North Shore Lodge merged with New Hyde Park Lodge in 2014. Together, we continue to thrive carrying out the Grand Lodge programs, exceeding our per-capital goals and tirelessly working for and within our community. While both Lodges had a long and proud history spanning more than 100 years, together we are now a united force that depicts what Elkdom truly means.
Our Lodge boasts one of the most active memberships throughout New York State. Practically every weeknight, you can find the building filled with people using the facilities for the good work of Elkdom or servicing other community groups such as the Masonic Lodge, Doe Club, Fraternal Order of Police, hosting fundraisers for needy causes and not-for-profits, general membership or committee meetings or just great social activities for our membership. Over the years many individuals have been members of our Lodge including Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., son of President Roosevelt. Teddy Jr. was a member of the Glen Cove Lodge which is now part of New Hyde Park-North Shore Lodge. We can be proud to call him one of our own.