dairy

By Anette Volleman

We had however to live cows walking around the community center greeting all our guest.

We served a record number of 805 plates which included +/- 85 children plus their teachers from summer school.

We had lots of people that volunteered their time to help with this year’s breakfast and that made this event run very smooth.

We served 260 white and 650 chocolate milk.

We cooked 115 dozen scrambled eggs together with 24 lbs of cheese, 1400 biscuits and 1600 sausage patties.

We used a total of 16 lbs of butter.

We also served 500 vanilla ice cream cups and 500 strawberry yogurts, 40 cantaloupes, 18 lbs of strawberries, and 12 pts of blueberries and squirted 10 large cans of whipping cream on top of the fruit cups.

A special treat was again a big 40 lbs blocks of cheddar cheese. The cheese was cut up and served to the crowd.

We gave away lots of great door prizes and the school kids were treated with a live milking presentation by the mobile-dairy classroom.

We had a special drawing for a cooler donated by Ag Texas Farm Credit Services and the winner of this cooler was Mr. Danny Armstrong.

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