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Boy Scouts, Legion Auxiliary offering Mother’s Day celebration meals

Treat mom to a day-before Mother's Day breakfast and a Mother's Day dinner.

Treat mom to a day-before Mother’s Day break­fast and a Mother’s Day dinner.

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – Mom shouldn’t have to cook on Mother’s Day, right? Nor should she have to take a chance on the kids’ cook­ing, or face the inevitable kitchen dis­rup­tion to follow.

So why not treat mom to a Mother’s Day dinner?

Amer­i­can Legion Aux­il­iary Unit #113 will offer a Mother’s Day Din­ner from 2 to 5 p.m. Sun­day, May 8, at the Post, 3436 Indi­ana Road in Rotonda West.

For $15, the menu will include an appe­tizer of either shrimp cock­tail or caprisi salad, and a main course a choice of salmon over rice or a 6-ounce filet mignon baked potato and mixed veg­eta­bles, along with a roll and butter.

Call the Post at 941−697−3616 for infor­ma­tion and reservations.

And that’s not all: Make it a Mother’s Day week­end with a Sat­ur­day breakfast.

The Boy Scouts Sec­ond Annual Mother’s Day Break­fast at Gulf Cove United Methodist Church will be served from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat­ur­day, May 7.

The menu includes pan­cakes, eggs, bacon, a vari­ety of sides, and an omelet bar, with tick­ets cost­ing $10. Tick­ets may be pur­chased in advance from Troop 776 Com­mit­tee Chair­man Dave Reid (941‑650‑1987), from the church office, or at the door on May 7.

All pro­ceeds will be used to help Boy Scout Troop 776 attend Camp FGL (Camp Frank G. Lump­kin) in Alabama this summer.

Gulf Cove UMC is located at 1100 McCall Road in Gulf Cove, three-quarters of a mile south of the Myakka River.

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