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Pool Rules

Summertime is right around the corner and as the weather heats up, the pool gets an increase of traffic. Please familiarize yourself with the Pool Rules & help with FRIENDLY enforcement.

  1. Persons use the pool at their own risk.
  2. The pool is for the use of Elks, their Families and a reasonable number of guests.
  3. Pool will be closed during Lodge Sessions. (Every first and third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm.)
  4. No running or boisterous play in pool areas.
  5. Glass bottles, glasses or jars are NOT permitted in the pool area.
  6. Children under the age of 18 MUST be supervised by a member or spouse at all times.
  7. Bathing attire is not allowed in the clubhouse and will be strictly enforced.
  8. The management shall not be responsible for lost or stolen articles.
  9. Visiting Elks and their families may use the pool.
  10. Children under the age 3 MAY NOT USE the main pool under any conditions. No child, no matter what their age, may use the main pool under any circumstances if they use a swim diaper.
  11. Children who are not toilet trained MUST wear swim diapers.
  12. Only small pool toys are allowed in the pool area.
  13. Animals are not allowed within the pool enclosure, with the exception of service animals.
  14. All persons including members, spouses, family and guests utilizing the pool must register the names of all the users in the registration book at the entrance each and every visit upon entering the pool area.


These rules will be enforced and members causing infractions will be notified. Please, don’t spoil the fun by abusing your Lodge privileges. Let’s have fun and stay safe!


From The Exalted Ruler

We are swinging into my favorite season! I’m ready for Summertime and the consistent warm weather that comes with it here on the Central Coast! The month of May started off and finished STRONG. The first weekend brought a friendly competition at the annual Ritual Contest between the Lodges in our West Central Coast District. Our Officer Corp practiced for months! I’m happy to report that three Officers placed top three and overall our team got fourth place!!! It was a proud night for SLO322!

Our Annual Kentucky Derby was the following day and thanks to our Esteemed Lecturing Knight, Cynde Spence the event continues to grow every year- wonderful food, fabulous attire and great camaraderie. In the middle of the month we had a top notch crew who stepped up to help with Mother’s Day Brunch. Reggie Greenwood and his volunteers worked very hard in the kitchen and the Lodge was packed. We are very thankful to everyone who helped out! The next day we honored 18 local students at our annual Student of the Year and Scholarship Night and awarded them a combined total of $16,800! Two days later six Officers left for the four day California Hawaii Elks Association Convention in Fresno.

This month we initiated 15 new members and honored Zoli Harway as our Volunteer of the Month! Zoli has really taken an active roll in the Lodge- he is attending meetings regularly, has joined multiple Committees and helps out when needed. We ended the month with a wonderful Memorial Day- our Scouts participated in the Annual Ceremony put on by the American Legion at the Cemetery and shared the History of our Flag. Our Annual Pool Party was rocking thanks to the Lucky Nine’s and the CYOS crew! Phew! that was lot! June brings with it Poolside Grill every weekend, Flag Day by the Pool, Father’s Day by the Pool, the Association Vice President Visitation at our Lodge and the Annual Grand Lodge National Convention in St. Louis!

The Lodge is going to get busier as the weather warms up, kiddos get out of school and visiting Elks travel to the Central Coast. Please make sure to obey our By-laws, House Rules, and Pool Rules and please give FRIENDLY reminders with Brotherly Love to those who need them. Watch out for each other, care for our Lodge, keep guests to a reasonable number and make sure to sign everyone in on the guest book at the front, back and pool entrance. And, lastly we alway need volunteers. Please keep in mind that we request every member volunteers 12 hours per year. Check out opportunities at! See you Poolside!!

With Fidelity,
Teresa Lara, PER
Exalted Ruler


With Brotherly Love

Summer is getting closer and the weather is changing it seems by the hour!! We have had some great days in the sun and then that random rain! WOW! We are all looking forward to a fantastic Summer full of good health, sunshine and good times!

To ensure that, let’s remember- again out of Brotherly Love- to keep following the Statues and By-laws of the Lodge. Do your part to help out, volunteer, bus your tables and clean up after yourself and your guests! 

Also as a reminder, the By-law state is that smoking is not permitted within 25 feet of the lodge building. That means no smoking is allowed near the building at all. This By-law matches the City smoking ordinance that governs all public buildings and is imposed to ensure the public’s health.

We all know the facts: smoking is bad for our health and secondhand smoke is really bad, especially for the young, elderly, and those with respiratory issues. Statistics show that e-cigarette smoking (i.e. “Vaping”) is rapidly increasing in our teenage community, which is leading to serious health and behavioral problems and increasing educational difficulties.

Please help us do good and as Elks continue to look out for our younger generations (that are always watching our behavior) by setting a good example.

Cyndee Lee Spence
Esteemed Lecturing Knight


Volunteers Needed

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS! We are a large Lodge, nearly 2,400 strong! When you become an Elk, it is suggested you offer 12 volunteer hours each year to any of the many events and causes where we give service. What you may not realize is that these hours are calculated and reported to the National Elks. And, with our volunteer hours, our Lodge is acknowledged and awarded opportunities to apply for a variety of grants and scholarships. The monies that are awarded are allocated in OUR community.


Please note that all activities needing volunteer support are available for you to view on SignUpGenius. We ask you to look at SignUpGenius in the months ahead as a means of securing an hour or two toward your yearly goal of 12 hours. After all, so much goodness awaits, when we embrace the benevolent aspect of our membership here at SLO322. 


Elks Donor Program

Any age is the right age to share the gift of life. In your 50s, 60s, 70s, or older? You’ve already made a big difference in the world— but we still need your help. Regardless of your age or health status, you can save and improve lives by signing up as an organ, eye, and tissue donor. Join more than 100 million registered donors and sign up today.

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Bingo Night!

Games are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month. Doors open at 5pm. Earlybirds start at 6pm. Bring a friend or family member!

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(Dates subject to change please check the monthly calendar.)


Water Report

The 2018 Consumer Confidence Water Report is now available.  This is an annual report regarding the condition of on site drinking water quality.


Subscribe to the Elks Calendar on your Smartphone

You can now subscribe to the Elks #322 calendar with your smartphone. Follow the instructions below to get started.

Calendar Subscription Link:

iPhone Instructions

  1. Copy the Calendar Subscription Link above.
  2. Tap on the Settings icon from the iPhone's home screen.
  3. Tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars from the list of device settings.
  4. Tap the Add Account button and select Other in the list of account types.
  5. Choose the Add Subscribed Calendar option at the bottom of the screen.
  6. Enter the Calendar Subscription link above in the Server field. Tap the Next button.
  7. Enter a custom description for the calendar and tap Next once more to finish adding it to your iPhone.

Android/Google Instructions

  1. Copy the Calendar Subscription Link above.
  2. Log into your Google Calendar account in a web browser and click the down-arrow next to Other calendars.
  3. Select Add by URL from the menu.
  4. Enter the paste the Calendar Subscription link in the field provided.
  5. Click the Add Calendar button. The calendar will appear in the Other Calendars section of the calendar list to the left.
  6. The new calendar will now be synced to your Android phone



A lodge only prospers with the support and participation of its members. Follow the link below to view volunteer opportunities.

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on VolunteerSpot


About the Lodge

We are open daily from 10am until 10pm.

(805) 543-0322

Lodge 322 meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays @ 7:00 PM

Map of Elks Lodge

Please check our News page for the latest happenings at Lodge 322.

Wireless Internet Available

You can now bring your personal computer into the lodge to check your emails or google any information you may need all while dining, enjoying a libation or visiting Lodge 322.

Elks RV Storage

Our brand new SLO RV storage facility is open to ALL Elks Members as well as the general public! Rent your spot now! Call (805) 543-0322. Elks Lodge #322 offers a clean, safe and secure location for RV & Boat Storage. This is a popular service with a current 2-year wait list so reserve your spot in our SLO RV Storage Facility for your recreational vehicles today.


About San Luis Obispo

San Luis Obispo (Spanish for St. Louis, the Bishop of Toulouse) is located roughly midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco on the Central Coast of California. Founded in 1772 by Spanish Fr. Junípero Serra, San Luis Obispo is one of California's oldest communities. The city, locally referred to as San Luis or SLO is the county seat of San Luis Obispo County and is adjacent to California Polytechnic State University.

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