"We decided to do it free for veterans because this month's breakfast falls on Veterans Day," said member Darlene Swisher
It has been a decade since the breakfast coincided with Veterans Day, member Deb Hoover added.
The volunteers usually charge $10 for adults and $4 for children age three and older. Children under the age of three may eat free.
The volunteers will serve their traditional breakfast menu.
It includes chipped beef gravy, ham, bacon, scrambled eggs, sausage, scrapple, fried potatoes, donuts, fruit, coffee, tea, tomato or orange juice, and chocolate milk.
They will also serve tapioca pudding.
"That always goes fast. It's a favorite around here," volunteer John Graybill said.
The meal will be served at the Bart Township Fire Hall, 11 Furnace Rd., Georgetown, from 6 to 10 a.m.
To qualify for a free meal, veterans must bring their identification cards, discharge documents, or other proof of service.