660 people served at Audubon Flight Breakfast

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June 6th, 2011 by Ric Hanson

Officials with the Audubon Chamber of Commerce say 660 people were served at their annual “Flight Breakfast,” Sunday morning.  35 planes arrived at the airport for the event, which featured a free breakfast of ham and cheese omelets, pancakes, coffee, milk and juice. Pilots and their passengers ate for free.

Aircraft from 19 communties arrived at the Audubon Airport. They were flown by pilots from Manson, Danbury, Panora, Jolley, Carroll, Clarinda, Atlantic, Red Oak, Kimballton, Ames, Exira, Harlan, Monticello, Oakland, Walnut, Ankeny, Grimes, Omaha and Eagle, NE.

Officials say the pilots had perfect weather for the Flight Breakfast, which was served from 6:30- to 10:30-a.m.