Lines hundreds of people long and thousands of people at a time filled the Valmy Thresheree grounds for the 41st annual Sevastopol FFA Alumni Dairy Breakfast.
The breakfast kicked off when most were waking up, as the grills were hot and the workers were serving from 6:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. People who showed up to work included current high school students who were involved in their FFA programs, to former FFA members trying to support the program. Sevastopol FFA Alumni Treasurer Tim Ash talked about the event and the money raised, and how it all goes back in some way to support the Sevastopol FFA.
However, it was not just the delicious breakfast and ice cream that brought and kept people at the event. Live country music began at 9:00 and ran all the way to the end of the breakfast. There were also wood and metal demonstrations, along with demonstrations from the Sturgeon Bay Fire Department, who brought their big ladder truck. No animals at the thresheree was no problem, as animals were brought in for a petting zoo.
For the 41st year, no matter where the dairy breakfast is held, the event has turned out to be yet another success, drawing large crowds and this year, adding to the 4th of July holiday weekend fun.