SUMMIT, NJ - Supporting performing arts programs across the Hilltop City's public schools, the Summit Performing Arts Resource Committee (SPARC) will host its annual Pancake Breakfast fundraiser March 29, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., at Summit High School.

The event serves up a sweet and savory breakfast buffet and will feature Summit students of all ages performing solo, duet and group vocal selections, showcasing a sampling of the tremendous talent found throughout the town's public schools. In addition to the performances, the program will include clips from school plays and poignant Forensics presentations. A tricky tray raffle -- with baskets full of goodies big and small -- will also be part of the fun.

Lincoln-Hubbard principal Matt Carlin will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the Pancake Breakfast, which this year moves to a Sunday morning.

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Tickets -- priced at $15 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, and $50 for a family of five or more -- will be sold at the door. Performers and kids age 3 and under eat free.

Formed in 1996 by Summit parents who recognized the gap between Summit School District funding and the ability to stage successful productions, the Summit Performing Arts Resource Committee's mission is to promote the performing arts in the Summit public schools, recognize student achievements, and continuously enrich our programs and productions through advocacy, financial support, and educational initiatives.

Summit High School is located at 125 Kent Place Boulevard.