HAPPY NEW YEAR!! We had a very busy Holiday season at the Lodge and many of you enjoyed our many activities. I am again asking for your help and patience at dinner time on our busy nights. Unlike a restaurant, 90% of our dinner crowd comes into the Lodge within one hour and want to leave after the drawing. This creates a backlog in the kitchen and sometimes a longer wait. The staff does the best they can, so please try to be patient and courteous. I would like to thank Mary and Jimmy Keating and Bob Pyle who have stepped in on busy nights to help our waitresses get the food out to you. If there are any others out there who would like to give us a hand, either with food service, repairs around the Lodge or acting as door monitor, please let me know.
The tile around the bar has finally been replaced. It did cause a few days inconvenience but I think you’ll agree that it was worth it. Our next project will be the replacement of the door card reader. You will need to use your membership card to access the front and rear doors. I again ask the smokers to PLEASE close the doors when you go outside. Leaving the doors ajar lets in the outside air and raises our electric bill.
I know that some of you have been upset that our food prices have risen. If you go to the grocery store, you know that prices do not remain stagnant and we now also have to pay a gas surcharge on every delivery we get. We keep the prices as low as possible but we do have to pay our expenses and the employees