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Belleview Masonic Lodge hosts a classic breakfast feast

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The Belleview Masonic Lodge No 95 held their monthly All You Can Eat Breakfast from 8 am to 11 am on Saturday, January 13, 2024, at 5871 SE Baseline Road in Belleview, next to Belleview Florist.

For only $8, you can have your eggs cooked whatever way you like, hash browns, sausage, bacon, biscuits and gravy, grits, pancakes, toast, orange juice and coffee, and the supply is endless.

This event is held the second Saturday of each month and offers all the classic breakfast favorites, you are sure not to leave hungry.

Your breakfast is prepared and served by Belleview’s local Masonic members who volunteer their time. On average, 100 meals are served each month at this local tradition. For more information on the Masonic Lodge happenings, follow them on Facebook at Belleview Masonic Lodge No 95 F & AM.

The Masonic Lodge helps to benefit many local charities throughout the year.

Masons Cook Up A Breakfast To Impress

From left, Will White, Greg Rutledge, Mike Bolin, Vincent Salvato, John Dalton and George Sinclair were the cooks at Belleview Masonic Lodge’s All You Can Eat Breakfast.

Masonic Lodges Knows How To Do Breakfast

Volunteer server, Nancy Brandlein serves Dennis Dean, left and his friend at the monthly Belleview Masonic Lodges All You Can Eat Breakfast. The breakfast is held the second Saturday of each month from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM.

Don’t Go Bacon Our Hearts

Vincent Salvato, a Masonic Lodge member, cooks up the bacon at the monthly Masonic Lodge All You Can Eat Breakfast on Saturday, January 13, 2024.

A Cup Of Joe To Start The Day

Dave Hutchison gets himself a cup of hot coffee while he waits for his made to order breakfast at the All You Can Eat Breakfast at 5871 SE Baseline Road in Belleview.

First Time Diners Enjoy A Classic Feast

Cheryl Woods (left) and her mother-in-law Grace Castongue enjoyed a Belleview tradition for the first time at the Masonic Lodges All You Can Eat Breakfast.

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