Masonic Pajarito Lodge Hosts Waffle Breakfast Oct. 17


The Pajarito Masonic Lodge is hosting a waffle breakfast to benefit the Northern New Mexico Fusion Volleyball Club. What a perfect way to spend a Saturday morning … eating waffles, raising money to help our kids, and not having to clean the kitchen afterwards. 

The event is 7:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 17 at the Pajarito Lodge at 15th Street and Canyon. Admission is $7 for adults and $3.50 for kids six and under. The menu includes waffles, eggs, bacon, sausage, juices and coffee … So come hungry!

“We are so grateful to the Pajarito Masonic Lodge for choosing Fusion to benefit from the waffle breakfast they are hosting,” Fusion Club Director Susan Segler said. “Organized sports are so beneficial to our kids! Not only do they learn how to work hard towards a goal and how to play well with others, but also studies show that kids who play sports do better academically. The more girls that have the opportunity to play club volleyball because of the scholarship money the breakfast will help provide, the better!”  

Chartered May 21, 1947, which is relatively new by Masonic standards, Pajarito Lodge has an unusual history reflective of the constraints imposed by the top-secret Manhattan Project. There were many Masons, of course, among those scientists, engineers, and servicemen brought to the remote Pajarito Plateau in 1943 to develop the first atomic bomb, but a Masonic lodge did not begin at Los Alamos until after the end of World War II.   

Fusion Volleyball Club strives for excellence through hard work, commitment, and fun! Our coaches have combined decades of playing and coaching experience. For more information regarding Fusion and how to get involved, please visit  
Contact: Susan Segler, 505-690-1782,