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Fifty years later, the Posse Lodge is likely utilized more now then ever before, said Posse Lodge President Cary Grzadzinski.
“Between our Cowboy Breakfasts held the first Sunday of every month serving between 300-400 people, nearly full of weekend weddings, graduations, birthday party rentals, business meetings and now our annual Rodeo Steak Fry and Dance, the Posse Lodge currently entertains between 10,000-12,000 area residents each year,” Grzadzinski said.
Breakfast proceeds have allowed Posse Lodge board members to complete major renovations to the lodge during the last two years. They’ve upgraded the 1950s electrical and plumbing systems, restored the bar area and renovated the kitchen.
The board is sharing its good fortune by allowing other groups and organizations to host an occasional Cowboy Breakfast to reap some of the profits.
Organizations that have or are scheduled to host a breakfast include school groups, a tennis team, Volleyball FUSION, Chamisa PTA, Alzheimer’s Association, Los Alamos Pony Club, American Cancer Society, the Rotary Club, Empty Bowl and Military Order Of World Wars (MOWW).
The monthly Cowboy Breakfasts run from 7-11 a.m., with an all-you-can-eat menu that includes plain, blueberry, banana and chocolate chip pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, orange juice and coffee.
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