Any Mother of an Elk is warmly invited to attend our Elks Mothers’ Day Brunch at no charge – to enjoy a delicious brunch from 9 am-noon Sunday, May 14… simply because we love and honor you. Anyone joining the Mother of an Elk (even if you’re a mother) is asked to pay $12 for this celebration… it is a wonderful meal. Please call the office for reservations at 805.922.1538.
This year we are thrilled to announce the CHEA Major Project Raffle – with prizes being awarded during the Brunch. Frances Brawner is displaying the prizes at the Lodge every Friday night during April. Raffle tickets are $5 and can be obtained through the office 805.922.1538, in the Lodge Clubroom, or by contacting Ruth Yubeta or Frances email@example.com. Winners need not be present! View a flyer of the raffle prizes here.
Elks Lodge 1538 is a proud member of CHEA or the California-Hawaii Elks Association. One of a Lodge’s commitments is to participate in CHEA’s Major Project. With 171 lodges in 19 Districts (including the Islands of Guam and the Philippines), and roots back to 1868, CHEA’s Purple Pig is the fundraising arm that serves disabled children, veterans, and youth in a wide range of activities. Member Lodges are encouraged to fill their Purple Pig regularly, with funds being submitted to CHEA; new Elks receive their Purple Pig at initiation!
This year once
again partnering with Chili’s Restaurants on Tuesday, January
Chili’s Major Project Fudraiser
16, 2018. Chili’s Give-Back, a Major Project Fundraiser event, will donate 15% of the price of a meal to our Major Project. Last year’s event raised $5,415, Let’s beat that this year!
To donate online directly to CHEA, click this secure link. At Lodge 1538, members who commit a “faux pax” (such as a gentleman not holding a door open for his lady) have to contribute to the Lodge’s Purple Pig… and although they learn quickly, it seems members don’t mind making contributions to that Pig! Visit the CHEA site here: https://chea-elks.org/