Marlborough Scouts serve up pancake breakfast

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Marlborough Scouts serve up pancake breakfast
Matthew Lucas serves some scrambled eggs during a fundraising breakfast for Boy Scout Troop 41 on Sunday, June 18, at Masonic Hall. (Photo/Maureen Sullivan)

MARLBOROUGH – Those celebrating Father’s Day, checking out the nearby car show, or both, had a chance to rev up their breakfast engines with some pancakes on Sunday, June 18.

Marlborough Boy Scouts, who were mainly from Troop 41, served up pancakes, bacon, sausages, scrambled eggs and assorted beverages at the United Brethren Lodge of Masons on Newton Street.

“I like how the Masons let us use the building,” said Scout Jacoby Rowe, who’s been a member of Troop 41 for three years.

Marlborough Scouts serve up pancake breakfast
Brian DuPont delivers a bunch of finished pancakes during a fundraising breakfast for Boy Scout Troop 41 on Sunday, June 18, at Masonic Hall. (Photo/Maureen Sullivan)

Inside the kitchen, a group of “troop dads” did the prep work, mixing pancake batter and scrambling eggs.

One of the dads, Brian DuPont, said he was ready to cook up to 300 pancakes that morning.

In addition, the dads were ready to crack open a few eggs – up to 30 dozen.

Along with serving the meal, the Scouts went out to the nearby car show along Main Street, telling visitors about the breakfast.

Proceeds from the event will benefit troop activities.

For information on Troop 41, visit https://www.facebook.com/Troop41Marlborough/

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