The Ottumwa Courier

News in brief

October 30, 2013

BVC First Friday breakfast Friday

OTTUMWA — The Bridge View Center's First Friday breakfast buffet is sure to please this month.Breakfast will be served from 7-9 a.m. Friday in the Grand Lobby. Chef Ernie will be preparing ham cups, twice-baked breakfast potatoes, turkey bacon, French toast, fruit salad, muffins, orange juice, coffee and water.

Gathering at the breakfast buffet is a great source of networking and fellowship. Consider bringing your group down for a new experience.

The cost is only $8 per person with reservations and $10 per person on a walk-in basis. Reservations can be made by calling 641-684-7000.

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