Worthington, MN 2287

Lodge News

  • Shop with a Cop

  • Worthington Lodge 2287 donates to the spirit of Worthington Trojan Marching Band

    Our lodge donated funds to support Minnesota's representatives at this year's 2019 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Parade- Atlanta, GA. This year's show "We The People" features This is My Country, The Marine's Hymn, The US Air Force, The Caisson Song, Anchor's Away, Semper Paratus, National Emblem March & the Stars & Strips Forever!

  • 2018 Shop with a Cop

    Elks donate to Shop With A Cop ? Justine Wettschreck WORTHINGTON - Nobles County Sheriff Kent Wilkening on Wednesday accepted a check for $3,500 from the Worthington Elks Lodge, represented by former Chief Deputy Chris Heinrichs. The funds will be used to help fund the second year of Shop With a Cop, a program that involves Nobles County deputies shopping with kids and families that need a little help during the Christmas season. This year, the program will assist six families encompassing 16 kids. The sheriff's office gets assistance in choosing the families from the school districts in the county, as well as using their own knowledge based on cases. While the generous funds from the Elks Lodge are significant, other donations to fund the program come from the private sector.

  • Shop with a cop . . .The Sheriff’s Department’s gift of Christmas

    Shop with a cop . . .The Sheriff’s Department’s gift of Christmas

  • BINGO coming to Worthington Elks Lodge #2287

    BINGO Starting January 11, 2018 Worthington Elks Lodge #2287 7:00 p.m. Start Time

  • Elks give Sweatpants to Veterans

    Elk Lodges and Legion Posts present $2000 worth of sweat pants to area Veterans Home/Hospital Sioux Falls, SD Veterans Hospital and Luverne, MN Veterans Home. Along with the Worthington, MN Elks Lodge #2287, financial support for this clothing donation was also provided by the American Legion Clubs; Post #636 in Lismore, Edgerton Post #42, Milroy Post #274 and Lake Wilson Post 285. Thanks to the joint effort, more than 85 pairs of pants were distributed to veterans at these two locations. When service clubs work together, great things can be accomplished.