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Meetings

House Committee Meetings
April 6 Tuesday 6:30 p.m.
April 20 Tuesday 6:30 p.m. 
 
Trustees Meetings
April 6 Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
April 20 Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
​​Regular Lodge Meetings
April 7 Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
April 21 Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
 
Contact Information:
secretary@grassvalleyelks.org
530.273.9228
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OUR LODGE IS STILL CLOSED FOR INSIDE MEETINGS.

ELKS' CREED

Believe in the goodness in thyself as well as in others.

Protect childhood with tenderness, old age with respect.  Cherish with               reverence the memory of those who passed.

Observe faithfully the Golden Rule.

Enjoy the good things of earth.  Keep within thee the glorious sunshine of         youth and remain always of good cheer.

Bistro 538

AT THE GRASS VALLEY ELKS

Reservations: (530) 205-0470 or Bistro538@GrassValleyElks.org

Visit us at Bistro538.org

 

 

NEW FRIDAY NiGHT DINNER AVAILABLE

BE OUR GUEST

Experience the Grass Valley Elks and enjoy fabulous food on our outdoor patio, Bistro Garden Outside Dining. Friday May 14, from

4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Dinner service begins at 5 p.m.

Dinner will be:

Tri-Tip with Au Jus, Baked PotatoBroccoli with Cheese Sauce, Caesar Salad with Homemade Dressing & Croutons, Jamal's Garlic Bread.  $20 (tax Included). Live music performed by Jazz Harpist, Motoshi Kosako. Seating is extremely limited. Call for reservations 530-205-0470

If you are unable to visit with us, take-out dinners will also be available for $20 (tax included). from 4 - 5:30 P.M.

THURSDAY LUNCH DRIVE-THRU

 

WHO: The Grass Valley Elks has launched a NEW Drive –Thru, Bistro 538 ON-THE-GO, featuring delicious homemade comfort food. Chef Jamal Walker, formerly of Summer Thymes Bakery & Deli, is bringing his expertise to serve you fresh, hot, and hearty meals.

 

WHAT: DRIVE-THRU Lunch Meals from $15 (tax included).

 

WHERE: Our Drive-Thru is located on the south side of the Elks building (109 S. School St.) in the downstairs area. Access is gained through the Bank of America parking lot from S. Church St. Follow the signs up the alley to the OPEN sign

 

WHEN: Every Thursday - From 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

 

WHY: Downtown area needs a Drive-Thru. People are tired of eating cold take-out food in Styrofoam containers. Our meals are packaged to keep your meal hot.

 

HOW: Reserve your meal(s); otherwise, it is first come, first served.  Call (530) 205-0470 or email Bistro538@grassvalleyelks.org and provide the following: Name, Telephone Number, Number of Meals to Reserve, and How You Heard About Us.

5/13  Homemade Southwestern Chicken Wrap, Macaroni Salad, & Chocolate Cake with Creamy Chocolate Topping $15 (tax included).

5/20  BLT Wrap, Waldorf Salad, & Vanilla Cake with Fresh Banana Topping.  $15 (tax included).

5/27  Homemade Crispy Chicken with Sesame Dressing, Potato Salad, Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Ganache. $15 (tax included).

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Members Only

Zoom Meetings

  • House & Trustee Meeting:  Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday's

  • House Meeting starts at 6:30 P.M.

  • Trustee Meeting starts at 7:30 P.M.

  • Lodge Meeting:  Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday's @ 7:00 p.m.

 

 

 

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Elks National Foundation

The foundation of Charity in all of Elkdom.  This program funds not only the largest Scholarship program (non government) but has budgeted funds that support the Elks National Memorial & Headquarters - take a look.....

https://www.elks.org/memorial/memorialTour.cfm

 

These endeavors as well as a host of national contest and essay competitions - all too numerous to mention.

Every year each Lodge has the privilege of applying for community grant dollars to serve local charities.

This year our Lodge has approved grant applications for the

  • Salvation Army's Youth Activity Center (indoors), and Hospitality House

  • Bill's Wheels - a project created by one of our most popular members - Bill Dobbins, it re-habs and gifts power chairs and mobility equipment to those in need.

  • Kare Krisis Nursery - to help fund needs for families in crisis.  Our member Sara Woerner is the sweet muscle behind the effort to raise funds for this with her infamous "Sara's Pies

  • We should be sending this grant applications this week - so here's hoping we are sucessful at bringing much needed help to our community.