Auburn High School hosts free community pancake breakfast on May 18

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Auburn High School hosts free community pancake breakfast on May 18

Auburn High School is sponsoring a free community pancake breakfast on Saturday, May 18.

Families are invited to the appreciation event from 8 to 10 a.m. in the school Commons, 711 E. Main St.

The breakfast is an opportunity for the school to connect and build partnerships with students and families and introduce them to community resources. Several organizations will be available at the breakfast, including United Way of King County; Nexus Youth and Family Services; Catholic Community Services-ORCA Lift program; the Auburn Valley YMCA; ReOpp-education and employment opportunities for youth 16-24; and the Auburn Prevention Coalition.

The Auburn High Culinary Arts program – students and staff – is preparing breakfast.


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