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Useful Links

Lodge Links

  • Arizona Elks Major Projects

  • Arizona Elks Association Web Page

  • REMEMBER 911

    This is what we are responding too.

  • Patriot Guard Riders

    Standing for those who stood for us!>B

  • USO.. HELP US SERVE THOSE WHO SERVE US!

    Your Gift Will Deliver a Touch of Home to A Lonely Soldier Overseas

  • Missing in America Project..Veteran Recovery Program

    Mission Statement: The purpose of the MIA Project is to locate, identify and inter the unclaimed cremated remains of American veterans through the joint efforts of private, state and federal organizations. To provide honor and respect to those who have served this country by securing a final resting place for these forgotten heroes....

  • Wounded Warriors

    The Wounded Warrior Project is a nonprofit corporation that provides comfort and aid to the most severely injured service men and women returning from the current military conflicts abroad. Contributions to the Project are tax deductible.

  • Freedom Is Not Free

    Aiding wounded service members, Their families and the families of the fatally wounded.

  • Packages From Home

    Click on Packages from Home above and read about how you can help. Join us in showing that America is grateful for the sacrifices being made by the courageous men and women of our military and that we stand behind them with honor and respect as they face the dangers and loneliness of deployed military life. Your donation of simple household items, a few dollars of pocket money or an hour of your time helps us to send over a thousand packages a month having each box filled with items of care and comfort.

  • Any Soldier, Freedom isnt Free, just ask Any soldier!

    Want to send a package to a soldier? Dont know how? These people can help.

  • REMEMBER

    White House Commission on Remembrance Website

  • Arizona Veterans Memorial

    The "Trail of Memories" will be a key element in the Arizona Veterans Memorial, extending over 1,600 feet through the memorial park, passing by monuments to Congressional Medal of Honor recipients and ending at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Plaza, containing names of over 3,000 fallen service men and women from WWI to present


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