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Rotary Cooks busy early preparing breakfast

2012-12-01 - Columbia Baptist Church, 201 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Some incredibly good breakfast foods come out of the Columbia Baptist Church every Christmas in Columbia celebration, prepared by great Rotarian chefs. Clockwise above, Head biscuit maker Mary Keltner; Dining Room supervisor Ted Caldwell. Executive Sausage chef H. Hunter Durham, Gravy chef J.D. Zornes; and Head Biscuit Cutter Judge Roger Elliott. Phil Hanna is cashier again today. Kay Bowman, Rotary President Jerry Holt, and Mr. Dick Fitzpatrick are helping guests in the dining room. The menu also includes scrambled eggs, butter and preserves, hot coffee, and ice cold milk and orange juice. A good crowd was assembling at 6:30amCT this morning, for the breakfast, officially set for 7am-10amCT.
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