Please enjoy Tucson Elks Lodge #385 December 2022 E Tale Newsletter
Tucson AZ Elks Lodge #385 "Bike In A Box" December 10, 2022 event went smooth with 500 bicycle's given to local Tucson underprivilege children a Christmas present. Photos include ER Susan Trecartin, Trustee Jesse Lugo (Lugo Charities), Santa and Mrs. Clause and Trustee Wayne Burns controlling foot traffic. Each child left with a Christmas bicycle and safety helmet that Tucson Medical Center custom fitted each child. Merry Christmas.
Lugo Charities in conjunction with Tucson Elks Lodge #385 annual "Bike In A Box" where 500 bicycles are given away to 500 local Tucson underprivilege kids on December 10, 2022
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Elks Lodge #385 First Responders Appreciation Event September 22, 2022. Only $11.50
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Please join us for the annual Christmas in July Luau Charity event. Going to be lot's of fun!
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Arizona Elks Association Vice President South Barry "Bear" Carlile Jr., PER and Lady Shawnee (Lf) with ER Susan Trecartin (rt) during recent June 18, 2022 Tucson AZ Lodge #385 annual ENF charity event.
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Tucson Lodge #385 annual Elks National Foundation (ENF) fund raiser, June 18, 2022. Come on down and enjoy some good food, company and music to help raise some money towards ENF.
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Special Olympics 9th Annual Breakfast with Champions The Special Olympics 9th Annual Breakfast with Champions was held at the Tucson Convention Center on October 27th. Our Lodge donated $500 in support of Special Olympics in Southern AZ, along with generous personal donations from our attending members and guest.Left to right: Joe Riley, Diane Winters, Curt Winters, Joe Jablonski, Susan Trecartin, Bob Holyoak, Lois Wilford, Photographer – Wayne Burns
Honoring and Thanking our Veterans and current Women and Men of the Military.
Tucson Elks Lodge #385 PER Military Appreciation event, October 23, 2021. Thank you to Oro Valley American Legion Post #132 for presentation of the colors and explanation of what the 13 folds of the American Flag presentation. ER/PER Wayne Burns was the MC for the event.
Come on down and join the Tucson Lodge #385 PER Association Military Appreciation Evening October 23, 2021. Call ahead for reservations 520-299-5105.
Tucson Lodge #385 First Responders Appreciation Event. September 22, 2021. 4 Law Enforcement and 3 Fire Fighters were honored this evening.
Join Lodge #385 for our First Responders Appreciation Night, Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 5:30 PM. Please call for your reservations at 520-299-5105.
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Tucson Girl Scout Troup#460 assisting with Flag Day Ceremony
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Tucson Lodge #385 recently honored eight recipients of the 2021 Most Valuable Student (MVS) Scholarship, totaling $7,200, during the lodge Annual Youth Awards Banquet held May 2, 2021. These high school senior recipients were judged based on academics, citizenship, work experience, community service, honors and awards, leadership and extracurricular activities, and a 500-word essay. Richard Campbell, Arizona Elks South District Scholarship Chairperson, was in attendance and presented 7 of the recipients each with a $2,000 Arizona Elks Association Scholarship award that cumulated in a total of $14,000 for higher education. Tucson Lodge #385 also gave 4 violins from Harry's program to local Tucson high school musicians from Flowing Wells and Oro Valley.
L-R= ER M. Lopez receiving Officer of the Year= D. Winters, Distinguished Citizen and C. Winters Elk of the Year Award(s)
Newly installed Tucson Elks Lodge #385
Newly Elected Tucson Elks Lodge #385
Tucson Elks Lodge #385 members donated several children holiday gifts to Southern AZ Family Involvement Center, a non-profit organization which assist local Tucson families in need. Pictured L-R, BOD Chairman/Leading Knight W. Burns, Southern Regional Director P. Grant, Program Development Manager, E. Casillas. 12-15-2020
Tucson Elks Lodge #385 in conjunction with Lugo Charities Bike in the Box 2020 ready to make 500 local underprivilege kids Christmas season a bit more exciting. Photo #1, Member J. Lugo/Lugo Charities overseeing unloading of bikes, Photo #2, Lodge #385 members/Santa Helpers.
Tucson Elks Lodge #385 in conjunction with Lugo Charities' donated 5 kids bicycles to Family Involvement Center, a non-profit organization which assist local Tucson families in need. This donation will make 5 kids exited and happy during the upcoming holidays. Pictured L-R, Southern Regional Director P. Grant, Program Development Manager, E. Casillas and ER M. Lopez. 10-16-2020
Remembering and Honoring
Tucson Elks Lodge 385 applied for and received a $2,500 Gratitude Grant from ENF and donated the monies help the Tucson Community Food Bank. Pictured April 24, 2020, L-R, D. Gnuschke, B. Holyoak and ER M.Lopez.
Tucson Elks Lodge 385 Officer Installation 4-3-2020
Dec 7th, 2019- Member Jesse Lugo (Carol) of Lugo Charities with Santa & Mrs. Claus, in partnership with Tucson Elks Lodge 385 will be donating 500 bicycles to underprivileged local children and various non-profit children organizations in the Tucson AZ community
BPOE, Tucson Lodge 385 recently honored nine recipients of the 2019 Most Valuable Student (MVS) Scholarship totaling $6,475 during the lodge Annual Youth Awards Banquet held during National Youth Week. These high school senior recipients were judged based on citizenship, work experience, community service, honors and awards, leadership and extracurricular activities, academics, and a 500 word essay. Pictured below along with Youth winners are Scholarship Chairman James Sanford and PER/Youth Activities Chairman Wayne Burns.
Four of the six recipients of 2019 Strings program receiving violo's and bows. PER and Youth Activities Chairman Wayne Burns officiating.