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January Breakfast

Plan to join us for breakfast at the Salvation Army Kroc Centers Café on the Canal Saturday, January 18th. (Please let me know by Wednesday the 15th if you plan to attend, so they’ll prepare enough extra biscuits and have a table reserved.)

They open at 8 AM, so plan to meet at 8:15 to enjoy their all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet for only $5, plus drinks! The buffet and coffee for 2 is $12.42. Breakfast items may include sausage, bacon, ham, eggs, fresh fruit, and more! Their fresh homemade, slow-cooked biscuits melt in your mouth.

The Center is located at 1833 Broad Street, Augusta, GA 30904. From either direction on Broad Street, turn onto Goodrich Street opposite Martha Lester school at the Canal bridge. Drive by and marvel at the sight of the King Mill and the amazing architecture for its time and stop to read the inscription on the tower. Keep in mind that the Canal is just to your left and you are below its water level. Continue straight ahead taking your time to get an idea of how large the building is up close, turn left at the end of the road and you’ll cross the Canal Bridge onto Eve Street. As soon as you cross, turn left into the parking lot. Look for our Miata and park in that area. As you face the building, there is a sidewalk leading to the side entrance to the left of the loading area. Enter there and the Café will be a short distance on your left.

After Breakfast, at 9:30, we’ll have a short tour of the Kroc Center. For those that have a New Year’s Resolution of getting in better shape, they offer one of the best facilities around with membership specials and personal training available. Their inside water-park is the best in the area. After that tour, we’ll gather outside and take a very short drive around the back and across the street to have our own private tour of the 1797 Ezekiel Harris House (admission is $2 each and some stairs is involved). They open at 10 and the tour should take about an hour. For those that want more – we’ll then drive thru downtown Augusta to the Augusta History Museum. Admission is $4 each or if we have 10+, only $2 each. The self-guided tour there could take about 2-hours. By that time we all may be hungry again and for those that want lunch, we’ll select a place in the area. Drive, eat, drive, eat…

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