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Posted 02/19/2019 at 11:59 AM
from Prescott, AZ, Lodge #330
Greetings from Prescott, AZ Lodge #330 "Mother Lodge of Arizona". In December of 1895 a group of enterprising businessmen in Prescott, sturdy products of the early west, charted the original petition for a dispensation and later established the Prescott Lodge. Prescott and Prescott Valley, Arizona, located about 90 miles northwest of Phoenix. With our mile high elevation (5230 ft), the cities enjoy a four-season climate with both mild winters and summers. Check out our elks.org page and sign our Guest Book.
Posted 05/02/2012 at 8:16 PM
from Aspen, CO, Lodge #224
I am trying to update the list of our lodges which sponsor a boy scout troop. Would someone please let me know if your lodge does or doesn't Thanks Dick Miller
Posted 01/08/2012 at 4:03 PM
from Palo Alto, CA, Lodge #1471
Watsonville a great lodge - great traditions. Just cruising websites of lodges in the WCD and checking PR. Always good to visit Watsonville lodge. Your current ER, Rosemarie Lewis was also ER when I was ER in Palo Alto. Her husband Ken is a great guy, both were very helpful to me when I broke my hand. And Randy McClellan, PDDGER and our lodge advisor. Good lodge to visit if you are in the area. Very friendly people.
Bob Fleck, PER Palo Alto Elks.
Posted 02/06/2011 at 1:37 PM
from Lancaster, CA, Lodge #1625
Hello Fellow Elks, I attempted to visit your Lodge over the 4th of July holiday and again on the 7th of July while visiting Santa Cruz. Waa! Lah!! Told the Lodge was closed for the next three weeks?? Did the G/L convention have anything to do with that? Would have been nice to meet some of your fellow Elks. If you have the time, please look at our Lodge web. If you have any RV'ers, we can accomodate them quite easily while touring down our area of Lancaster, CA. Hope to see you on my next visit coming through the "Artichoke Center of the World."
Posted 07/16/2010 at 9:25 PM
My 17-year old grandson is applying for scholarships, among them a local BPOE. It brought tears to my eyes. My father, Baun Jordan, who died nearly 20 years ago (though that's so hard to believe) would have been so proud. For many years he spent part of almost every day at Lodge #1300, playing dominoes (he won the championship in San Franciso one year) and drinking Bombay martinis, up, with no olive! That's what more than 200 of us were drinking at the luncheon we hosted there after his funeral. I've enjoyed your website. Thanks for the great memories.
Posted 10/27/2009 at 9:00 PM