The Annual Firefighters Breakfast

Pictured, new St. Marys Fire Department Chief Richard "Andy" Anderson, middle, poses at the entrance to the St. Marys Fire Hall Sunday during the annual Fire Fighter's Breakfast with fire fighter Jim Burlingham, left, and Captain Kevin Edwards. Chief Anderson takes over beginning May 9. Turnout was high in spite of the weather, with the fire fighters serving over 625 people before 10:00 am after the 8:00 am start, and an eventual total of around 1,150 people. Money raised at the event goes towards Muscular Dystrophy Canada, local sports and other local charities.
Pictured, new St. Marys Fire Department Chief Richard “Andy” Anderson, middle, poses at the entrance to the St. Marys Fire Hall Sunday during the annual Firefighters Breakfast with firefighter Jim Burlingham, left, and Captain Kevin Edwards. Chief Anderson takes over beginning May 9. Turnout was high in spite of the weather, with the firefighters serving over 625 people before 10:00 am after the 8:00 am start, and an eventual total of around 1,150 people. Money raised at the event goes towards Muscular Dystrophy Canada, local sports and other local charities.
St. Marys firefighter Darcy Robinson, left, and interim Fire Chief Brent Dundas man the fried egg station Sunday morning. The firefighters had 300 dozen eggs to serve at their annual breakfast.
St. Marys firefighter Darcy Robinson, left, and interim Fire Chief Brent Dundas man the fried egg station Sunday morning. The firefighters had 300 dozen eggs to serve at their annual breakfast.
St. Marys firefighter Sam Parkinson serves up some bacon during the annual firefighters breakfast on Sunday, while fire fighter Lucas Jeffrey stands at the ready with pancakes. The firefighters had over 1,100 pounds of sausages and bacon ready to feed the hungry residents of St. Marys and area.
St. Marys firefighter Sam Parkinson serves up some bacon during the annual firefighters breakfast on Sunday, while fire fighter Lucas Jeffrey stands at the ready with pancakes. The firefighters had over 1,100 pounds of sausages and bacon ready to feed the hungry residents of St. Marys and area.
Parker Levy enjoying himself at this past Sunday’s Fireman’s Breakfast.
Parker Levy enjoying himself at this past Sunday’s Fireman’s Breakfast.

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