CT COASTAL
District No. 1680

Lodge #899 Guest Book


Jozelle Whitmire (jwhitmire1973@att.net)

from Orange, CA, Lodge #1475

I can't wait to visit your Lodge - hopefully it will be when I'm able to MOVE to Connecticut for good! In the meantime, I made a map of Hope St., added it to my iFit membership, and so am able to walk by the Lodge frequently. :)

Posted 05/18/2016 at 1:42 PM


David Laws (medicdave365@aol.com)

Greetings, I have a question concerning on of your late members, Leslie Leo Laws. I recently found his obituary and was wondering if you could provide me any information about him (subjective, objective, anecdotal, etc.) I am researchign the Laws genealogical tree and woudl like any information you could provide me. I know extremely little of this branch of the Laws family tree so ANY information is appreciated.

Posted 09/20/2013 at 7:18 PM


Rock Anderson (rock@prescottelks.org)

from Prescott, AZ, Lodge #330

Greetings from Prescott 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, are 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. We have a very content rich elks.org site. Featured pages are [Facilites], [Officers], [Elks'n the News], [Extra Pages](includes rich history of our lodge) and especially our [Photo Gallery]. If you have time after looking it over please sign our [Guest Book]. Thank you

Posted 05/09/2012 at 6:17 PM


Ed Becker (biged.7837@verizon.net)

from Watertown, NY, Lodge #496

Greetings from ER Scott LaVere and Members of Watertown, NY Lodge 496

“ Gate Way To The 1000 Islands and the St. Lawrence River ”

Winter has just about left our neck of the woods, except for up on the Tug Hill Plateau south of town where we still have two foot of snow. But, the warm weather is starting to return to the north country of up State New York.

Just stopped by to say hello and view your web page, maybe get some new ideas.

If you are in our area, why not stop by and say Hello! You can find directions to our Lodge on our web site under Links.

Thanks, Ed Becker, PEOY, PO, Lodge Webmaster,

Posted 04/22/2009 at 3:18 PM


Bob Gillis (bob.gillis@yahoo.com)

from Winthrop, MA, Lodge #1078

Greetings from Winthrop MA. Lodge #1078, If your ever in our area be sure and stop in. You can also click on over check out our web page and sign our guest book. Our Lodge is minutes from Boston, in 2007 we are celebrating 100 years of Elkdom.

Bob Gillis, Lodge Historian

Posted 09/29/2006 at 8:04 AM


Andy Wolke (awolke1@optonline.net)

from Smithtown, NY, Lodge #2036

Greetings from Smithtown NY Lodge #2036 If your ever in our area be sure and stop in. You can also click on over check out our web page and sign our guest book.

Andy Wolke #2036 Web Master.

Posted 08/28/2006 at 3:27 PM


Duncan Elks Lodge (elksdgcc@cableone.net)

The Duncan Elks are proud to be the first to sign your Guest Book! It is great to see other Elks Lodges using the web. Our Lodge 1446 is also on the Elks page, please drop by and sign our guest book. We also have our own web page listed as: www.duncanelksclub.org. We have a 18 hole golf course, pro shop, ballroom, dining room, swimming pool, card room, lounge, and 19th hole. If you or any of your members are ever in Duncan, Oklahoma, please stop by and play a round of golf and have dinner. We would love to have other Elks come and see us.

We are the proud home Lodge of Mr. James Beyl, Oklahoma Elks State President for 2004-2005.

Sam Amerson

Posted 08/11/2006 at 7:43 AM


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