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Saturday before Thanksgiving, THIS Saturday, set the turkey to thaw then come to RJ.'s restaurant for a buffet breakfast to benefit the Statesboro Pilot Club. Pilot Club has served boutiful breakfasts once a year for over 30 years at Snooky's restaurant. Snooky's is now a part of Statesboro history but the tradition will continue at RJ's Restaurant, just a few blocks away.
Buy a ticket in advance from any Pilot Club member or pay at the door for a real southern breakfast buffet including ham, sausage, bacon, grits, biscuits, fruit, coffee and more. Only $7 per adult and $4 for young children.
It is a Statesboro tradition, you will see everyone you know and the best part is that all proceeds will go to local needs. Pilot Club supports projects relating to brain health and brain related diseases including: Brainminders Puppet Show for all K students to teach children to be safe and protect their brains; dictionaries given free to every 3rd grader in Bulloch County; Alzheimer's support group for caregivers that meets at EGR hospital monthly; CNA for the Silver Lining Club, Project Lifesaver to locate wandering patients; Saturday respite program for people with diminishing memory; partnering with Alzheimer's Association to provide incontinence supplies through the Caring Closet at the Outreach Center and other community events.
For more information about the Pilot Club of Statesboro, contact club president Gwen Yarbrough at 764-9353 or for more information about the breakfast, contact Magina Bullock at 536-0302.
Come to RJ's restaurant Saturday, enjoy all you care to eat breakfast the Saturday before Thanksgiving and help support brain related projects locally


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