A pancake breakfast with a twist

March 30, 2011 by Craig Fuller
serving pancakes

Pete Bunce (left), Matt Zuccaro (right), and I discovered new talents as we served pancakes to our members at an appreciation breakfast.

As president of AOPA I am fortunate to take part in plenty of pancake breakfasts at airports around the nation. They’re a tradition as old as aviation, and they’re a great way to get to know your fellow pilots. Today, at Sun ‘n Fun it was my turn to be one of the hosts. This morning GAMA’s Pete Bunce, HAI’s Matt Zuccaro, and I served pancakes to members of our associations at a member appreciation breakfast. We couldn’t have enjoyed it more and I look forward to doing it again. I think with some practice I could get good at flipping pancakes. I hope you’ll come out to our next event and find out for yourself!

One Response to “A pancake breakfast with a twist”

  1. Diana Jones Says:

    It think it is unfortunate that you don’t make more frequent mention of the Civil Air Patrol when discussing GA in AOPA publications. CAP plays a vital part in increasing awareness of GA career opportunities to youngsters 12 to 21. Furthermore a high percentage of CAP adult members are GA pilots and/or GA aircraft owners.

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