Frankfort Elks Attend State Convention in Hopkinsville

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News | Posted on 01-03-2019

From February 21 through the 23, nine members of Frankfort Lodge #530 attended the annual state convention of the Kentucky Elks Association in Hopkinsville, KY. Also in attendance were representatives from all 16 Lodges across the state, as well as special guests State Sponsor Lester C. “Ted” Hess and Indiana State President Randy Snellenberger and his guest Nancy Wells. On Saturday, Charlie Martin of Hopkinsville Lodge 545 was installed as our new State President, and his wife Lana as the new First Lady.

The officers and members of Frankfort Lodge #530 would like to extend our very best wishes for the coming year to Charlie and Lana, and we are looking forward to having them both come to Frankfort for their official visit.

We’d also like to recognize and thank our outgoing State President and First Lady, Charlie and Troi Cunningham of Frankfort Lodge #530. They have been amazing representatives for our lodge and state over the past year and we are very proud of the success they have brought to the Kentucky Elks Association.

Frankfort Elks Angel Tree Christmas Party Brings Christmas to Kids

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News | Posted on 19-12-2018

This past weekend, our Frankfort Lodge held its annual Angel Tree Christmas Party. Needy kids from around the community were treated to a meal of pizza and treats. After everyone had eaten, Santa Claus came to visit, and brought along Mrs. Claus and Rudolph as well!

Each child received a stocking full of treats, and was able to open a gift during the party. They each took home a stack of additional gifts as well.

As you can see above, Santa was a big hit with the kids. Many thanks to all of the members who shopped for gifts, wrapped gifts, and helped plan and put on the party. We’d also like to extend a special thanks to everyone who purchased an Angel Tree ornament to help fund the party.

You can check out all the pictures from the party in the gallery below.

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Frankfort Elks Initiate 22 New Members

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News | Posted on 05-12-2018

Our Frankfort Elks Lodge has been growing of late. In fact, we led all Kentucky lodges in membership growth for the 2017-18 year. We’re looking to keep the momentum going this year, and this week, we made a big step in that direction by initiating 22 new members into the lodge.

This is one of the largest initiations we’ve held at our lodge in many years, and we’re excited to welcome all of our new Elk brothers and sisters. Our new members are pictured above. If you see them around the lodge, make sure you welcome them!

Frankfort Elks Deliver Thanksgiving to Shut-In Seniors

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News | Posted on 03-12-2018

Just as we do every year, our Frankfort Lodge took time to deliver some holiday cheer to shut-in seniors in our community. This year, eight seniors received not only two meals for Thanksgiving, but also a $50 Wal-Mart gift card to help these folks purchase necessities.

The Senior Activity Center was closed Thanksgiving Day and the day after, thus the need to deliver two meals to insure these seniors have enough food for the long weekend. The Elks ask that our community remember all of our seniors during the upcoming holidays.

Pictured above is Elk member Leigh Skaggs with Hallie Furman. Also present but not pictured was Elk member Sandy Moore.

Frankfort Elks Donate Winter Supplies and Clothing to the Lexington VA

Posted by Elks 530 | Posted in Lodge News, News | Posted on 18-10-2018

Recently, the Frankfort Elks Lodge donated 20 backpacks filled with supplies to the Lexington VA Center on Leestown Road. Funded by a grant from the Elks National Foundation, the backpacks contain emergency first aid kits, hygiene kits, ponchos, a Mylar blanket, socks, gloves, sock hats, flashlight, food gift card, chap stick, and other useful items. The backpacks will be given to the homeless veterans that come into the clothing room at the VA for clothes. The Elks also donated several gently used clothing items to help keep the clothing room stocked as winter approaches.

The Elks have pledged that “So long as there are veterans, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will never forget them.” These donations represent a part of Frankfort Lodge’s commitment to fulfilling that pledge.

Pictured above (L to R) are VA Volunteer Fred Miranda, and Elk members; Paula Groves, Sandy Moore, PDDGER Bill Moore, and Ricky Groves.