Volunteers from Lehi High school girls soccer team serve pancakes at the Chuckwagon Breakfast. | Gina Halladay

The Chuck Wagon Pancake Breakfast has been a Lehi Round-Up tradition for the past 35 years.  The Lehi High School Booster Club sponsors this fundraiser, according to Keith Pulham, who has been the chairman of the event for the past 16 years.

“We made over 1,600 pancakes and served about 800 people on Saturday morning before the parade,” Pulham said of the event held at Wines Park.

Volunteers from Lehi High School included the girls soccer team and their parents. They were up early working the eight grills to have the pancakes, ham and eggs ready for the community starting at 7 a.m. “Our busiest time is right before the parade starts and we are ready for the crowds, we don’t want anyone to have to wait in line for very long,” said Pulham. “We are grateful to Lehi Roller Mills for donating all of the pancake mix and to Kohler’s grocery store for helping us purchase the rest of the food at discounted prices.”

All of the money raised at the Chuckwagon Breakfast goes to support the various programs at Lehi High School.

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