Start off year with Cowboy Breakfast

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Start the New Year with a Cowboy Pancake Breakfast.  The first breakfast of the year will be from 7-11 a.m.  Sunday at the Posse Lodge on North Mesa Road.

The all-you-can-eat breakfast features a variety of pancakes plus eggs, sausage, bacon, coffee and juice. Adult breakfasts will cost $7, children 10 and under can eat for $4.

This month, the proceeds from breakfast will benefit the Rotary Club of Los Alamos.

The Rotary Club, which has been serving the Los Alamos community for over 50 years, plans to use the funds for improvements to the Quemazon Trailhead.

Other projects supported by the club and the community’s generosity include providing pre-paid exam vouchers for UNM-LA students in the high school equivalency program; the LAHS Memorial Garden; vocational training for Delancey Street residents; transportation to swimming lessons for fourth-graders in the elementary schools; an active inbound and outbound Youth Exchange Student Exchange program and leadership camp for high school students; the Deborah Beene Music Awards; the LAHS Memorial Garden; picnic tables for PEEC; funding support for the Posse Lodge, FIRST Robotics, the Hilltalkers Speech and Debate; LA Makers, Boy Scouts, LA Cares, Family Strengths Network, the Senior Center, and PAC-8 after-school programs for middle-schoolers.

In addition, the club supports freshwater initiatives in the highlands of Guatemala, a school for refugee children in the Dominican Republic, clean-burning stoves in Nepal, and Rotary International’s signature project:  the global eradication of polio.

And, those who would like to support the Rotary Club of Los Alamos and its far-reaching projects even more, should save the date for Crab Fest 2018. The Crab Fest is set for Feb. 24.

The Crab Fest is still all-you-can-eat crab legs and prawns, still at the Knights of Columbus, and still just $50 per person. Tables for 10 are on sale now. Individual tickets go on sale Feb. 7. 

For tickets and info, contact Linda Hull, RCLA vice-president, 662-7950.