Two men’s clubs to host 68th Memorial Day breakfast at Geneva church

United Methodist Church of Geneva is hosting another Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast, marking its 68th year of providing hot pancakes and sausage for the local community.

The Geneva church’s men’s club will be joined by the men’s group of Batavia United Methodist Church on Monday, May 27.

The church will open its parking lot, at 211 Hamilton St., to hundreds of pancake lovers, offering all-you-can eat pancakes, sausage, coffee, juice and milk to all ages, from 7 to 11 a.m., rain or shine.

Proceeds from the breakfast will be donated to local charities.

“When great food, good company and giving to charities align — like in our annual pancake breakfast — we really are ‘being’ the church,” stated UMCG’s Pastor Rob Hamilton. “I am so proud that 100% of the profits of the pancake breakfast support agencies and charities; locally, nationally, and globally. I’m eager to flip some pancakes to feed people and meet some of our world’s most pressing needs.”

Tickets are on sale now via the church’s website,, and will also be available at the event.

Tickets for those 13 or older will be $9 or $4 for children, age 3-12. Those under age 3 eat for free.

Start your Memorial Day off right with a filling breakfast and help your local charities!

Looking to spruce up your garden this season? During the breakfast, the church is hosting a plant sale. Check out the wide selection of perennials, perfect for adding a burst of color and beauty to your outdoor space.

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