancakes and superhero decorations during the Pancake Feed celebrating the Month of the Military Child at Forsyth East Child Development Center April 13.

"We're trying to do different events each year," said Amelia Knapp, Outreach Services director, Child and Youth Services. "We don't want to do the same thing every year. We want to have some variety and so, this year we decided a pancake feed would be perfect. We timed it right before the Easter egg hunt so families can come out, have some breakfast and then go enjoy some other activities on Fort Riley."

Families could color, play games and spend time together.

Corey Van Zilke, rec aide, Warrior Zone, said his family enjoyed it.

"The food was good," he said. "And it had a great vibe with the superhero mask, I actually ate breakfast with it on.