Lots of fathers spent their Sunday morning filling up on pancakes and helping out with a good cause.
They packed the Kaiser High School cafeteria for the Hawaii Kai Lions Club's annual pancake breakfast.
In addition to short stacks there were also eggs, sausage, and this is Hawaii, so of course, you've got to have some rice.
In all, they served more than 3,600 pancake breakfasts at $6 a ticket.
"A lot of the people in our club are fathers, grandfathers and it's really great to see the support we get from them, coming out on fathers day with their families," Hawaii Kai Lions Club bulletin editor Peggy Oyama said.
"It was tremendous, just absolutely wonderful. The Lions just did a great job," Hawaii Kai resident Mike McFarlane said.
The money raised will help fund some of the club's community projects.
This event is now in its 40th year.
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