How should the sentence read?
Maurice T. Suttles VFW Post 3413 celebrated it on May 10, with the usually breakfast of egg, sausage, bisque and gravy.
I suspect the use of the word "it" in the first sentence means there was a previous sentence that explained that Maurice had a birthday, an anniversary, or other noteworthy event. In that case, the sentence went wrong with the formal name and reference to the fellow's Veteran of Foreign Wars Post. That would have belonged in the first sentence. And of course, "the usually" should be replaced by "his usual"
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