The pinkest party in town brought out breakfast lovers around central Georgia to dig in to some classic morning favorites.
The Cherry Blossom Annual Pancake Breakfast got underway Saturday morning at Central City Park with the Macon Bibb Fire Fighters at the griddle flipping pink flap jacks.
A crowd of hungry guest enjoyed a delicious breakfast of pink pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee for $5.
Kim Chastain says the pink pancake breakfast has been a family tradition for about 20 years.
"It's fun.You know it's cherry blossom time, it's spring and it's just a lot of fun, the people, the sight's the sounds," said Chastain.
The money raised goes to support the local chapter of The American Cancer Society.
You can find more Cherry Blossom Events on their website.