Audubon Flight Breakfast serves nearly 660

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June 3rd, 2013 by Ric Hanson

The Audubon Chamber of Commerce reports the Annual Audubon Flight Breakfast held Sunday morning served nearly 660 people. The Chamber sponsored event at the Audubon Airport was held from 6:30 until 10:30-a.m., with ham and cheese omelets, pancakes, coffee, juice and milk being served to 657 people. Officials say 23 planes flew-in to for the event. The weather was a little turbulent in the morning, but that didn’t stop the hungry pilots and others from making the trip to enjoy the good food and conversation. Pilots and their planes came from 17 communities in western,¬†southwest and central Iowa, as well as the towns of Elk Horn, Millard and Omaha, in Nebraska, to partake in the free, Flight Breakfast.

The Chamber thanks all who attended and offered their services and support.