The Hunters Breakfast tent at 3:50 a.m. Saturday.
The dining area in the back of the tent was full around 6:45 a.m.
The Old Town Rotary Club held its 67th annual Hunters Breakfast from 4 to 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Waterfront Park in Old Town.  Rotarians served the usual Hunters Breakfast fare--ham, eggs, Golden Beauty pancakes, and home fries with or without onions--along with home-cooked beans from the Alton Methodist Church, Tim Hortons coffee and hot chocolate, and LaBree's donuts. 
Joe Cyr, Jack Larsen, Stan Peterson, Linda Bryant, Don Sturgeon, and Steve Russell (not in photo) did most of the cooking.
Everything went well, and attendance totaled 470, or about the same as last year.  The biggest difference was there were a lot fewer politicians--just State Senator Jim Dill from Old Town, who isn't running this fall.  Two Rotarians are on the Old Town municipal ballot this November--Stan Peterson running for re-election to the City Council and Dave Wollstadt running for re-election to the RSU 34 School Board--but they weren't handing out any campaign flyers.
Kudos to DJ Whitmore for getting everything organized and making sure all the i's were dotted and the t's were crossed.  Outstanding job--and he'll be a wealth of knowledge to help next year's President-Elect.
About 25 club members cooked, served, cleaned, and did all the other chores required for a successful breakfast, and for the 4th or 5th year in a row, Corina Larsen's son Jack joined the cooking crew.  Also assisting were five Interact members from Bangor (students at Bangor and John Bapst high schools), who helped serve, and Dave Wollstadt's daughter Rachael and her friend Erica, visiting from Connecticut, who cleaned tables.
Interact students on the serving line with Clair Shirley (center), the club's oldest member.
Frank Greenleaf, Steve Johnston, and President Doug Marchio.
People of all ages enjoyed our breakfast!