"It's a lot of fun," said Franny Hines of the Belmar first aid squad.
"It's just a nice day for us and it's our way of giving back."
Volunteers will be cooking up eggs, bacon, sausage, chicken, salad, pasta and more.
"We've got some good cooks," Mr. Hines
The senior brunch, which is in its third year, started out as a brunch for those who live at the senior citizen's residence on 8th Avenue.
"It was very successful, so we decided to open it up to all of the seniors in Belmar
," Mr. Hines
"We usually see about 120 people."
In addition to feeding attendees, the first aid squad also has an "ulterior motive," Mr. Hines
said, which is to keep all of the senior citizens' contact and medical information up-to-date.
Attendees to the brunch will be able to provide the first aid squad with their contact information.
"We try to register everybody on the county office of emergency management web page, where we keep track of seniors who may need help in the event of an emergency," Mr. Hines
The first aid squad will also distribute emergency cards to the senior citizens in attendance.
"We give them all emergency cards that we designed a few years ago that go on the refrigerators and have all their [the seniors'] information on it," Mr. Hines
"So if we come into their house and they're unable to talk to us, we go to the fridge, find that card, and it has all the pertinent information - medicine, next of kin, doctors.
It just helps us out in dealing with medical emergencies."
In addition to the food and safety aspects of the brunch, it also provides first aid volunteers and Belmar's senior citizens with the valuable opportunity to interact in a non-emergency situation.
"We want [the seniors] to know they can come out and have a good time," Mr. Hines