Pancakes, raffle tickets, a silent auction, and more on the menu for this event!
Start your Snoqualmie Days (formerly Railroad Days) with a firefighter-cooked breakfast, raffle items, and photo opportunities at the Snoqualmie Firefighters Association’s Annual Pancake Breakfast & Silent Auction held Saturday, August 20, 7 to 11 a.m. at the Snoqualmie Fire Station, 37600 SE Snoqualmie Parkway.
Breakfast includes pancakes and ham along with Krispy Kreme donuts, orange juice, and Starbucks coffee, all served in the apparatus and equipment bay at the fire station. Breakfast is $8 for adults, $6 for kids (ages 5-12), and free for those under age 5.
Meet your Snoqualmie Fire Department Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians and take advantage of great photo opportunities with firefighters and emergency vehicles! T-shirts and bike/all-purpose helmets will be available for purchase (helmets starting at $10)!
To raise funds for the Snoqualmie Firefighters Association, the association will sell raffle tickets at $2 per ticket (or three tickets for $5) for items under $100 from local businesses, along with a silent auction for larger items. Special items include a golfing foursome at the Club at Snoqualmie Ridge golf course, a deluxe overnight stay for two at the Salish Lodge & Spa, a half-day rally car experience at DirtFish Rally School, wine tasting for 8 at Sigillo Cellars, and many other prizes from local restaurants, spas, and businesses.
The Snoqualmie Firefighters Association’s pancake breakfast is continuing its commitment of going green with a goal of having a “Zero Waste Event” in partnership with Waste Management. Waste production will be minimized by using recyclable and compostable items only.
For more information, please call the Snoqualmie Fire Department at 425-888-1551.
About the Snoqualmie Firefighters Association
This event is sponsored by the Snoqualmie Firefighters Association, a non-profit organization that helps support Snoqualmie Fire Department special equipment purchases as well as community events, public safety and fire education, human services assistance during emergency situations, high school educational scholarships in the health and fire sciences, historic preservation and maintenance of Snoqualmie’s original Engine 1, and charitable organizations within our community.