Your Community Needs You. You’re not the type to let your car run out of gas. And as a blood donor, we know you’re not the type to let your community run out of blood either. Bloodworks Northwest is asking you to donate in the final stretch of summer. Trauma cases spike significantly this time of year, and we need to ensure people have access to the blood they need. We encourage you to make an appointment to donate as soon as you’re able to. For those who didn’t get an opportunity to sign up to donate at the Ballard Elks Lodge #827, here’s your chance. Bloodworks just opened up 20 extra timeslots on September 8th – secure your appointment now before it’s all taken! Make an appointment by visiting bloodworksnw.org or call 800-398-78888. Same day appointments often available.
Member Christopher Webster Ballard 827, Presenting the Elks Drug Awareness Program (DAP)
• Women’s casual, business, formal, fitness & outdoors clothing, shoes, boots, jewelry, scarves, belts, hats, handbags, and totes in good condition.
• No lingerie, swimwear, socks, men’s, or children’s clothing.
• No stained or torn items, please.
45 minute early admission to event at 12:15.
1 free drink token
Limited to 100 participants.
Buy VIP tickets online: https://tinyurl.com/yc2s6nr3
$20 with clothing drop off (be sure to sign the roster when you drop-off your clothing items!)
$40 without clothing drop off
We’ll also be holding a raffle and a silent auction for gift certificates and items donated by local businesses.
The Ballard Elks – one of the fastest growing Elks lodges in the US is hiring for a Part-time line/Prep cook. We are looking for a new team member to help on busy nights and special events.
Hours/Schedule: 20 or so hours per week
Salary: $20-$23 per hour (DOE) + tips on food sales
Experience: 2+ years as a restaurant cook- breakfast experience a plus!
Valid WA State Food Handler permit required.
Inquiries: Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about our charitable organization and to see our fantastic waterfront building go to www.ballardelks.org
We had a total of 48 teams and around 200 kids!