Local fire department gets support from breakfast plates and hungry residents

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Residents gathered at the Bath Volunteer Fire Department Sunday morning to enjoy some pancakes, french toast, eggs, coffee and a whole lot more. 

It was the Department’s first monthly all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet.

Those who attended could eat as much as their hearts, and stomachs, desired.

Adults were $8 and children were $6, but those small investment helps residents save even more money in the long run.

“We’re doing some breakfast this morning, help raise money to help keep department costs down,” Matt Glashauser, the fire department’s first assistant chief, explained, “so we don’t have to raise the budget and raise taxes as much in the village.”

Dave Mattoon, a resident and attendee said if they are cooking, he’ll attend.

“It’s excellent, once we eat a breakfast we don’t have to eat until, maybe never, the rest of day,” Mattoon said.

Bath was also the starting point for the Wineglass Marathon. Glasshouse said  not many runners fueled up at the buffet.

If you missed this breakfast, the next one will be October 28 from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. After that, every breakfast will be held the last Sunday of every month, except December. You can follow the Bath Volunteer Fire Department’s Facebook page for the latest details.

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