It's that time of year again for the annual Kiwanis pancake breakfast.
People headed to Doug Tew early Friday morning to get a stack of cakes with butter and syrup.
Civic members gathered in the back to fry up the flap jacks.
This is something the organization does every year to raise money for non-profit clubs around the Wiregrass.
"It's fun. It goes along with the peanut parade and folks look for us and there's a lot of camaraderie between the Kiwanis members and folks have a good time so you should come out and support us we'd appreciate it,” said Robert Helms of Dothan Kiwanis Member.
You can get some pancakes Saturday morning from 6 until 9 at the Doug Tew Rec Center behind Dothan High School.