» The Alameda Elks Antlers Program
The Alameda Elks Antlers Program
The Alameda Elks Lodge No. 1015 youth program is called the Alameda “Antlers”. It is for all youth, both male and female, from the ages of 12 to not yet 21. We initiated our first group of Antlers on Tuesday, March 15, 2016.
Details for our monthly meetings can be found here. Meetings generally run sixty to ninety minutes in length. While being an enjoyable program for youth, it will also help to develop leadership skills.
The Antlers of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States of America has as its major objectives the following:
To quicken the Spirit of American Patriotism
To teach respect for parents and love of home
To inculcate the fundamentals of good citizenship
To aid in a worthy cause
To establish foundation of character
To promote the welfare and enhance the happiness of character
To respect the conviction of others in the matters of worship and religion is true Americanism
We invite all teenagers to come to our meetings. Bring your parent(s) on your first visit so both of you will understand our program.
Applications and forms are available here, here and here and at the Lodge Office.
All youth from age 12 to not yet 21 are invited to join. For further information, please contact Chris Carr, Antlers Advisory Committee-Chair, at (650) 207-4364. You can also reach Chris via email Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org.