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The event where attendees can eat food, listen to music and contribute to nonprofit organization will be held on the Fourth of the July

COURTESY PHOTO - The Lake Oswego Lions Club pancake breakfast has been going on for over seven decades.

The Lake Oswego Lions Club's annual 4th of July Pancake Breakfast is returning after a two-year hiatus.

The event, where attendees can enjoy pancakes and sausages for $10 ($7 for children), will be held 8-11 a.m. at George Rogers Park. Along with food, it also will include musical performances from Brent Rogers and the Karen Miller Band, as well as an appearance from a Guide Dogs for the Blind trainer.

The event is the Lions Club's biggest fundraiser of the year. The group relies on funding to conduct initiatives such as supporting Oregon Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation, a camp for blind and low-vision kids, an optician education program at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility and more. The event was canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic. July 4 will mark the 73rd iteration of the event.

"It's a very old tradition, and people really enjoy getting out and getting together as a community for this event," Lions Club member Bonnie Roeder said, adding that the event provides a sense of community. For more information, visit

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