Lancaster Elks Lodge 1625
240 East Ave. K.
Lancaster, California 93535

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Phone: (661) 948-1912
Lodge Office Hours:
Monday & Tuesday. 9am - 3pm
Thursday & Friday 9am - 3pm
Closed Wednesdays
Lodge Meeting: Tuesdays 7pm
Community Events

Theme Child
Ellie was born small for her age and had heart defects, lung disease and difficulty with feeding. This did not deter the Blias’ from wanting to adopt her. Ryan And Clair brought little Ellie home a few days after she was born and she was welcomed with open arms by all five kids. At less than three months of age, Ellie was referred to the California-Hawaii Elks Major Project for Physical Therapy. Her physician was concerned because Ellie had increased muscle tone and contractures of her joints. Denise Wilson was able to meet her right away to start Physical Therapy. Mom was given a home program to work on flexibility. To know more about Ellie and her Family read the California-Hawaii Elks Association Elk magazine May-June 2021
Lancaster Elks #1625 Bowling League Donates to Veteran's Home
On June 26,2019 several lodge members met at the William J. "Pete" Knight Veterans Home to present a check from the Elks Mixed Bowling League. Pictured (front, l/r) is Lawrence Hawkins, Supervising Rehabilitation Therapist, representing the veterans home, receiving the $200 gift from lodge ER Ilona Keleman. The bowling league is proud to continue this annual tradition. In addition, league president Art Hiley presented a $200 donation to the lodge building fund. Appreciation is extended to our bowlers for their kindness and generosity

Annual Elks Firefighter’s Recognition Night 2019
Lancaster Lodge 1625 took pride in hosting its Annual Firefighters Appreciation Night recently. The dinner and open membership meeting was well attended by the community, lodge members and about twenty paramedics and firefighters in support of their honored fellow brethren: Travis Calka, Jacob Windell and Steven DeFrancesca. In addition to their exemplary service to our community, based out of Station 33, these honorees are active in the local Explorer program to encourage individuals 12 to 20 who are interested in becoming firefighters. Commendation scrolls were presented to Steven DeFrancesca by representatives of Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger and Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris. (Note: Firefighters Calka and Windell were not available to attend.) The evening closed with Lodge Trustee and event chairman Lenny Guerra thanking all in attendance and wishing the firefighters continued safety. Note: Pictured are firefighters with lodge officers Front row center is Steven DeFrancesca with proud parents Tony and Rosa on either side.