Camillus, NY 2367

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As part of our Spotlight Grant, the lodge was able to purchase $2000 of items desperately in need for the Vet Center on Pine Street in Syracuse. Items purchased included cleaning supplies, toiletries, socks, t-shirts, underwear, blankets, and snacks. Pictured is Exalted Ruler Jay Mason, Camillus Elks Veteran's Chair Bob Maraio, and Veteran's Director Steve Lockwood. How amazing it is that we can make this huge impact to our community through donations our members have made. Thanks so much to each and everyone of you for making it happen!!!!

New York State Scholarship recipient Victoria Holzhauer is pictured with Exalted Ruler Jay Mason as he presents her with a Certificate of recognition.



Camillus Elks Lodge 2367 recognized many individuals from the community at the lodge meeting. Officer Thomas Skardinski and Detective Anthony Gucciardi of the Camillus Police Department along with Exalted Ruler Jay Mason received medals for their service giving back to the community along with a Certificate of Service and an American Flag pin.

Camillus Elks Lodge 2367 welcomes their new members!! Pictured left to right are Jonathan Plochko, John Gossin, Maryellen Gossin, Danielle Trovato, Sandra Patnode, Exalted ruler Jay Mason, Debbie Morrell, Brandi Holzhauer, and Mark Holzhauer



Camillus Elks Lodge #2367 continues to give back to the community. Camillus Elks took on a month long lodge event to have a food canned drive for the Samaritan Center where our own Exalted Ruler Jay Mason volunteers on a regular basis. And doing what our lodge always does, they stepped up and did an amazing job.

Camillus Elks Lodge 2367 presents a check of $1000 from our Gratitude Grant to the Camillus Town Shop Youth Center. The Youth center just celebrated their 50th anniversary of providing local youth a place in their community where they can find guidance, support, and companionship, along with having enriching, cultural, recreational, and community service experiences. Their motto is "Honoring the Ideas of Young People".



What an amazing Father's Day it was!! Breakfast at the Camillus Elks Lodge was successful with the help of our volunteers and Warner's Boy Scout Troop 60!! As part f our Gratitude Grant $1000 was donated to the Boy Scout Troop to help with camping supplies etc. These boys do so much for our lodge, it was a privilege to give back to them.

Exalted Ruler Jay Mason presents Heidi Soine, the Development Coordinator at the Food Bank of Central New York with a $350 check to help provide food for individuals in need. There motto is "Do Right and Feed Everyone" and the Camillus Lodge is helping the agency do that. Camillus Elks Lodge giving back to the community.



The Camillus Elks Lodge made good use of their 2020 Gratitude Grant. Shown here are PER Jay Mason giving a check for $1,000.00 to Mary Beth Frey, Executive Director of the Samaritan Center. In addition, the Lodge donated $1,000.00 to The Food Bank of CNY, and $500.00 to ECHO Meals on Wheels. The grant was made available through Elks National Foundation. 4/2020

Lodge Secretary Cheryl Chesneski was named Elk of the Year for 2018-2019.



Loyal Knight Joe Andrews shown with players the Lodge sponsored for the District Junior Golf Tournament. 2019

As a way of honoring our members and their immediate families (spouses of children), The Camillus Elks Lodge is establishing a Memorial Garden. The initial order of bricks has arrive. Several imprint options are available. Order forms are available at the Lodge. December 2019



December 9, 2019 State Vice President Bob Culican and DDGER Ray Caplin present a banner acknowledging the Camillus Elks Lodge for given back more than $2.2 million to the community. Also, our Lodge was recognized for have a deliquency rate of 1.2% - the lowest in the state.

Trustee Stan Chesneski displays a Welcome Home sign during the 2019 Honor Flight return. The Lodge donated $1,500 provided by an ENF Gratitude Grant.



One of many trunk loads of goods supplied to the vets re-homing project. By mid-December 2019, the Lodge had assisted in re-homing over 140 homeless vets.

Our Lodge has prepared for our Memorial Day Ceremony. All past Lodge and auxiliary members are remembered. 2019



The float is ready to go. Members walk or ride on the float to participate in the Memorial Day Parade. Following the parade,the Lodge holds a chicken BBQ. 5/19

More than 45 members, friends and family pitched in to build bunk beds for Sleep in Heavenly Peace. The organization believes that no child should sleep on the floor in our town. (October 2019)




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