We were happy to be part of the Official lighting of the Alameda Holiday Tree last week and we were especially proud of our Elks Antlers who served hot chocolate throughout the event. It was a beautiful evening, made better by hot chocolate and fun. Thanks Antlers!Continue Reading... No Comments.
On November 14, with the aid of our current Elks Officers and PERs we carried out our Installation of new Antler officers, Elissa Glick (President); Michaela Vawter (First Vice President) and Christian Baca (Chaplain) and initiated three new Antlers, Celine Wong, VIvi Hatcher and Grace Goodsell (not pictured). Also in attendance are Justin Cavalli and Shannon Vawter and a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Alameda Elks help Boy Scouts with their annual Scouting for Food drive for the Alameda food bank. 20,000 pounds of food was collected which will help provide food for local families, and Santa Rosa/ Napa fire victims. The local community put in over 10,000 man hours over a 3 week period to make this years […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Veterans Day Dinner was again a success this year. The lodge was beautifully decorated with over 100 state and military flags. We had over 60 veterans and 38 active duty military service members. All the veterans and military were introduced and presented a thank you letters. Senior officer in attendance included Captain Nathan Moore, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
All of Alameda came together yesterday and last week to raise money and gather donations for the victims of the fires in Wine Country. Many Alameda organizations such as the Eagles, Elks, Kiwanis, Rotary, Alameda Fire Dept, Alameda Police Department and our Mayor Trish Spencer came together to organize a week long event of donations, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Something was shaking because we were stirring it up on the dance floor last Saturday night. We had a James Bond themed, Shaken, Not Stirred Charity Night Ball to raise money for our annual charities. We had wonderful appetizers and champagne as we danced and tried our hand at casino games of chance. A good […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For our 36th consecutive year, the Alameda Elks traveled up to the California Veteran’s Home in Yountville, to donate personal items and cook a picnic lunch for the Veterans. This is always one of our most important annual events. Last year, we were named the Volunteer Organization of the Year by the California Veterans Home. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We hope you had as much fun at the Alameda Mayor’s 4th of July Parade as we did! Our members have fun every year, coming together to build a float and going out to meet all of our friends in the Alameda community. The Alameda Elks Club is dedicated to supporting local charities and causes […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We celebrated Flag Day this past Sunday at the Alameda Elks Lodge. We began, as we always do, with an official Flag Retirement ceremony, performed by our local Scout troops. As is the tradition, we cut each strip from the flag, named for the original 13 colonies, and burned them before burning the blue field, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We were happy to host the Captain, Crew and families from the USCGC Munro this past Sunday at our monthly Facility Breakfast. The Munro is the newest cutter in the Coast Guard fleet and it’s currently being fitted with its equipment prior to being commissioned for service. We were delighted to welcome Captain Thomas King, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.