MINERVA - Whether a tired, damp hunter or someone who just wanted a good hot breakfast to start their day, the Firehouse in Minerva was the place to be Saturday, Oct. 24.
The real early birds arrived at the firehouse at 5 a.m. and (for a relatively small fee) received a very hearty way to begin the day, with eggs, sausage, bacon, pancakes, home fries, coffee, tea, and juice. Breakfast was served a until 10 a.m., as the outside conditions eased.
The breakfast, sponsored and served by members of the Minerva Volunteer FIre Department and Rescue Squad, coincided with the start of the regular deer season.
The day was a wet one and those who came in out of the rain were treated to a great meal.
The department would like to thank all those who contributed to this fundraiser by coming to breakfast and by helping out in various ways (buying food, cooking, cleaning, etc.). A special thanks goes to MCS students Jessica Hill and Karissa Wright, who did a great job all morning taking orders, serving up breakfast,and cleaning up tables. Thanks to all!