Breakfast to benefit food banks

McLendon Hardware will be hosting a free pancake breakfast and food drive as part of the celebration of its 82nd anniversary.

  • Thursday, April 24, 2008 8:39pm
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McLendon Hardware will be hosting a free pancake breakfast and food drive as part of the celebration of its 82nd anniversary.

The annual pancake breakfast and food drive is Saturday, May 3, at every McLendon Hardware location. There is no fee for attending.

The pancakes will be served with sausage, orange juice, coffee and all the fixings. Food collected at the event will be distributed to food banks in each community McLendon Hardware calls home. Monetary donations are also welcome.

McLendon Hardware locations can be found through the company Web site,

The breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 10:00 a.m. Pancake breakfast and food drives will take place at each of the Renton, Kent, Sumner, Puyallup, White Center and Woodinville store locations.

McLendon Hardware is family owned and operated and has been serving the Puget Sound region since 1926.

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