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Kappa Sigma Pancake Breakfast Fall 2017

  • Both members of the Washington College community and Chestertown residents come together to eat pancakes and support a goo...
    Both members of the Washington College community and Chestertown residents come together to eat pancakes and support a good cause
  • Kappa Sigma brother Seth Kline takes a tray of fresh tater tots out of the oven and prepares them to be served
    Kappa Sigma brother Seth Kline takes a tray of fresh tater tots out of the oven and prepares them to be served
  • Various Kappa Sigma brothers mix the pancake batter and fry pancakes over the stove
    Various Kappa Sigma brothers mix the pancake batter and fry pancakes over the stove
  • A group of Washington College students enjoy conversing and eating their breakfasts
    A group of Washington College students enjoy conversing and eating their breakfasts
  • Brother Nick Gottemoller fills the trays of breakfast foods for attendees of the event to take from
    Brother Nick Gottemoller fills the trays of breakfast foods for attendees of the event to take from
October 21, 2017
Kappa Sigma held their bi-annual pancake breakfast to raise money for prostate cancer and the Kappa Sigma Military Heroes Campaign

The Kappa Sigma Charity Pancake Breakfast is a bi-annual event hosted by the brothers of Kappa Sigma at Washington College.  The breakfast first began about 9-10 years ago as an opportunity to unite the campus with the Chestertown community.  The event takes place at Emmanuel Church in downtown Chestertown, and 100% of the proceeds from the event are split evenly between the University of Virginia‚Äôs Medical Center for Prostate Cancer Research and the Kappa Sigma Military Heroes Campaign.  The breakfast cost $5 for all-you-can-eat bacon, sausage, tater tots, French toast sticks, and most importantly-pancakes!  Support from organizations on campus and the Chestertown community continues to grow year-by-year.  T-shirts were also sold this year for $20 each.


Last modified on Feb. 7th at 4:49pm by Nick Blake.