LEBANON ELK’S LODGE #422 Lebanon,Ohio~founded 1898
The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Lebanon Elk’s Lodge #422 E-Mail Site Administrator
What’s New? Recent Updates
Saturday, October 25th
The date has been set for the lodge
Halloween Party - So start getting your
costumes prepared! Details TBD…
ELKS LODGE #422
Our lodge is a proud, long standing, active member of our local community - located in historic downtown Lebanon, Ohio.
Our main floor member’s club room has a full service lounge & card room with many amenities. See our Lodge page for more information.
Our lodge boasts a large second
floor facility for your private parties and occasions. It features a full service bar for your event.
A full service bar, plenty of seating a commercial kitchen, dance floor make our hall perfect for your event. Rental is open to the public - see our rental page for more information.
ELKS CARE - ELKS SHARE
Elk lodges proudly serve their local communities and honor our nation’s veterans.
PARTICIPATE IN “YOUR” LODGE
Lodge Meeting Hours:
1st & 3rd Thursdays, 7 PM
Except July & Aug, 3rd Thursday only
This site is dedicated to promoting & sharing information about the Elk’s organization and our lodge with current and future members.
Elks Lodges bring so much more to their communities than just a building. They are places where neighbors come together,
families share meals, and children grow up.
The Elks invest in their communities through many programs , by undertaking projects that address unmet needs, and by honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans.
Welcome Our New Members
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Lodge Project Day Update
The lodge board would like to “thank” the members who took time out of their personal schedules and assisted with some of the tasks on our “To Do” list. As is normal our list exceeded our time and manpower. We completed several key items and will continue to work on others. When your working with a building that’s over a hundred years old things never quite go completely as expected. I will share a full update in next month’s newsletter.
More information to follow…