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,

  It is hard to believe how fast this calendar year has gone but as for the Elks year we are in our last quarter. Though we are coming to the end of the Elk year there are still things that we have to do. The first thing that I think of is the DDGER Officer Training Clinic on January 15th at Hesperia Lodge #2646 and please don’t forget that the PER’S will be doing the Initiation on January 25th.
  As most everyone knows with the end of the year comes election of the new Officers and that will start with the first Nominations on February 1st, the second Nominations will be February 8th and Election of the new Officers will be February 15th. If you would like to hold an office or get involved in the Lodge in any way please let someone know and please don’t let the word Officer frighten you. Remember all of us that are Officers or past Officers started out as just a member of the Lodge. Again welcome 2022.


Your Exalted Ruler,
Willie Norman

Greetings From The Station Of Charity,

  From the Station of Charity. Well my brothers and sisters it is January 2022. It will be time to pick a new core of Officers in February. I’m in need of chair Officers. So please VOLUNTEER to be an Officer of your Elks Lodge! Let’s work together and be the best we can be.

Your Esteemed Leading Knight,
Julian Gallarza

Greetings From The Station Of Justice

  Happy New Year! December of each year on New Year's Eve people reflect over the past year and look forward to a better new year based on the resolutions they make to accomplish personal goals or otherwise to improve their lives at the start of the year. People are enthusiastic about their resolutions which they made in good faith. But our resolutions are soon forgotten by spring. However, as Elks we get a second new year in April.
  We now have an opportunity to make new resolutions. These resolutions should be made with your lodge in mind. Throughout the year I have written about volunteerism. It has also been a feature article in our lodge’s monthly bulletin. So, where am I going with this. I would like to propose that every member in commuting distance of our lodge resolve to attend at least one meeting monthly and find a committee to join. I know we are all busy, but your active participation in the lodge will help immensely in helping our lodge in accomplishing our primary mission of servicing our veterans, youth, and community.
“WE WORK BETTER TOGETHER.”

ELKS CARE ~ ELKS SHARE

Your Esteemed Loyal Knight,
Glenn Campbell

Greetings From The Station Of Brotherly Love,

  Goodbye 2021 and Hello to the New Year 2022. We all feel confident that the new members installed in 2021 are willing to roll up their sleeves and volunteer as much as is necessary bringing new ideas to the membership to get our lodge out of the setback we experienced in 2020. We have plans for this year including the transfer of the gavel when our new Exalted Ruler will begin his new term and announces his new Corp of Officers. I am excited to be part of this experience as an officer.
  My station of Brotherly Love ended the year with the Lancaster Elks Memorial Program. We had a large turn out of families and friends of their departed, never to be forgotten family member. The lighting of the candles for those who passed is always an emotional time bringing tears to my eyes. We honored the members who passed in 2020 & 2021. Our usual Sunday Breakfast feast was offered after the ceremony.
  Don’t forget to visit the Lancaster Elks Facebook page for information on our upcoming events for the new year. Until next time please Stay Safe and Be Well


Your Esteemed Lecturing Knight,
Marcy Simily

Greetings From Chaplain

  Dear Heavenly Father. As we transition into a new year, please bless all our Country, and our Order, and all of our members with your gracious goodness. We know 2022 will be challenging, but with your help and guidance, we will make the right decisions. We pray for the souls of our departed members and are secure in the knowledge they are in your loving arms.
  Please protect us from this terrible pandemic that is sweeping the world. We ask your blessings on us in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen.


Your Chaplain,
Nancy Jo Hatfield