Bath, ME 0934

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Yankee Lanes' Nelson Moody was named ER Cliff's "Citizen of the Year" for 2014-15 during the Lodge Installation on April 11th, 2015.

Member Deb Irish is named the Bath Elks "Elk of the Year for 2014-15, during the Lodge Installation on April 11th, 2015.

The Amazing Lou is a crowd favorite during the lodge Children's Christmas party on December 19th, 2014.

At the lodge Children's Christmas Party, held on December 19th, 2014, our little guests enjoy the magic of "Amazing Lou"

Santa and Mrs Claus dropped in again at the lodge Children's Christmas Party, held on December 19th, 2014. This is an annual event offered to the children and grandchildren of our members. Those kids 12 and under also receive something special from Santa!

During the weekend of Tri-County Literacy's "Candy Cane Train", Elves come from several area schools, and the Bath Lodge provides the facility for the elves to change clothes and prepare for their trains. In 2014, the CCT rain four trains, 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm on Saturday & Sunday, December 13th & 14th.

The lodge has worked with Tri-County Literacy, during their Christmas season fundraising "Candy Cane Train", since it's first year. Many Elks prepare and deliver hot cocoa to the train station, and several also volunteer during the planning and setup, and work on the train during it's four-times daily round-trips from Bath to Wiscasset during one weekend in early December.

PEY Jessie Sutfin (R) and volunteer chef Dawn Burton (L) in the kitchen making pies for another Pizza Night in the lounge.

Bath's Veterans Committee delivers their donation to the Topsham American Legion post's "Legion Riders", to benefit Maine's homeless Vets. Pictured L to R: Deb Irish, Chuck Billings, Kay Bouchard and Leon "Mac" McCreary. Kay is the leader of Topsham's Legion Riders.

Another event our membership looks forward to every year is the Veterans Committee's annual "Wild Game Night", held each winter. Donated dishes featuring the best of Maine's woods have brought deer, moose, duck, bear and goose dishes for all to enjoy, for a donation to the Vets.

During Bath's "Heritage Days", the Youth Activities booth offers grilled burgers, hot dogs and sausages as a fund raising activity.

Bath's annual "Heritage Days" riverfront festival is the opportunity for our committees to conduct the bulk of their fundraising. The Veterans traditionally offer lobster rolls for attendees.

Korean War army Vet George McConnon joined us for Flag Day this year, and described what it was like to serve in a tank in combat.

Bath has another District Deputy, PER/POY Dave Merrill (Seated, center). Helping out for his 2014-15 year are (L to R) PER Gerry Wyman, PER Mark Westrum, PER J.J. Lee, PER/POY Nick MacNeil, and PER/POY/EOY Leon "Mac" McCreary. Also on the suite (Not Shown) is Trustee Chuck Billings.


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