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Super Sunday Breakfast

by Bill Tobin
February 3, 2013

Boy Scout Troop serves its annual pancake breakfast to receptive diners.

Boy Scout Troop 14 was well-prepared to serve a pancake breakfast to over 400 kids of all ages.

Scouts Taylor Coughlin and Brian Jacobs welcomed diners to the breakfast. These young men have been active scouts for eight and nine years.

Bill Hodge and Steward Wohlrab enjoyed their pancakes with Sylvia and Bill Stickney. Welcome back to the social life Sylvia -- we missed you.

Ryan Leonard, a five-year scout veteran and Harrison Smith, a three-year scout offered pancakes with or without chocolate chips and sausages too.

The Scouts and their leaders acted as waiters to the hungry guests.

It was an all-you-can-eat breakfast as the scouts offered seconds and thirds to all.

And the kids really enjoyed it, as did about 400 pancake lovers, all served with maple syrup.

After the pancake breakfast, it is the time to get a hoagie at the Masonic Hall to enjoy with the super bowl game.

 

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