Named for Past State President J. Hershel Monroe, this room includes a piano and a non-working, but beutiful, fireplace. It is ideal for card parties or meetings for 30 or fewer.
This beautiful seating area was decorated by the Lady Elks. The glass blocks were put in when the original home's front entry was removed over 50 years ago. A small, private area near the staircase that leads to the lodge room.
The lodge room was the home's original ballroom. The prized stained glass window hangs behind the Exalted Ruler's station. Pictures of Past Exalted Rulers hang around the perimeter of the room.
Named for a long-time member who helped every way he could, our dining room is available for parties, reunions and meetings. The Lady Elks, who have taken it upon themselves for years to update and decorate this room, meet there the first Wednesday of each month.
Our friendly and comfortable Clubroom is open Monday through Thursday from 3:00pm till 10:00pm, Friday and Saturday from 3:00pm till Midnight
A friendly bartender takes car of patrons as they watch any of three televisions in the lounge area.