The sausage will be “extremely good” and the pancakes will be that good, too.

That’s the word from Kiwanis Club of Brownwood president-elect Jerry Sims regarding the club’s 66th Annual Pancake Supper, which raises funds for numerous organizations that benefit youth and the community.

The supper will be from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, at the Brownwood Coliseum. Tickets are $6.

“Pancakes, sausage … we’ve got water, tea, coffee, milk … and it’s all you can eat, and you don’t have to go back through the line the second time,” Sims said.

“You can’t get a good breakfast for $6, plus the fact that it’s a donation for all these other organizations. And all the labor from our organization is strictly volunteer. There’s no paid officers or anything.”

About 50 volunteers will help serve 2,000 to 3,000 meals, although the club will have the capacity to serve up to 5,000 meals, Sims said.

Tickets can be purchased:

• At the door

• From any Kiwanis Cub member

• Citizens National Bank

• Mill County State Bank

• Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce

• Wendlee Broadcasting

• Weakley-Watson Hardware

• Cutting Edge Barber Shop and Salon

• Southwest Appliance

• Western Bank

• Lenzi Insurance Agency

• Jacobs Pharmacy

• Heartland Chiropractic

• State Farm — Matt Williams’ office

• Bruner Auto Group

• Big Country Ford

The pancake supper benefits:

• Aktion Club

• Boys and Girls Club

• Boy Scouts and Troop 22

`• Girl Scouts

• Brown County Youth Fair

• Brown County Youth Sports

• Family Services Center

• Brownwood Freshman League Baseball Team

• CASA

• Fellowship of Christian Athletes

• Hope Home Ministry

• Toys for Kids

• Kids Fishing Tournament

• Key Club at BISD at School

• Arc Program of Brown County

• Bringing Up Grades program for Brownwood Intermediate School

• Texas RAMP project

• Project Eliminate (jointly with UNICEF to eliminate Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world “one child and one community at a time,” the organization has said.