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Useful Links

Lodge Links

  • Lodge Facebook Page

    • Our Facebook Page: Social Media Content and a place to connect with others outside of the Livermore/Pleasanton Valley Area. Site is updated a few times a week. Stay connected with us by joining the page and following our happenings. It’s the fastest way to get updates!!

     

  • Elks National Memorial

    • Tour the Elks National Memorial. The Elks National Memorial was built in 1926 to honor Americans whose profound sacrifices for the nation can never be recognized by mere words

     

  • Livermore Chamber of Commerce

    • Welcome to the Livermore Valley!  A true gem, it is a great place to visit and vacation. With more than 50 wineries, the Livermore Valley offers an exceptional array of events, concerts and tasting experiences throughout the year. Craft beer makers have also joined the scene in through Livermore Valley

     

  • Tri-Valley Beer Trail

    • The Tri-Valley may be known for its world-famous wines, but these days, vino isn’t the only beverage drawing crowds. A growing collection of 22 craft breweries, taprooms, and restaurants from Danville to Livermore. 

     

  • California Hawaii Elks Association

    • The California-Hawaii Elks Major Project, Inc., a committee of the California-Hawaii Elks Association, pledges its commitment to addressing the unmet needs of children with disabilities throughout the states of California and Hawaii by developing a program of supporting services to aid these children at no cost to the families and without discrimination.

     

  • American Cancer Society

    • Livermore/Pleasanton ELKS are committed to the the American Cancer Society. We're on a mission to free the world from cancer. Join us and the American Cancer Society, sharing information and spreading the word about prevention. All we can all live longer — and better.

     

  • Veterans Hospital

    • The Livermore campus sits atop 113 acres in the foothills of Alameda County in the South side of Livermore off Arroyo Road.

     


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