Tuesday, December 8, 2015

We had a wonderful breakfast on Saturday!

Mary Helen and Steve Tuttle, the patron saints and caretakers of the Copper Mountain Mesa Community Center, have taken a well-deserved vacation and left the store in the hands of the kids: the Board of Directors of the Copper Mountain Mesa Community Association. You know the old saying, "When the cat's away, the mice will play"? Well, we took advantage of their absence to try a few new things at breakfast. Kip Fjeldt made oatmeal last week. Dave King and Annelies Kuiper are still busy grating potatoes for homemade hash browns. Teresa made the biscuits and is still trying to measure up to Mary Helen's.

Here are some pics of happy customers from last Saturday's breakfast.

Greg Bevington and Jim Kaplan from Wonder Valley, and
(So sorry I don't remember your name on the left) and Nora Rolf on the right.
Journalist Lauren Ell and publisher of The Raven Journal Rohini Walker.
Once breakfast was over, Jack Kennedy, one of my favorite customers put the painting below in my hands. Jack commissioned the painting from Frank Mezget who lives and works at The Glass Outhouse Gallery. It's of the Copper Mountain Mesa Community Center. Jack, THANK YOU! That's SO super kind!

The Copper Mountain Mesa Community Center, by Frank Mezget, commissioned and donated by Jack Kennedy.

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