Latest Lodge News
- Local businesses who donated to our 2014 Mardi Gras
(No particular order) GAJ Photographs - Tami Colacicco-Seddon, Bulldog Sounds DJ Services, Dove Chocolate Discoveries - Jennifer Heasley, Lia Sophia - Elizabeth Gannon-Horton, Wicked Women Inc., Athens Agway, Northeast ATV Sales, Bimbo Bakeries (Sayre and Elmira locations), Backwoods Primitives, E.L. (Bud) Lohmann, Dandy, Carl Etshman Co., Kate's Hallmark, LaHeir Jewelry Designs, Louis Q. Photography, Oooh La La Loves Dessert Bar Designers, Mid-State Beverage, Nanook's, Sayre Elks Lodge No. 1148 Officers, Sayre 'n dipity, Sayre Elks Banquet Hall, Shadowbox Treasures, Spencer's Art & Framing, Stilettos Hair and Nails, Tioga Taw Kwon Do, Up In Arms Shooting Supplies Inc., and Wal-Mart.
- Mardi Gras 2014
Wow! Thank you to everyone who made this years' event a huge success. To those who sponsored our event through donations, solicited sponsors, baked, sold tickets, bought tickets, worked our events, prepared our meal... We couldn't have done it without you!
- Thursday Bar Bingo
The club is currently hosting a Jackpot Triple Play bingo. Click for details.
- 2014 March Bulletin
Click this link to read the latest edition of The Elk's Tracks.
- Become a Donor
If you have or and had questions about what it involved, visit www.donatelife.com. This website explains the need for donors and answers your questions. If you choose to become part of this "movement" please contact the lodge secretary so the lodge can record our participation in this program.
- Your ENF Contributions in Action!
Tuesday evening, May 22nd, members of our lodge presented a check to Sayre Mayor Denny Thomas to help pay for renovations at the Howard Elmer Park. This donation was made possible through a grant our lodge received from the Elks National Foundation. Only those lodges who met their per capita in giving were eligible to apply for the grant. Thank you for your generous support to this program!
- Come Join Sayre Elks Antlers!!!
News about our exciting program for children in the community.
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