Rangely Elks…

Bill Cady celebrates a bit after recording a birdie at the annual Rangely Elks Golf Tournament at Cedar Ridges Golf Course in Rangely on June 13.

Super bowls…

Along with Sunday’s big NFL game, the Rangely Elks Lodge held its annual chili cook-off and then fed members and the public. The judges were Dee Kenney, Melva Woodley, John Broderick, Derek Stolworthy, Micheal Dillion, Tywayne DeCuir and Cody Reed. Winner of the “hot” chili was Teresa LeBleu and second place was Ross Alire. “Other” winner was the team of Leilanie and Rob Morgan; second went to Exalted Ruler Don Reed.

Letter to the Editor: Rangely responds to resident’s health needs

Dear Editor: I want to thank the Rangely community, local businesses and everyone else for the donations for my stem cell rejuvenation.

Elks Charity Ball…

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Despite bitterly cold winds, attendance was good at the annual Rangely Elks Lodge No. 1907 Charity Ball Nov. 15.

Elks vice president…

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Recently, Rangely Elks Lodge No. 1907 hosted new District Deputy Kirk Biesemeyer. On Oct. 16, the lodge hosted Elks First Vice President Tom Fraker and his wife, Debi.

Rangely Elks Lodge…

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On Sept. 16, Rangley Elks Lodge No. 1907 welcomed new District Deputy Governor Kirt Biesemeyer from Summit County. Biesemeyer was making the rounds to lodges within his district, and he just wanted to introduce himself to everyone and get to know a little bit about each lodge he will oversee.

Chevron donates to Elks…

Chevron donated $5,000 to the Rangely Elks Club Christmas baskets fund during Septemberfest at the Elks’ drug awareness trailer. From left to right are: Ross Alire, a specialist with Chevron; Tink Wilson, a past exalted ruler with the Elks and Elks officers Cody Reed and Mike Dillon.

Elks Christmas in Rangely feeds 120 children and 70 families

Mom Marisela Preciado and Elks member Cody Reed stand with Preciado’s 7-year-old son, Xavier, whose name was drawn for one of the large prizes at the Elks Children’s Christmas Party on Dec. 21. Between personal and business donations and the Elks Club’s own contributions, approximately $2,500 goes into hosting the party each year. The entire operation, including the food and gifts, costs about $8,000.

RANGELY I More than 120 children and 70 families experienced the community’s generosity this Christmas as Rangely Elks Lodge No. 1907 hosted its third annual Children’s Christmas Party and distributed food boxes to dozens of local families.

Helping hand by Elks …

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Four-year-old Cutler Lohse laughs as Tony Benson paints a snowman on her cheek. More than 100 kids turned out for the third annual Rangely Elks Club Children’s Christmas Party on Saturday.

Elks Charity Ball…

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The Rangely Elks Lodge hosted its annual Charity Ball, including a casino, a live band and live and silent auctions on Nov. 16 with proceeds from a Denver Broncos helmet signed by Peyton Manning that was donated by Devon Striegel going to the RHS wrestling team and other funds supporting the Elks Lodge’s holiday gift […]

County-wide donations…

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Chris Archuleta, right, a graduate of Meeker schools and a representative of Chevron, presented a check worth $15,000 to Iris Franklin, left, the president of the Meeker School District Board of Education, on Tuesday night.

Rangely Elks Annual Charity Ball Nov. 5

Don’t miss the annual Rangely Elks Annual Charity Ball on Nov. 5! Join us for Happy Hour and Hors d’oeuvres from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The live auction will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. Live music from Roundabout 8 p.m.