The Laurens County Airport will host the S.C. Breakfast Cub on Sunday, Sept. 15. The club was founded in 1938, and except for a couple years during World War II, it has met continuously, weather permitting, every two weeks at a host airport.

The S.C. Breakfast Club is an informal organization where pilots and aviation enthusiasts gather for breakfast and catch up on aviation news. Last year there were approximately 50 aircraft visiting the airport from all over South Carolina.

Aircraft begin arriving around 8:30-9 a.m. and depart the airport by noon. A hearty breakfast is provided by Boy Scout Troop and Pack 339 from Laurens for $8 for adults and $5 for youth under 12. The event is a fundraiser for the troop.

Visit the S.C. Breakfast Club website at http:/ for additional information. The public is invited.