Sedalians start Thanksgiving with ham breakfast


Ella Lohoefener, Adam Lohoefener and Macy Streb pick out some pieces of fruit to add to their breakfast plates during Thursday morning’s 44th annual Ham Breakfast to benefit the Children’s Therapy Center. Susan Mergen, Director of Development at the Center for Human Services, said they expected to raise a combined $15,000 between the breakfast and the Turkey Trot.


From left, Don Weaver, Larry Horton and Doug Haley prepare cups of orange juice and Bloody Mary’s during Thursday morning’s ham breakfast.


A long line of people make their way down the buffet line choosing from a wide spread of breakfast foods, including ham, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, bacon, fruit and desserts.


Ella Lohoefener, Adam Lohoefener and Macy Streb pick out some pieces of fruit to add to their breakfast plates during Thursday morning’s 44th annual Ham Breakfast to benefit the Children’s Therapy Center. Susan Mergen, Director of Development at the Center for Human Services, said they expected to raise a combined $15,000 between the breakfast and the Turkey Trot.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_TSD112715HamBreakfast.jpgElla Lohoefener, Adam Lohoefener and Macy Streb pick out some pieces of fruit to add to their breakfast plates during Thursday morning’s 44th annual Ham Breakfast to benefit the Children’s Therapy Center. Susan Mergen, Director of Development at the Center for Human Services, said they expected to raise a combined $15,000 between the breakfast and the Turkey Trot.

From left, Don Weaver, Larry Horton and Doug Haley prepare cups of orange juice and Bloody Mary’s during Thursday morning’s ham breakfast.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_TSD112715HamBreakfast2.jpgFrom left, Don Weaver, Larry Horton and Doug Haley prepare cups of orange juice and Bloody Mary’s during Thursday morning’s ham breakfast.

A long line of people make their way down the buffet line choosing from a wide spread of breakfast foods, including ham, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, bacon, fruit and desserts.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_TSD112715HamBreakfast3.jpgA long line of people make their way down the buffet line choosing from a wide spread of breakfast foods, including ham, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, bacon, fruit and desserts.

Ella Lohoefener, Adam Lohoefener and Macy Streb pick out some pieces of fruit to add to their breakfast plates during Thursday morning’s 44th annual Ham Breakfast to benefit the Children’s Therapy Center. Susan Mergen, Director of Development at the Center for Human Services, said they expected to raise a combined $15,000 between the breakfast and the Turkey Trot.

From left, Don Weaver, Larry Horton and Doug Haley prepare cups of orange juice and Bloody Mary’s during Thursday morning’s ham breakfast.

A long line of people make their way down the buffet line choosing from a wide spread of breakfast foods, including ham, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, bacon, fruit and desserts.

Sedalia Democrat
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