ELKS LODGE 1806 B.P.O.E.
COVINGTON, GEORGIA
135 CROWELL ROAD
COVINGTON, GA 30015

Mail: P.O. BOX 587 - E-mail
Covingtonelkslodge1806@hotmail.com
Telephone: 770-787-9499 - FAX: 770-787-9499
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This site updated 5-30-2016, Newsletter

OUR ER, ROS DUBOSE,
WELCOMES YOU !


Elk meetings are the first and third Tuesdays, 7:30 PM.
Elkadette meetings are the 3rd Tuesdays 7:30 PM
(No meetings the first Tuesdays in July and August)
Trustee meetings are the second Wednesday each month, 4:00 PM.
PER meetings are the second Tuesday each month, 3:00 PM.

Our newsletters will be E-mailed by the end of each month.


ROS IMPROVED OUR SIGNAGE


OUR NEWEST ELKS:
MIKIE WAGY AND LOIS GRONEWALD

We fed breakfast to our County First Responders


AWARDS AND INSTALLATION PHOTOS


LARRY AND ELROY (JOHN) WITH OUR WINNER
CLICK TO SEE PHOTOS

WORKERS PREPARE FOR HOOP SHOOT CEREMONIES


WE HOSTED THE NE DISTRICT HOOP SHOOT, AGAIN!

INITIATES JEAN DUBOS AND HELEN IRISH


FROM GA ELK NEWS

ROS CHAIRED OUR SUCCESSFUL
LOCAL HOOP SHOOT


OUR SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS AT AWARD DINNER

Honoring a Local Military Family:


Memorial Service Setup

CLICK HERE TO SEE MEMORIAL SERVICE PHOTOS

We are so excited to report that once again, Covington Elks Lodge 1806 is the proud recipient of the
2016 Impact Grant.  This grant was submitted earlier this summer by Grant chairman Anita Denny to the Elks National Foundation in an attempt to complete a project close to the hearts of many of our Elks brothers and sisters.... the opening of an ECHO Children's Literacy Center in the heart of Porterdale.  ECHO stands for "Elks in the Community Helping Others".      This project will serve the children in Porterdale, on Saturdays from 10-2pm, during their summer break.  Please take a moment to read below (published today by the Elks National Foundation via email) what this project will entail: 

Covington, Ga., Lodge No. 1806 will provide reading and learning tools for children in need while they are on summer break through the ECHO Children’s Center project. The Lodge will create a children center space at a local church to run a weekly reading literacy program throughout the summer. The program will include crafts, educational activities and healthy lunches and snacks to all participants.

This is the second time that our Covington Elks Lodge has submitted and received the Impact Grant.  The Impact Grant was used previously (in 2014) to provide canned goods and other food items, as well as a new freezer to the Turner Lake Food Pantry.

Grand Lodge DD Jim Carpenter paid us a visit on 12-1-2015


EARLY DELIVERY OF OUR 200 NEW CHAIRS CAUSED A CALL
TO GO OUT AT 10:30 AM FOR VOLUNTEERS :

 


Northeast District VP Bob Colie, seen above
with Larry and Jim, visited our Lodge 10/6/15.

WE PREPARED 1,500 DICTIONARIES FOR NEWTON 3RD-GRADERS, DRUG AWARENESS COLORING BOOKS, BOOKMARKERS AND CONSTITUTION BOOKS FOR TEACHERS.

JOE NEELY RECOGNIZED FOR ENF

CONTRIBUTIONS IN EXCESS OF $1,000.00



ANITA AWARDED SECRETARY OF THE YEAR AT CONVENTION

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Wheelchair recipient, Viet Nam veteran Don Liedig, & Pam Liedig
pose with Sandra Bowden and Ros Dubose (B. C. Elk, in background is not kissing Ros)


PER/PDDGER Jim Kirkpatrick received
our Officer of the Year Award from ER Larry Denny


COME PLAY, MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS

SOME OF OUR HALLOWEEN NIGHT DINERS AT THE LODGE

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