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,

  Can you believe it’s already December? As I sit here, I can’t help but wonder where the year went. I would truly like to thank everyone who stepped in to make the District Deputy Grand Exalted Rulers visit a success. It was truly amazing to see everyone step up for Elkdom and again I say Thank You. Now for a bit of bad news. It is my sad duty to announce that we will not be doing Casino Night this January. The owner of the business has passed away and due to some legal issues involved with maintaining it, the rest of the family are not willing to take the responsibility to keep it going. If you were a sponsor and want your money back, or just want to make it a donation to the Lodge, please contact Bee Wright. Please don’t forget the children and adult Christmas parties and by all means have a very Merry Christmas


Your Exalted Ruler,
Willie Norman

Greetings From The Station Of Charity,

  From the station of Charity. Well, brothers and sisters, December is here. Christmas is on the way and then a New Year. The Christmas Party is Saturday, Dec. 11th. Tickets are on sale at the Bar. Dinner is at 5:00 to 6:30pm, price is $15.00. Also, it’s time to support your Lodge, it’s nice that you are a member but the Lodge needs OFFICER’S. Most of us have been Officer’s and it’s time for New Members to get involved. I need a Leading Knight, Lecturing Knight, Esquire, also 2-year and 5 year Trustee. Please get INVOLVED.

Your Esteemed Leading Knight,
Julian Gallarza

Greetings From The Station Of Justice

  Every year on the first Sunday of December the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks across the nation honor our members who departed over the past year. The purpose of the Memorial Service is not so much to grieve about our departed Members, or to weep tears of bitterness or pity that they have been taken from us, but to kindly touch the heartstrings of tenderness by gently referring to those who have been our members.
  During this month it is an occasion of recognition of our departed members. The tablet of remembering will lay on our altar for the entire month of December. Our departed members have now reached the end of their toilsome journey. To their memory, may we inspire ever to a life of service to our veterans, youth, and community as a whole, The lesson of this service is found in the love and reverence we bear for those who are gone and the sympathy we feel for those who remain. The past year has been very challenging. A new year means a new chapter. I hope 2022 is an incredible part of your story as a contributing Elk. I challenge each of you to rededicate yourselves to the cardinal principles of our order: Brotherly Love, Justice, Charity, and Fidelity.
“WE WORK BETTER TOGETHER.”

ELKS CARE ~ ELKS SHARE

Your Esteemed Loyal Knight,
Glenn Campbell

Greetings From The Station Of Brotherly Love,

  Greetings My Brothers and Sisters, We are approaching the end of the year 2021 very quickly. Our lodge has been very busy with the end of the year activities for both the children and the adults. A lot of the members have gathered to volunteer wherever needed to make sure each event is a success for our members and their families. I applaud you all for giving so selflessly. Laws of the Order Mandates observance of our departed members. December 5th we will remember our departed members during a ceremony that is open to the public but most importantly, our Lodge Esquire will honor our departed members by lighting the candle dedicated to them. It will be my honor to chair this event which will be a very special day for everyone, a day to comfort those that mourn in the hour of bereavement- this is Brotherly Love. I do hope you are all visiting the Elks Facebook page for more information on the upcoming events throughout the year. Until next time Stay Safe and Be Well.

Your Esteemed Lecturing Knight,
Marcy Simily