Rotary is steeped in traditions.  This week Old Town Rotary celebrated one of its oldest and finest traditions: the Hunter's Breakfast.  For 64 years Old Town Rotarians have been dishing up vittles in the wee hours to honor an age old tradition of the beautiful state in which we live....hunting.  From father to son, mother to daughter the tradition has passed, and likewise Rotarians have passed the spoon and spatula down from Rotarian to Rotarian through the years.  Seeing the smiling faces of old timers and children alike makes it all worthwhile.  Thanks to everyone who made this year's event a big success.  The Hunter's Breakfast: a tradition for the generations.   
Pat was kind enough to document the event in photos and it is here for all to see.  Just click on the photo album in the left column!