F&L Hustlers continue tasty tradition
The smell of sizzling bacon and the sound of contented breakfast conversation filled the homey confines of Little Dixie Fire District Fire station Number Three Saturday morning.
A few miles west of the intersection of Routes T and E, northwest of Thompson, the little fire station once again was the home of a local tradition, the F&L Hustlers first day of deer season breakfast.
The breakfast is one the ways the more than 80 members of the 70 or so-years-old 4-H club raises funds for its Christmas-time projects, said club leader Megan Prater, pausing between making sure the donated pastries and orange juice are available on the refreshments table and wiping down a table after a group of hunters and family finish their dinner.
For the complete article, see this week’s edition of the Centralia Fireside Guard.