Morristown Noon Rotary Club hosts country breakfast to benefit Food on Foot

Special to the Citizen Tribune

Participants in the weekend Rotary country breakfast included, from left, Past Assistant Governor Don Baldus, Sue Baldus, Drew Rowe, Bobby Jarnigan of Food On Foot, Conrad Brimhall, Tom Bache, Richard Tidyman, and Tara Rowe.

It’s just a fact, there are hungry kids in every community.

That’s why the Morristown Noon Rotary Club supports Food on Foot, who fights hunger with great food, to help build through our kids, a better and stronger place to live.

This past Saturday, the club held its semiannual “Country Breakfast” at Hillcrest Elementary School in Morristown.

During the breakfast, the Rotary Club donated more than 100 country breakfasts to Food on Foot to help feed hungry kids in the Lakeway Area.

It seems that all of the hungry kids in the neighborhoods were aware of Food on Foot’s Country Breakfast as they formed a long waiting line which spelled “HUNGRY.”

The club encourages readers to contact Food on Foot to donate either food, money or your time to work with these youngsters. The goal is to keep their stomachs full.

The club thanks all who were part of the country breakfast.