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Lodge Closed Until Further Notice

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News | Posted on 01-14-2021

Due to increasing COVID cases, the lodge will be closed until further notice. Please check here, our facebook page or your email for any updates.

Lodge re-opens Monday December 14, 2020

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News | Posted on 12-13-2020

Monday & Tuesday 12-6 pm
Wednesday & Thursday 12-10 pm
Friday & Saturday 12-11 pm
Sunday 1-6 pm

December Press Release – Community Volunteers Making A Difference

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News | Posted on 12-03-2020

Creating Momentum for the Future of Elkdom in December – Rick Gathen

Flag Day Ceremony

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News | Posted on 06-17-2020

Flag Day CeremonyOn June 15th, our lodge held our Flag Day Ceremony. It was conducted by Brad Marston, along with Rick Nesserold and Mark Ruble folding the flag. The ceremony had about 15 in attendance, including a few veterans. Look for the article in the State Journal.

Elks Share, Elks Care

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News | Posted on 04-28-2020

Even though our facility is closed, Leslie True, Angie Palmer, and Debi Newman have been busy demonstrating the meaning of the Elk’s motto “Elks Share, Elks Care”. All three ladies recently became members of the Frankfort Elks Lodge 530, in part to find ways to give back to the community. Soon after becoming Elks members, the coronavirus happened. Since then, they have hand-sewn more than 1,200 personal protection masks for use in the battle against COVID-19. They estimate that it takes between 30-45 minutes to produce one mask. Their masks have been distributed to medical professionals, hospice workers, nursing homes and individuals from across the country, as well as from people in their home community of Frankfort. The masks have gone to locations in New York, Oklahoma, Indiana, Ohio, South Carolina, Florida, Iowa, Texas, even the Virgin Islands, and as close to home as Bradford Square skilled nursing facility located in Frankfort. Angie, Debi and Leslie mail the masks as fast as they can make them and have vowed to continue sewing until the pandemic is over. Thank you ladies for all that you have done to help the community stay safe and healthy. We are PROUD of all of you!