Last Thursday, over 20 Elks gathered to pack Goody boxes to be sent to our active duty military overseas and aboard US Coast Guard ships at sea. We packed 10 boxes with magazines, snacks, nuts and personal items. Many commanders have written letters to tell us how grateful the men and women are to receive […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This is just one sample of the fun we have EVERY Friday night at the Alameda Elks Lodge. After a busy week, you don’t have to cook yourself to enjoy a home-cooked meal. Tonight we were treated to a wonderful Roast Beef and Salmon dinner from High Street Station. You can check the latest Doings […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Each month our Elks Family gathers together to celebrate members’ birthdays that occurred that month. The birthday Elks get a free dinner. Their families come along to honor them. We tell jokes and give out prizes . . . and we always sing Happy Birthday. This month we had a special treat as four of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Today marked the pinnacle of achievement of a new generation of Alameda Elks Officers as the Alameda Elks Lodge 1015 installed its Officers for 2016. Lodge 1015 members; their guests and distinguished guests from Bay Area Lodges all turned out to witness Exalted Ruler Shirley Bierman and the other Officers of Lodge 1015 take their […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We were so happy and proud to install the Officers of our new Alameda Elks Antlers chapter today at Lodge 1015. The Elks Antlers are a chance for young people in our communities to get involved with the Elks in the many service-related projects our Lodges sponsor. The program was initially organized in the late 1930’s […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This past Friday was the setting for Alameda Lodge #1015 to pay a fond farewell to our outgoing Exalted Ruler Dean Seaquist and his lovely First Lady Vi. Our Rathskellar banquet room was filled to the brim with members and guests who gathered to pay tribute and express their thanks to Dean and Vi. Under […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We’re so proud of our seven Alameda kids who competed last Saturday in the Alameda County Spelling Bee, held at Canyon Middle School in Castro Valley. Our own Hazel Purins won third place out of 45! Like many efforts that make a difference for our children, this Elks project was built on the efforts of many […]Continue Reading... No Comments.