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

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Phone: (661) 948-1912
Lodge Office Hours:
Mon. - Fri. 8am - 4pm
Lodge Meeting: Tuesdays 7pm
Monthly Messages
Monthly Messages From Our Inner Guard and Chaplain
Greetings From The Station Of Fidelity,

Where do I begin?
  I cannot believe how quickly this year has gone by. I wish to thank my WONDERFUL corps of officers without whom my position of Exalted Ruler would not have been a success. From the bottom of my heart, I sincerely thank each and every one of you. It will be a memory that will be with me for the rest of my days. To the members of Lodge 1625, I thank you for all your support and love that has been extended to me. It has truly been an honor and blessing to have been the Exalted Ruler for 2019/2020.
  From the moment I became an Elk, I knew I would love this Lodge and what Elkdom stands for. I will continue to support our Lodge to the best of my ability and wish great success to our new Exalted Ruler and her corps of officers. As members, we should all continue to strive and make Lancaster Lodge #1625, an organization that our community can be proud of and one they wish to become a part of. Again, thank you for a memorable year and as always, Stay Safe and Be Blessed.

Your Exalted Ruler,
Ilona Kelemen

Greetings From The Station Of Charity,

  I would like to thank you for supporting me in my year as your Esteemed Leading Knight. It was a great experience. Many things were accomplished with your help. The Piggy Bank nights were very successful this year and that was proven by the many silver and gold Pig Pins and certificates that were handed out. I thank you all for your generosity. The nominations have been held and I am VERY honored to become YOUR next Exalted Ruler. Again, with your help, I am looking forward to another successful year in OUR Lodge. Remember, there is no I in TEAM. The success of the coming year MUST be a team effort.

Your Esteemed Leading Knight,
Cynthia Brehm

Greetings From The Station Of Justice

Hello All
    Can you believe that our Elks year is rapidly coming to an end? It seems like it was just yesterday that we were being installed in our present office. I will say that it has truly been an enjoyable experience being your Esteemed Loyal Knight. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for the support you extended to me in getting all the programs done this year. This would not have been possible without your support. Thank You Very Much. I look forward to next year.

Your Esteemed Loyal Knight,
Willie Norman

Greetings From The Station Of Brotherly Love,

Hello Elk Family,
   Another month has come and gone. March is upon us and we’re looking forward to Spring I’m also looking forward to my birthday on March 31st. Once you pass 21 years of age, it appears that time just flies by. I thank God every day for allowing me to see one more day. Life is not guaranteed so make the best of it. Come on down to your Elks Lodge and enjoy the fellowship with your Elks brothers and sisters. Always remember that the more you put into your Elk membership, the more you get out of it. Take the opportunity to volunteer for some of the activities and programs we have at your Elks Lodge. Bend an elbow and enjoy the camaraderie. There’s something for everyone. Speak kind words to the living and cherish the memory of the dead..

Your Esteemed Lecturing Knight,
Walter Sapp

Chaplain’s Corner,

Father in Heaven,
  Our Father, in your Divine Providence you have given us two ends. One to sit on and the other to think with. Success depends upon which end we use the most: Heads Elkdom wins; tails Elkdom loses. However, Father, if you could: Just fill our mouths with positive things – and then nudge us when we’ve said enough! Father, instill in our minds that we would be better Elks, and greater benefits would come to Elkdom and to our communities and country, if each of us worked on the construction crew, instead of the wrecking crew! Amen. Author: Kevin W. Cassidy

Submitted by: Chaplain
Nancy Jo Hatfield,