Knight's Corner

May 2022

From the Station of Justice

My name is Tim Thomas, and it is my pleasure to serve as your Loyal Knight this year. I encourage everyone to attend a meeting, and get involved with your lodge if you can.

It is my opinion that the planning for the 100th anniversary of the lodge will be our biggest event in 2022, and we will need as many volunteers as possible to make this celebration one to be remembered.

Until next month please take care of yourselves.

Yours truly,
Tim Thomas
Esteemed Loyal Knight

From the Station of Brotherly Love

My first month as a “Knight” with Caldwell Elks has been a real treat! Lots of things to learn and remember! I’m enjoying it! We have some exciting events on the Lodge calendar.

Our RV parking is having a steady flow of Elks pulling in for night camping. They state how they enjoy our Lodge and the greetings they get from our members.

We are busy at the Lodge! Watch the monthly “Call” for upcoming events. We are back to normal with “Mixed Club” the 1st and 3rd Thursdays every month.

The month May means that everyone is busy in their yard and gardens. I love this time of year when everything turns so colorful and bright. I am getting settled in my new living quarters and have decided to plant a few things of color!

Saturday, May 7, 2022 KENTUCKY DERBY! Racing starts at 8:00 am.

Sunday, May 8, 2022 is the “Mother’s Day Ceremony” @ the Lodge. The Ceremony starts at 11:00 am and Lunch at 12:00. Please call for reservations.

Happy May Day!

I’m Happy to Serve Our Local Elks Members.

With Brotherly Love,
Claudia Halden
Esteemed Lecturing Knight

From the Station of Charity

Greetings fellow Elks, spring is here. That means yard clean-up, trees are starting to get their new foliage, and everyone is thinking about planting a garden. The same is happening at the Caldwell Elks Lodge. Our new Officer core is also thinking about projects around to Lodge for the year 2022-2023. If you have any ideas, please let one of the Lodge officers know.

May is the month when we remember our Mother’s. Please join us at the Lodge on May 8, 2022, we will be remembering Mom with our annual Mother’s Day Ceremony. The ceremony will take place in the lodge room at 11:00 AM with lunch served after the ceremony.

In closing, I would like to remind everyone that Caldwell Elks Lodge is not a “Bar”. We maintain a Social Club with rules and regulations that follow the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States of America cardinal virtues, Charity – Justice – Brotherly Love – and Fidelity; to promote the welfare and enhance the happiness of its members; to quicken the spirit of American Patriotism; and to cultivate good fellowship. Please be courteous to everyone who enters our social quarters. Thank you all.

Lawrince Hovorka
Esteemed Leading Knight