Click play below to listen to KMZU’s Ashley Johnson speak with Braymer Lions Club President Denny Herring:

Denny Herring

The Braymer Lions Club is hosting a free will donation biscuit and gravy breakfast tomorrow morning. “Jeremy Cosgrove, the guy we’re having this for, he was in an automobile accident about 6 months ago,” said Herring, “He has been off work and he just now got started back. He still has a lot of therapy left to go through on his arm, his right hand, which is the one he uses. We were going to try and help him and his family out until maybe things work out with the insurance companies.”

The community and anyone else in the area are encouraged to attend. Not only is there no price set, but all money collected will go to a good cause. “I think we’ll have a fine breakfast,” Herring stated, “Everybody needs to come out because I think the quality of the food will be excellent.”

Tomorrow’s breakfast is scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. and run through 1 p.m. at the Braymer Lions Club Community Building off of Main street.