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2009-06-25 / Community News

Better than breakfast at Tiffany's!

Visiting with neighbors and enjoying a great meal is the order of events at the Masons. Pictured are (left to right) Pat Story, Ruth Wilhite, Nancy Perry, Cindy Gibson, Sylvia (DeClue) Kelinske, Barbara Wright and Claude Vaughn. Visiting with neighbors and enjoying a great meal is the order of events at the Masons. Pictured are (left to right) Pat Story, Ruth Wilhite, Nancy Perry, Cindy Gibson, Sylvia (DeClue) Kelinske, Barbara Wright and Claude Vaughn. One of the good things in life that brings a smile to the early riser is a delicious breakfast served by happy cookers! And that's the case every Thursday morning at the Masonic Lodge in Lexington. Creative cooks prepare personalized orders for many locals, the charge of which is a free will donation. Why do they do it? The Masons are raising money to provide several scholarships to local high school graduates. That's why. Last Thursday morning, the menu included omelets of many varieties, along with fresh watermelon from a local field. These pictures - and the smiles they bare - are proof in the puddin' that Breakfast at Tiffany's has nothing over the Lexington Masons! Bon Appétit!

The Masons cook breakfast at their lodge located in downtown Lexington across from City hall every Thursday morning. Folks usually start arriving by 8 and breakfast is served until the last plate is filled - or they run out of eggs, which ever comes first!


Paul Freeman (left) stopped in to grab a bite before he headed out on a road trip. Cooking and serving are happy Masons Bill Campbell, Jr. (center) and Jamie Wright. Paul Freeman (left) stopped in to grab a bite before he headed out on a road trip. Cooking and serving are happy Masons Bill Campbell, Jr. (center) and Jamie Wright. Grinning like the cat that ate the canary is Tom Anderson (above). In the center right picture, young Brodie Warnell tells the photographer that his breakfast was "really, really good!" At the far right, Ray Ramsey turns from his stint at the grill to grab a cup of coffee. Grinning like the cat that ate the canary is Tom Anderson (above). In the center right picture, young Brodie Warnell tells the photographer that his breakfast was "really, really good!" At the far right, Ray Ramsey turns from his stint at the grill to grab a cup of coffee. Enjoying a rare breakfast with her brother, Carrie Church is seen with other friends and neighbors in the picture above, left. Sitting with Carrie are (her brother) Paul Schultz, Billie Tillery and Billy Dodson. Enjoying a rare breakfast with her brother, Carrie Church is seen with other friends and neighbors in the picture above, left. Sitting with Carrie are (her brother) Paul Schultz, Billie Tillery and Billy Dodson. In the picture above, Buster Ramsey and his wife, Kristen, treat little William Ramsey to breakfast with the Masons. In the picture above, Buster Ramsey and his wife, Kristen, treat little William Ramsey to breakfast with the Masons. In the picture at the left, Lee Marks gestures a little toast with her coffee cup while Loretta Church and Irene Reyes look on. In the picture at the left, Lee Marks gestures a little toast with her coffee cup while Loretta Church and Irene Reyes look on.

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