Jerome, AZ 1361

External Resources

  • Donate for Life

    Organ & Tissue Donation Program The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the USA has joined forces with Donate Life America to increase the number of registered organ, eye, and tissue donors in the United States. The Grand Lodge, Lodge Activities/State Associations Committee is asking Elks Lodges nationwide to promote the Organ Donor Program in their Lodge Bulletins and Lodge Web sites to help inspire members and citizens in their communities to make these life-saving donations. The need is paramount. More than 111,000 patients are currently waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant and many thousands more would have their lives enriched through a tissue or corneal transplant. Please visit the Donate life America Web site, to learn more about this public health crisis and how you can help Fortunately, we Elks Members can help! The effort of Lodges to promote the program through their Bulletins and Web site can gain them five points in their quests to be named an All American Lodge. More incentives will be announced in coming years as the program takes shape throughout Elkdom. For more information on the importance of donation and how to become a registered donor in your state, click on the Donate Life icon to visit the Donate Life America website. This is a great way to show that "Elks Give from the Heart.”

  • Visit the the center of Arizona in the Verde Valley!

    Discover Arizona's hidden treasure known as the Verde Valley. The Verde Valley, including Cottonwood, Sedona, Jerome, Clarkdale, and the Yavapai-Apache Nation, is a magnificent area that has an abundance of breathtaking beauty, archeological wonders, rich historical culture with boundless adventures for tourists and natives alike. Begin your Sedona Verde Valley journey by choosing from the categories below and find yourself in Sedona, Cottonwood and the Yavapai-Apache Nation, all part of the beautiful Verde Valley.

  • Verde Canyon Rail Road

    A tourist railroad in Arizona featuring spectacular scenery, all seen from the comfort of either an open car, or a passenger coach.