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Open Monday night for Flag Day

It is Flag Day!
The Elks organization’s tradition began in 1907 with community tributes across the nation. The Elks petitioned Congress to have a national observation declared for the flag but it wasn’t until 1949 when President Harry Truman ( who was an Elk) declared Flag Day a national holiday.
We will be open today ~ And will have a Flag Day Ceremony~
Tonight’s Menu!
BBQ Brisket Sandwich
Fish and Chips
Bacon Cheeseburger
Lodge opens at 3 PM
Flag Day Ceremony at 5 PM at the Flag Pole
See you all there!

Elk of the Month

Tracy, thank you from all of us at the lodge for your efforts on our behalf around our facility.  You’ve stepped up and said I want to help, ran for a trustee position, volunteered your time to our House Committee and spend countless hours doing things that need to be done around our lodge.

Tracy Redding – Thank you!  Your efforts this year are amazing and are encouraging your fellow members to step up and volunteer to help out around the lodge. Well done and thank you from the Past Exalted Ruler Association and your fellow lodge members.

Elk of the Month!

Duane, thank you from all of us at the lodge for your efforts each and every year to create such an amazing event that brings our membership together and builds much needed funds for charity..  You catch the dinner in Alaska, bring it to Seattle, clean, fillet, prep, season and cook!

From the bay to our lodge tables you have made the Ballard Elks Yearly Salmon dinner happen for 11 years now and even during our trying pandemic you stepped up and made it happen.

Duane Stensland – Thank you!  Your efforts this year, and all these years prior, are amazing and are encouraging your fellow members to get together for dinner, to have fun and to volunteer to help out around the lodge. Well done and thank you from the Past Exalted Ruler Association and your fellow lodge members.