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LODGE OPEN - Tuesday and Thursday 4 to 8:00 PM -AND- Saturday's 5 to 9:00 PM.


Tuesday MAY 24th - SPAGHETTI with MEATBALLS DINNER includes Salad, Garlic Bread and Dessert - $9.00 - Serving 5 PM to 7:00 PM - Public Welcome! - Dine In and Take Out Available - Call (765) 768-6134 - Doors open at 4:00 PM.  Click here:


Jay County Softball Team ... Check out the new shed at the softball field!

-Thank you so much to Jeff and Carla Pogue for their very generous donation.

-Thank you to the Dunkirk Elks who helped us raise money at a benefit breakfast they put on for the softball team.

-Thank you to Brooks Fugiett who helped us out so much with ordering the shed adding in some extras for us.

Vicky S. May ER, posted "Dunkirk Elks 1776 this is what we do and it was our Pleasure to help out with a needed project for our youth. Great picture, you all Rock!!"


 First LODGE MEETING in June:  Thursday, June 2nd - 7:30 PM - House Committee Meeting  6:30 before the Lodge Meeting.   Second LODGE MEETING of May Thursday JUNE 16th - 7:30 PM Trustees Meeting 6:30 before the Lodge Meeting. 



The Redkey area annual Memorial Day Ceremonies are as follows:

Claycomb Cemetery at 9:00 AM

The Redkey War Mother's Memorial Monument at 10:00 AM

Hillcrest Cemetery at 11:15 AM

On Monday, Memorial Day, May 30th, Officiating will be Dunkirk Elks Lodge PER and Redkey American Legion Post 401 Past Post Commander James D Fulks,

Clergy Randy Davis


Saturday, JUNE 11th - next MONTHLY DRAWING at 7:00 pm.  The MAY Monthly drawing was held and PER James Fulks was this month's winner.  Come to the Lodge and sign-up.  The drawing will be held on the second Saturday of every month at 7:00 pm.  The cost is $20.00 each month.  The monthly money is due on the last Thursday of the month. Please refer to the Monthly Drawing Rules... GOOD LUCK !!   Click here for MONTHLY DRAWING RULES :  


Newsletter MAY & JUNE 2022

Hello All!

Recap of April,

   The Fireman’s Ball was great with an exceptional group of Good people, It was our pleasure.

   Our meeting at Tipton Elks was very interesting and informative.  Bryan Rawdling was clear and precise in all our duties as Elks.  I felt good that we are on the right track.

   The Easter Party was nice, there were 15 kids who had a ball.  Whitney, Ashley and Tammy did a fun party for the kids.  There were crafts to do and bowling.  The Easter Bunny showed up and took pictures with the kids.  Afterwards the kids went out and hunted the eggs left by the Bunny.  Some eggs had candy some had money.  Everyone enjoyed Pizza and chips, cookies and Joe and Sue bought ice Cream.  Thanks to all of you for doing what you do.

   We had Initiation on the 21st bringing in new Member Tom Weekly, Welcome.

   We met our per-capita last year, so it is about time to decide what we want to apply for this year as far as who we want to give the $2,000 to.  We usually give money to the food bank in Dunkirk and Albany, the Dunkirk library, the Little league, and the animal shelter.  We will vote the 2nd meeting in May so come and be a part of it, also if you are not a member of ENF (Elks National Foundation) you should be, the help given to others by this foundation is AMAZING.  Go to

   May 7th, MARK your Calendars, Breakfast at the Elks 8am to 10am.  Biscuits and Gravy, Pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage patties, orange juice, milk and coffee.  All you can eat $8.50.  Please join us before you start your day.  The evening will be eventful with the drawing for the Fishers Meat Package ($200) value.  The proceeds from the meat package will be given to the Cancer Research at IU and Purdue University’s.  We should be proud of the sharing and giving we are able to do, ELKS CARE ELKS SHARE.  Dunkirk Elks ROCK!

   May 14th Dining room is rented to Dunkirk Alumni most of the day and all evening.  This is also our Monthly Drawing at 7pm, a little over $1,000.  We will be cooking off the grill or have something if you are hungry.

   May 21st is Awards Night, YOU MUST HAVE RESERVATIONS in by May 10th if you want to eat.  Since the officers are the cooks, no one will be cooking.  We will eat between 5pm and 6pm.  The bar will be open.

  As this Club- Lodge continues to grow we would love your input on what you like to do.  We work hard to make money so that we can donate and help others.  We should do something for ourselves.  Anyone want a tournament of Corn Hole?

  In closing, come in and see what is going on as we are starting another gun raffle.  See Barry Barger, Jon Reed or Bob Ford.

Enjoy your summer and be kind to everyone you meet, smiles are free.

Vicky S. May ER



MAY DINNERS are as follows:

May 3     -  SHRIMP DINNER with French Fries, Cole slaw and Dessert  -  $11.00

May 10   -  Tom Scruggs FRIED CHICKEN with Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans and Dessert -  $10.00

May 17   -  SLOPPY JOE'S with Baked Beans, Cole Slaw and Dessert  -  $9.00

May 24   -  SPAGHETTI with Meatballs, Salad, Garlic Bread and Dessert  -  $9.00

May 31   -  TACO SALAD - OR - BURRITOS  -  $9.00  

We are cooking on the grill most Saturdays from 5:00 to 6:30.

(The Tuesday meals are subject to change with price and the actually meal itself, due to ever increasing food prices as well as the availability of the food itself.)


Last evening at BPOE 1776 on Sat. May 14th, 2022, - We hosted the Dunkirk High School Speedcat  Alumni, as they enjoyed music with DJ:  JT Phillips (Class of 1964).  The evening was will attended, the Lodge was bustling with activity well into the late evening hours. 


MEAT BUNDLE RAFFLE for CANCER was held on Saturday, MAY 7th,2022 -  DRAWING was WON BY:  DONNA REVOLT



Special thanks to Past Exalted Ruler Bob Ford and his lovely wife Tammy for the work around the flagpole and front sidewalk at The Lodge!!



Upcoming Elks Lodge Events

An all you can eat breakfast buffet will be served on Saturday morning, May 7th from 8 to 10 AM.

The annual Elks Awards Banquet Dinner will be held on Saturday evening May 21st.

G-Lo and Stitch are playing A Cancer Research Charity Benefit on Saturday June 11th from 7 to 9 PM. Open to the public. There will be no cover charge, and all tips and proceeds will be donated to Cancer Research. -- Information provided by P.E.R. James Fulks


Initiation held on Thursday evening, April 21, 2022 - Left to right in the photo below:  Tom Weekly, Barb Irelan PER, Bob Rawlings PER, Vicky S. May ER, Barry Barger, Steve Fennig PER/PDDGER, Joe Somers PER, Bob Ford PER, John Austin PER/PDDGER, James Hillegass PER  

Installation of Lodge Officers for 2022-2023 was held at Dunkirk BPOE 1776 on Saint Patrick's Day March 17th, 2022.  The installation was conducted by  Steve Fennig, Past DDGER.  Photo of the newly installed Lodge Officers...Left to Right:

Steve Fennig, Barry Barger, Bob Rawlings, Joe Somers, Vicky May, James Fulks, Barb Irelan, Bob Ford, James Hillegass


All PICTURES LISTED BELOW can be found on the NEWS TAB Here:


PICTURES from:   Boy Scouts Of America Troop 205 Donation on TUESDAY, MARCH  15th

PICTURES from:   Elks Lodge 1776 - Updated Memorial Board 






HIRING BARTENDER - Contact Bob Ford 765-744-5955


The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will serve the people and communities through benevolent programs, demonstrating that,"ELKS CARE AND ELKS SHARE."

ADDRESS:  Elks Lodge #1776, 1026 S. Main Street (on St. Rd.167), Dunkirk IN 47336  

PHONE:  765-768-6134.

LODGE OPEN - Tuesday and Thursday 4:00 to 8:00 PM  AND  Saturday's 5:00 to 9:00 PM.  

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10 lb. BAG of ICE - $1.50 .... AVAILABLE for PURCHASE



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