Sep 25, 2016
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About 500 people were fed at the Hilltop Family YMCA‘s 60th annual pancake breakfast Saturday morning.

To honor the 60th event, Hilltop Family YMCA offered the pancake and sausage breakfast to every Richmond resident for free, said Administrative Director Rionne Huntley.

From 8 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., families gathered at the Hilltop Family YMCA at 4300 lakeside Drive.

Live entertainment, including a DJ, was offered, along with a number of activities for children such as face-painting and a bouncy house. The Richmond Police Department also brought a patrol car for the children to sit in and explore.

Check out some images from the event in photos provided by Huntley.

The Hilltop Family YMCA is a full-service fitness facility and pool and provides a number of invaluable programs to youth and families.



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