Every other Sunday since 1938…

…pilots and aviation enthusiasts have met for breakfast at an airport somewhere in South Carolina and a few surrounding states – missing only events during World War II when aircraft fuel was not available.  Pilots are a resourceful bunch and figured out how to fly by running their airplanes on car gas. The Breakfast Club resumed meetings two years later and continues to this day.


Due to the forecast of winter weather this weekend, the Darlington SCBC scheduled for December 9 has been cancelled.

Everybody stay safe out there!

The next SCBC will be at Aiken on January 6, 2019.

Our 2019 Schedule is now on-line. 
Want to know where we will be next year? 
Take a look here!

(Aircraft on our banner is a Cessna O-1 Bird Dog owned by Rick and Kathy Hegenberger based at KJZI.)

How It Works

There are no dues and no meeting requirements.
Attend once and you are a member for life.
The only rule is to fly safe.

Breakfast is around $6 – $10 per plate, is ready about 9am, and there is always plenty.

Fly in or drive to the airport, belly up and talk aircraft, aviation, or anything else,
to your heart’s content.

Pilot or non-pilot, everyone is welcome!

2018 Schedule

2019 Schedule



Armistice Celebration in Bishopville November 11

The SCBC is scheduled for Bishopville on November 11 – the 100th Anniversary of the WWI Armistice. The Cotton Museum, our usual venue, will also be hosting several special activities on that day to celebrate the Armistice – including exhibition of South Carolina’s restored Merci Train car. The Cotton Museum is inviting the SCBC to …


Wondering where we will be next?
Check out our 2018 and 2019 Schedules!

Who to contact for General Information and Scheduling:

SECRETARY: Wendy Griffin (803)446-0214

DISTRICT I (Western SC): Scott Crosby (scott.crosby@charter.net)
DISTRICT II (Middle SC): Stoney Truett (stoneytruett54@gmail.com)
DISTRICT III (Eastern SC): Roger Blackman (rogerlblackman@yahoo.com)


We always want to keep our members informed about…

  • Events of interest to the flying community;
  • Information about the great things general aviation pilots do – such as Angel Flights, Pilots ‘n Paws, Wounded Warrior and other activities;
  • News about airplanes people are building, where they are, and how they are doing.
  • Last – but certainly not least – we want to keep up with our older pilots health and well being.

Keep us in the loop by contacting us: