They call themselves the 4 Bucs Breakfast Club, and these young Haughton High School students are using their "club" to make a difference in the community they call home.

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Photo from Valette Weaver
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We were first alerted about these young men by Heather Stevens, whose son Hunter, joins three other incredible students to Brayden, Reid, and Kasen to spend the early morning hours each Friday in the parking lot of Haughton High School cooking breakfast for other students who might not have had the time or resources to have breakfast that morning.

When Kiss Country visited with Hunter about their weekly "Buc-fast", he said that it all started on a whim, but has evolved to the point where other Haughton students and faculty, including Valette Weaver, could not imagine a Friday morning at the Haughton campus without them.

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When asked what breakfast normally consists of, he replied "Normally there's eggs and bacon or sausage and sometimes we do pancakes, you know, the normal breakfast stuff, but it's really good. Best part is that it's FREE."

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The non-profit 4 Bucs Breakfast Club even garnered the attention of Home Depot, who jumped to their rescue with a brand new Blackstone griddle and all the needed accessories to make things easier.

From 4 Bucs Food Drive Facebook page
From 4 Bucs Food Drive Facebook page
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On Friday, December 8, the boys held a canned food drive in support of the local food bank in Haughton and tomorrow, Friday, December 15, they've focused their attention on the kids of the Haughton area.

They'll be conducting a toy drive to assist the local Haughton Police department in supporting families during the holiday season. Breakfast is FREE as always, but they are asking that those who can afford it, provide a new toy in exchange for their meal.

Just when you think that the modern generation is beyond help, young men like this step up to give you a whole new perspective! Well played guys, well played!

We are extremely proud of you and grateful for your hearts!

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