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As we wind down the year it is time to start thinking about nominees for Elk of the Year and Officer of the Year. I attended State convention for the first time last year and I was disappointed to learn that just a few worthy Elks were nominated for Community Service awards. Each lodge district has a Community Service Chair and a Lodge Community Service position that can be a resource for the application process. We hope to see lots of applications this year; for each category from every Elks Lodge. Applications must be received by the Committee on or before February 1st 2017.

 

Respectfully,

Chris Bellamy 

NC Community Service Chair

photographerThanks to OSEA Photographer Tom Winters, we have added photos of the State Actviities on the OSEA Website.

 

There is a new 'tab' at the top of the page labeled Photos, that will take you to the photo gallery.

 

Or, just click here to see the pictures

 

July 15th Gateway Elks Lodge joined in the summer fun of Alders School Sun program, to end the first week with some fun and treats. With the help of two grants from the Elks National Foundation Gateway Elks Lodge provided some much needed relief to the summer program at Alder School. Gateway Elks Lodge used half of the grant money to buy lunch for the kids and families to kick off summer, stacks and stacks of snacks for them to have over the summer and darn near a truck load of new and gently used kids’ clothes and shoes to fill up the clothes closet. With the other half of the grant money Gateway Elks lodge was able to purchase much needed sporting equipment including, but not limited to, Soccer goals, soccer balls, volleyball nets and balls, footballs, basket balls, track equipment and even tops to wear to make teams. Gateway Elks lodge also provided the Sun program with a new washer and dryer as members of the lodge had heard that they program had no way of washing donated clothing and because of that some items had to be tossed at one point because of some bug issues. Gateway Elks lodge and the Alder School have had a long going and growing relationship that started years ago with the dictionaries for 3rd graders program and has grown and changed over the years.

 

The Elks are proud of the amount of money and time they give to charities all over Oregon but there is something about being face to face with these sweet kids that makes it so worth it. Gateway Elks was proud and honored when the kids gave back. This year the kids made a big painting to honor the diversity of the Sun program and the Healthy Food and Snack plus the sporting equipment the lodge gave them. Gateway Elks lodge will be honored to hang this picture in our new lodge building on 162nd in Stark as a welcome to our new community.

Elks across our nation contributed cash and volunteer time totalling over $282 million dollars during the last fraternal year!

 

Below you can see a summary of the Order's activity.  Click on the image if you would like to download a PDF copy of the document for your use.

 

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Springfield K9

 

Springfield Elks Lodge #2145 is extremely proud to have their work in the community featured in the most recent edition of The Elks Magazine.

 

The Lodge donated $10,000 to the Springfield Police Department to help the department purchase and train a new police dog. The Lodge also hosted a dinner in honor of Springfield Police Department K9 Officer Tony DelCastillo and Marion County Sheriff's Office K9 Deputy Jerry Wollenschlager.