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,

Hello to one and all. It’s the beginning of a new Elk year and I want to thank you all for your vote of confidence in me. I am truly honored to have been elected as your Exalted Ruler for the coming year. I believe that if we work together as a TEAM we can make this the best year ever. The Inaugural Ball is April 18th and I look forward to seeing a lot of you there to help celebrate with me and my Corps of Officers. Finally, strive diligently that the name of Elk as borne by you may be worthy of an American citizen-one who loves his fellow man.

Your Exalted Ruler,
Cynthia Brehm

Greetings From The Station Of Charity,

  Hello Everyone, Welcome to the start of a new Elks year. I am truly honored to be elected as your Leading Knight and I will do my very best to perform the duties of this office to the best of my ability. To start things off our Inaugural Ball is April 18th. Please get your tickets from the bar by April 10th so we can celebrate a night of excitement with Exalted Ruler Cynthia Brehm and her core of officers.

Your Esteemed Leading Knight,
Willie Norman

Greetings From The Station Of Justice

Hello All
    I want to thank you for electing me to the position of Esteemed Loyal Knight. I will do my best to live up to your trust in me. We entered the Vernal (Spring) Equinox on March 19, 2020. The weather is nice, the Cherry Trees are blossoming, and friendly faces are everywhere. It’s time to get out of the house and enjoy the fine weather. While you’re at it, you may as well come on down to your Elks Lodge and enjoy the fellowship with your brothers and sisters. April begins the New Elk Year. I will do my best to make this year as enjoyable as it can be. Why not come on down and join me? We have many enjoyable activities planned. Remember, April 12, 2020 is Easter. Mark your calendars and plan to celebrate with your brothers and sisters at your Elks Lodge. Always remember that it takes more muscles to frown than it does to smile. Always keep a smile on your face. HAPPY EASTER!

Your Esteemed Loyal Knight,
Walter Sapp

Greetings From The Station Of Brotherly Love,

Hello Elk Family,
   Wow – where have the past 12 months gone!? As I am writing this article, Ilona Keleman has only a few more days in her tenure as Exalted Ruler. This has been a successful year for our lodge. I have only been a member since January 2010, but it seems to me that the energy and enthusiasm from our members for Elkdom has risen significantly. A number of teams who volunteer for projects that increase funds for the Lodge need members. Elks Sunday Breakfast and Monday Hot Dogs are just two of them, in addition to Fish Fry. Working with fellow members to improve our lodge is a very rewarding experience and I encourage everyone to participate. All assistance is gratefully appreciated, so if you can spare a few hours or can make a monetary contribution, contact the lodge office to find out who is in charge of a particular project. April promises to be busy and I hope to see you at an event. Until then, best wishes for a great month from the station of the Esteemed Lecturing Knight. Be mindful of health warnings and act accordingly. Stay calm. America will get through this.

Your Esteemed Lecturing Knight,
Nancy Jo Hatfield

Chaplain’s Corner,

As I write this article, we are in the middle of a medical crisis called Covid 19. People are asking themselves, “Why is God letting this happen?”. Have they ever thought to ask God if He is letting this happen? Have we prayed to Him to ask Him to help the doctors and scientists to come up with a cure? I wonder why we blame God for all the bad things that happen in our lives and never thank Him for all the good things that come from Him. Maybe we ought to change the way we think and act, and maybe our world would be a better place.

Submitted by: Chaplain
Bill Brehm