The turnout, according to Past Exalted Ruler Tink Wilson, was due to the raffle for a Henry Gold 30.06 rifle bought by the lodge as a fundraiser for the ball, which raises funds for the lodge’s Christmas basket charity program and the Elks’ children’s party. Another top auction item was a Henry Gold .45 Colt rifle donated by Brad Knapp of Crossfire. There were also a number of auto-related items in the auction. Pictured above is Exalted Ruler Don Reed.
RANGELY | The Rangely Elks Lodge local hoop shoot is scheduled for Dec. 18 at Parkview Elementary School. Registration will begin at 6 p.m. and the shoot begins at 7 p.m. There are three age groups, […]
A little late in starting, but the kids didn’t care Saturday at Elks Park in Rangely during the annual Rangely Elks Club Easter Egg Hunt. Hundreds of kids were on hand, and they made fast […]