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The Annual Frankfort Elks Charity Golf Scramble Will be Held August 11

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge Events | Posted on 06-05-2018

This year’s annual charity golf scramble will be held on Saturday, August 11 at Juniper Hills Golf Course here in Frankfort. Lunch will be served starting at 11:30 AM, with a shotgun start to follow around 1:00 PM. As usual, we’re looking for golfers and hole sponsors for this year’s scramble.

We’re also still looking for door prizes, silent auction items, and of course volunteers. We also need individually wrapped desserts (cookies, brownies, etc.). If you would like to donate, volunteer, or play in the tournament, there is a signup area in the Lodge foyer to volunteer in various capacities. You can find all the necessary forms below. If you have questions, or would like to arrange a donation, please contact Mark Skeeters at 502-545-2415.

The Frankfort Elks would like the thank the Frankfort community for all of its support over the years with this tournament. We look forward to seeing all of you at Juniper Hills on August 11!

Frankfort Elks Donate $2,000 in Groceries to Franklin County Senior Citizens

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in News | Posted on 05-09-2018

The Franklin County Senior Citizens Center provides a number of services to seniors in our community, including an emergency food pantry. This pantry helps seniors who are having trouble covering the cost of their food during any given month. Each year, our lodge steps in to help by donating $2,000 in food and groceries. This gift was made possible through a Beacon Grant from the Elks National Foundation.

This year is no exception. Pictured above is Diana Rogers (left), Outreach Coordinator for the center, and Frankfort Elk Bill Moore, PDDGER (right). Also in attendance but not pictured was Frankfort Elk Sandy Moore.

This donation has become a yearly tradition for our lodge, and we’re proud to help Franklin County’s seniors in need. Want to get involved? Check out our Membership page for information on how you can become a member!

ER John Snyder Awards Deserving Elks

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News | Posted on 04-12-2018

Recently, outgoing (and incoming!) Exalted Ruler John Snyder presented his end of year awards to deserving Elks in our lodge. Carla Hawkins was chosen as Elk of the Year, Albert Kinman, PER, received Officer of the Year. Receiving Outstanding Committee Chair awards were Sulena Bryant, Veterans’ Chair; and Jerry Harley,PER, Hoop Shoot Chair.

Congratulations to these excellent members! Please join us in thanking them for their contributions to our lodge!

Frankfort Elks Team Up With Transportation Cabinet Employees to Keep Our Veterans Warm

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in News | Posted on 03-21-2018

Frankfort Elks members delivered 35 gently used men’s coats, various other clothing items, and suitcases to the Veterans Clothing room at the Lexington VA on Leestown Road. This was fourth year that the Elks have partnered with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Employees “We Care” Coat Drive that is coordinated by Shannon Martin. Pictured above from left to right are VA volunteer Alfredo Miranda, VA clothing room supervisor Ana Miranda, and Frankfort Elk Sandy Moore.

This is just another example of how our members honor the pledge that Elks have made: “So long as there are veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will never forget them.” If you want to join in on our efforts to help our veterans, find out more about our lodge on our membership page, or talk to an Elks member about joining.

Santa Claus Visits the Frankfort Elks Lodge to Deliver Christmas to 25 Kids in Need

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in News | Posted on 12-20-2017

Christmas is a special time of year for Elks. Each year at Frankfort Lodge #530, we invite a group of underprivileged children to the lodge for a Christmas party. This year’s party was held recently, and featured 25 kids getting a visit from Santa Claus, a pile of gifts, pizza, cookies, drinks, and even a Christmas story read by Mrs. Claus.

Pictured above is Santa with a special child named Hope. If you’d like to get involved in the great work our lodge is doing, head over to our membership page, or talk to an Elks member about joining.