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Linda Sangster left, and Heather Hughes, volunteers on Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pictou County's Bowl for Kids Sake campaign committee, serve up some fluffy pancakes as part of the agency's kickoff breakfast for the 2016 Bowl for Kids Sake event coming up April 9. (Jardine photo)

Volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pictou County were up bright and early Friday serving a pancake and sausage breakfast to the community to kick off this year's Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser.
The event was held at the Nova Scotia Community College in Stellarton and the breakfast was prepared by the college's Chef Gilles Godin and his cooking students.
This year’s theme, is “Join the Team.” Many community members turned out to collect their pledge sheets and team kits for the annual bowling event which will take place April 9. Also in attendance was Central Nova MP Sean Fraser, this year's honorary chairman.
Bowl for Kids Sake has set a fundraising goal of $60,000 this year which will go towards its programming.
Teams can still register by calling 902-752-6260. Participants and donors can also visit the BBBS of Pictou County website at...
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