The public is invited to a Girl Scout-sponsored pancake feed at the North Platte Farmer’s Market from 7:30–10:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 15.The market is held every Saturday morning in front of the Platte River Mall, as well as Tuesday evening.
The July breakfast will be hosted by a group of Girl Scouts from across the country.
Girls visiting Nebraska are taking part in a Girl Scout conservation program called “Manes, Cranes and Preserving the Plains.” This national program offering includes a visit to Omaha’s zoo, the Crane Trust in Kearney and a wagon train experience on horseback through Halsey National Forest, Chadron State Park and other scenic locations.
The pancake feed will be an opportunity for the public to hear from the girls about their adventure and support the local Girl Scouts’ efforts to provide additional leadership programs in our state. The event is sponsored by Girl Scout volunteers, who serve on the North Platte chapter of the organization’s community advisory board.
There is no charge for breakfast, but donations will be accepted. Pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee will be served.
About the Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska is the largest girl-serving organization in the state with more than 21,000 members. Nationally, there are close to 2.7 million girl and adult members.
To volunteer, reconnect, donate or join, visit GirlScoutsNebraska.org or call 800.695.6690.