DULUTH - Northlanders filling up on pancakes for a good cause Thursday.
It's the 55th annual Pancake Day put on by the Duluth Lions Club.
Money goes to help local community needs.
Ten thousand people chowed down on these delicious pancakes with a flavor like no other.
"We pride ourselves in our good pancakes because people wouldn't come back if they were a bad product. We wouldn't get the thousands to come for Pancake Day," said Gail Tate of the Duluth Lion's Club.
Organizers are expecting to raise $70,000.
Programs for the sight impaired, hearing impaired are among the many benefiting from Pancake Day.