Fly-in Breakfast helps Cub Scout Pack learn skills
By Melissa McCaghren
The Slaton Cub Scout Pack 127 was quite busy Saturday morning (April 2) beating eggs, flipping sausages and pancakes to feed a group of 85 people – with help of their parents.
The Pack helped with a Fly-In Breakfast at the Neal Aircraft Hangar at the Slaton Municipal Airport.
Cubmaster Jeremy Barbee said the event turned out “great,” with more than 85 people driving – or flying – in to enjoy a hot breakfast. “We had wonderful support from both the aviation community and the local community,” he said.
“The Slaton Chapter of the Texas Air Museum was out flying their aircraft during the event as well.”
Donations were accepted for the breakfast, but Barbee said the Scouts earned them as well.
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