The monthly airport breakfasts put on by Guntersville Chapter 683 of the Experimental Aircraft Association are always fun.

But the breakfast this Saturday at the airport promises to be extra special.

The Rocket City Mustang Club, which has some really nice Ford Mustang cars, will be attending.

Also in attendance will be local artist Tod Keith Grigsby. He will be demonstrating airbrush art rendering a dragon that was digitally designed in 3D space by his partner, Rhia Shae of Selene Shae Studios.

Tod grew up in Virginia and spent nine years in the United States Marine Corps.He laid down the sword and picked up the airbrush over twenty years ago. Eight years ago, Tod moved from California to the South to care for his elderly parents. He was recently joined by his love, Rhia, to share in the care of his beloved parents and to accompany him on his artistic journey.

Tod and Rhia often collaborate on art pieces and also teach airbrush at the Albertville and Gadsden Hobby Lobby Stores.

The pancake breakfast will be held 8:00-9:30 a.m. rain or shine at the Bill Greenhaw Aviation Center.

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on Highway 431-N

A $7 donation per person is suggested. Kids 12 and under eat free. The Aviation Museum next door to the Greenhaw Center will be open.

There are often interesting aircraft on display at the monthly breakfast.

The menu includes pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits & gravy, fruit, juice & coffee and more.

This week’s serving group is the Waterfront Volunteer Fire Department.

For more information, please contact Chapter President Joel Polletta at 256-990-1144.

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