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27th Annual Pancake Breakfast

Saturday kicked off the 27 annual pancake breakfast. Around 500 people came out to help support the parks system. And this year's event had something for everyone, including, for the first time ever, gluten free pancakes.
It was a very sweet morning for the Vigo County Parks and Recreation Department.

Saturday kicked off the 27 annual pancake breakfast.
   
Around 500 people came out to help support the parks system.
   
And this year's event had something for everyone, including, for the first time ever, gluten free pancakes.
   
Officials say the real star, though is all of the syrup that comes straight from the source.

"It takes a lot of time. It takes about 40 gallons of sugar water that comes from the tree to make 1 gallon of maple syrup. So when you have the artificial maple syrup, there really is nothing in it except for flavoring. It's just a corn syrup product that you buy on the show, ours is real maple syrup made from the maple trees and Prairie Creek Park," said parks superintendent Kara Kish.

The pancake breakfast continues on Sunday, and 1,000 people are expected.
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