It\u2019s time to make the pancakes. Don Drummond, 84, a retired human resources manager for American Can\/James River\/Georgia Pacific, is getting geared up for his starring role on the morning of Memorial Day, Monday, May 28, as a pancake mixer for the Wilton Kiwanis Club\u2019s annual pancake breakfast. The event is set for 8 to 10:30, rain or shine, at the Wilton Congregational Church on Ridgefield Road in the town center. The breakfast precedes the Memorial Day parade. The price is $10 for adults and $5 for children. \u201cWe mix by hand, don\u2019t have an electric mixer. Oh yeah, they do come out light and fluffy. It must be in the mix; whatever the secret ingredient is in the mix we have, it turns out the way we want it,\u201d Drummond said in a telephone interview. The Kiwanis Club breaks up the whole affair into individual jobs. Members are specialists in one area. While Drummond is a mixer, others serve as flippers. Then there\u2019s the sausages and coffee. Drummond\u2019s been with the Kiwanis for six years, \u201cand I\u2019ve been mixing four years,\u201d he said. Kiwanis is dedicated to serving children. \u201cOh yeah, it\u2019s very important we look out for the children. That\u2019s what we do with the fund raising,\u201d Drummond said, and the pancake breakfast is a major fund-raiser. \u201cIt\u2019s nice and we look forward to it every year,\u201d he said. This 44th annual pancake breakfast may raise $3,000, and perhaps gross $5,000, said Dan Mahoney, coordinator of the event. \u201cOh, about 400 to 500 people will eat pancakes just before the parade,\u201d Mahoney said. \u201cIt\u2019s a tremendous holiday tradition. We have sausages, pancakes, blueberry sauces, pancake syrup,\u201d he said. \u201cYou bring your kids before the parade. It\u2019s a great American tradition and a great one in Wilton as well,\u201d he said. There is outdoor as well as indoor seating. \u201cSo it\u2019s nice if the weather is good,\u201d he said. It\u2019s also a favorite spot for some from which to watch the parade.