Published by: B.P.O.E. Lodge No. 1600, State College, Pennsylvania
“As this emblem is first in our hearts
as loyal Americans, so it VOLUME 68, NUMBER 5 - MAY, 2011
is close to our altar as loyal Elks”
From the Exalted Ruler May Dates To Remember
A Spring Awakening . . .
Old and New Faces MAY
8 ...... Mother’s Day Luncheon ................
“Golf. You hit down to make the ball 9 ...... Annual Club Meeting .................... 7:00 pm
go up. You swing left and the ball goes right. 10 ..... Lodge Meeting ............................... 7:30 pm
The lowest score wins. And on top of that,
the winner buys the drinks.” - Author Un-
11-15 . State Spring Convention ................
known. 24 ..... Lodge Meeting ............................... 7:30 pm
Finally .... after a long winter, and an 27 ..... Place Flags on Graves ....................
awfully wet April, it’s May, and time when 30 ..... Memorial Day Stand .......................
the State College Elks Golf Course comes
distinctly alive with our golf members out to
challenge each other and themselves on one JUNE
of the premier courses in the area. On behalf 14 ..... Flag Day Ceremony ........................ 6:00 pm
of the Lodge Officers, I want to wish Aaron 14 ..... Lodge Meeting ............................... 8:00 pm
Palen, our new PGA certified Golf Profes-
sional, best of luck for a successful up and
24 ..... Indoctrination ................................ 6:00 pm
coming season at the State College Elks Country Club. I’ve found him to be 26 ..... District Meeting .............................
very approachable and I’m sure Aaron and his staff will be there to answer your 28 ..... Lodge Meeting (Initiation) ............. 7:30 pm
questions and help you out with your golfing needs, including something I’m
sure all our Golf Members need ... Hole in One Insurance!
It was also very refreshing to see all the familiar faces at our annual
Spring Golf Social. Having a significant portion of our members at the club on a Lodge of Sorrow
Friday night reminds me of one of the reasons I joined the Elks: camaraderie “We shall meet but we shall miss them, there will be the vacant chairs.
with great friends in a very special club. But though we no more possess them, still our hearts their memories
I also want to welcome our new club manager, Doug Nixon, to our bear. But awhile ago we gathered,friendship beaming in each eye.
Elks Club Family. Some of you may know him from his old position at Now the golden cord is severed, they have passed to realms on high.”
Kildare’s Irish Pub, and from the time I’ve had to talk to him at the club, he is
knowledable, eager, and ready to go in his new role. Jack Swords
Lucy Rogers, our former manager, has taken a position with Zola’s Born: November 26, 1924
catering as an event and catering coordinator, a position that is very well suited Initiated: October 14, 1969
for her talents. THANKS Lucy for all you’ve done in the past year for our Club
Died: March 15, 2011
and best wishes for success in your new position!
Don’t forget to mark your calendar for the evening of May 9th at 7:00
pm, as we have our Annual Club Meeting. All club members are welcome to Robert Witmer
come on out and find out from our distinguished club board what will be happen- Born: December 8, 1926
ing around the club for the new year. Initiated: September 1, 1950
On the Lodge side of the house, it is just as busy this May beginning Died: March 29, 2011
with our annual Mother’s Day Luncheon on May 8th. Details on the luncheon
are in this month’s newsletter or can be obtained by calling the club at 466-7231. “In vain we call. They have passed into the light which is beyond
Mid-May also marks the end of the 2010-11 Pennsylvania State Elks the valley of the shadow of death.
Association year. I want to congratulate the soon to be Pennsylvania Elks Past The places that have known them shall know them no more,
State President, our own George Olson, on a great and productive Lodge Year. but their virtues are written upon the tablets of love and memory.”
Several of our Lodge Officers and P.E.R.s will be down in Seven Springs, PA, for Please insure that your family is aware of the Elks Funeral Ritual.
This is a beautiful brief 15 minute ritual performed at the funeral home for a deceased member.
the State Spring Convention, May 11-15, to represent our Lodge and be there Have a family member call the Lodge or any Officer to arrange the service.
for George’s last days in office. Way to go, George!
On Friday, May 27th, we honor our deceased Lodge Brothers and
Sisters by placing Elks Memorial Flags in cemeteries throughout the area. Please One last thought, our Lodge can only thrive if we continue to
contact new Lodge Chaplain, Brenda Kephart, if you wish to help us with this grow, so don’t forget to ask friends who are not Elks, but would make
endeavor as there is lots of places to cover in a short time. great members, to join our wonderful Lodge. If you have any questions
And finally, on May 30th, come out and support the Lodge at our about new member recruitment, feel free to contact any Lodge Officer and
annual Memorial Day Refreshment Stand, on the Diamond in Boalsburg. Those contact information is, as always, on the back of the newsletter.
who want to help us man the stand should contact Esteemed Lecturing Knight,
Jeff Kephart, and sign up for a shift. We are always looking for help on the Fraternally Yours,
Diamond as well as with the setup, transport, and breakdown of our stand. Chuck Pavloski, Exalted Ruler
New Member Balloting
May 10, 2011
On May 10 2011 the following prosepctive candidates will be
voted upon at the scheduled Lodge Meeting.
John Damcott State College George Olson
Adrian Clapp Bellefonte Dennis Bonson May 8th
Scott Lewis State College Chuck Pavloski
Michael Shondeck Boalsburg Chad Bahrmann 10:30 am - 3:00 pm
Kirk Zuercher Boalsburg George Olson --- $12.99 ---
Joseph Lukac Port Matilda George Olson Additional details provided on web site
Please Call for reservations
From the Pro
As my first two months have past by, I would like to thank
everyone for welcoming Kristin and I to the Elks. The warm reception that
we have received is more than anyone could imagine!
As many of you have noticed there have been a few changes thus
far (I know change is not always easy); a new logo, a brand new look in the
shop; and a new staff model providing a memorable golf experience. The
next time you are out at the Elks try to make time to visit our Golf Opera-
tion with your family.
May is FREE Golf Lesson Month for the PGA of America.
Throughout the month of May, I will have designated time slots for a free
ten minute Golf Lesson. Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to start the
season off on the right track. Please contact the Golf Shop to signup.
Aaron Palen, PGA, Head Golf Professional
2011 Pool Season
Spring is finally here and we’re now planning for the upcoming
2011 pool season! If Mother Nature cooperates, we will be opening the
pool over the Memorial Day Weekend.
Membership fees are staying the same as last year and are printed
on the application in this newsletter. Remember, if you renewed your
Lodge dues this year as a Club Plus member, your pool membership is
included! Stay tuned for more updates and pool hours of operation in the
Lisa A. Schroeder, P.E.R., Club Board of Directors
The Brunch Buffet is Back!
Join us every Sunday
between 10:30 am and 1:00 pm for all the breakfast favorites . . .
Eggs · Bacon · Sausage · French Toast · Sliced Ham · Waffles ·
Pancakes · Toast · Bagels · Home Fries Plus . . . Soup du Jour -
Prepared Salads - Vegetables - Potato du Jour - Seafood Feature
Includes orange, cranberry, and tomato juices, coffee or hot tea.
ELKS NEWS The Elks News (USPS 173-640) is published monthly
by BPOE #1600, 635 Fairway Road, State College, PA 16803.
Periodicals postage paid at State College, PA. Postmaster: send
address changes and Form 3579 to Elks News, 635 Fairway
Road, State College, PA 16803. Editor: Ray Caravan, 237-7600,
Memorial Day Stand Children’s Easter Egg Hunt
Memorial Day Stand will be in operation this memorial day: set The Annual Children Easter Egg Hunt was held April 17th and
up starts at 6:30 am at the club, the stand will be operational at 10:00 am well-attended by children of all ages.
and tear down begins at 4:00 pm. Volunteers are needed, welcomed and
appreciated. I still have not had many responses as of yet.
Again this a worthwhile cause for the home service project (HSP).
And as always rewarding and fun. We are looking forward to your help
with our stand.
Please email me or call so we don’t have twenty folks for same
shift and one for another. Shifts are as long or short as your time allows.
Jeff Kephart, Leading Knight
Cell: 814-404-3091, or email: email@example.com
The Annual Club Meeting will be held on Monday, May 9th at
7:00 pm in the Fudrow Ballroom. Paid up Class 1 members (State College
lodge members) are eligible and invited to attend. The prior year’s opera-
tions will be discussed. Three Board of Director positions will be elected
at the meeting.
Hoop Shoot Coordinating Committee
The State Elks Hoop Shoot Coordinating Committee would like
to take this opportunity to thank the State College Elks membership for its
role in acting as the host Lodge for the 2011 State Elks Hoop Shoot. This
event was flawless, as usual, thank in no small regard, to the efforts of the
countless volunteers from the State College Elks Lodge. Many individuals
take care of the Friday evening registration process and welcome reception,
and those events certainly do not go unnoticed. Our thanks, too, to Bob
Deak, of Domino’s Pizza. Jonathan Rowell, age 11
Then, too, many volunteers take part in the on-court activities, Zach and Madison Lambert
to include line judge and ball retrievers, as well as chaperones.
All in all, this is a fantastic week-end for the kids who partici-
pate, for the parents and grandparents who accompany the kids, and for
the Lodges, as well.
Well done all!
Steve Lucas, State Hoop Shoot Director
W. F. Reiber, Co-State Coordinator
Bob Kidder, Co-State Coordinator
The Easter Bunny,
(Brenda Kephart) looking
and waiting for the kids. Harry Ross, age 7
Veterans’ Services Chair Needed
Fellow Elks: John Thomchick, after many, many years of dedi-
cated service as our Veterans Service chair, needs to step down and pass 2011 Elks Club Board of Directors
this very important Lodge function to another caretaker. Thanks John for Clyde Fuller, President
all your hard work and dedication to this function! Mark Doyle, Vice President
So, we are looking for someone to volunteer as the new chairper-
son. John has already set up much of next years’ events, but needs help to
Dave Immel, Past Exalted Ruler
transition this over to a new organizer. George Olson, Treasurer
If you are interested and willing to do this for your Lodge, please Lisa Schroeder, Secretary
contact John via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Exalted Ruler at Dennis Young
email@example.com, 814-883-2371. Bob Meyer
Chuck Pavloski, Exalted Ruler James Au
North Central District Ritual Competition Little Leaguers Summer Clinics
BRAND NEW FOR 2011
Little Leaguers Clinic (ages 4-6): 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Week 1: 6/21 Introduction, Name That Object!
Week 2: 6/28 Disco Golf, No Dancing Needed!
Week 3: 7/5 Hula Hoop Time!
Week 4: 7/12 Golf like an Elephant, What You’re Talking About?
Week 5: 7/19 Golf Olympics Part 1: Mini-course Contest
Week 6: 7/26 Golf Olympics Part 2: Bulls Eye Contest
Week 7: 8/2 Golf Olypmics Part 3: Golf Speed Relay!
Little Leaguers: The first half of each clinic will be devoted to
instruction on the Upper Practice Facility followed by a Play Day on
the Sharkbite Course. A member of the Golf Professional Staff will be
on hand to help with instruction. Please remember one parent/adult
chaperone per family must accompany the Little Leaguer throughout
At its recent Elks North Central District Ritual competition at each clinic.
Lock Haven Elks Lodge, the following Lodge Officers competed with these Make-up Classes: If you are out of town during one or two of
results: Front Row: Exalted Rulers Dan Nelson, Philipsburg - 1st Place; these weeks, no worries! Please contact Aaron to schedule a time when a
Sherri Walison, Lock Haven - 3rd Place; Dave Immel, State College - 2nd member of the Professional Staff can spend a few moments with your
Place; Back Row: Leading Knights Chuck Pavloski, State College - 2nd Junior Golfer and get them caught up! All arrangements must be made
Place; Ed Storck, Philipsburg - 1st Place; Tim Black, Lewistown - 3rd by May 23rd.
Place. Junior Banquet: There will be a Junior Banquet Sunday,
September 25th 6-8pm to close the Junior Golf season. We will present
the awards and trophies at that time and hold our world famous Raffle!
Cost: $80. per junior ($100. for non-members). Price includes clinics,
State College Elks at the gift, play days, and one junior into the banquet.
New for 2011 - Sibling Discount. Each additional child will
Pennsylvania Special Olympics receive a 20% discount on the entry fee.
Sign-up Please email Aaron to sign up. Sign-ups close on
Come help our own Dave Will and W. F. Reiber and be a part of Sunday, May 23rd at 5:00 pm. Any Cancellations after the deadline
the Pennsylvania Special Olympics. result in full payment.
We are looking for State College Elks members to volunteer for Any Questions? Call: (814) 466-6451.
Special Olympics Bowling on Saturday of June 11, from 8:00 to 3:00 pm.
If bowling isn’t “your game,” volunteers may elect to work at
other venues as well, if they so desire. For further information or to volun- Recent Initiation Ceremony
teer, contact Dave Will at firstname.lastname@example.org or W. F. Reiber at 364-8866.
I feel extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to per-
form the initiation ceremony with my son David as the lead candidate! In
this photo: John Ferretti, Ned Eldridge, Chad Bahrmann, Michael Finocchio,
Bond Committee Update Brad Yeckley, Maxim Schlossberg, David Immel, and Exalted Ruler.
Dear Fellow Elks: Thank you for your support of The State Dave Immel, PER
College Elks. At this time we have decided to postpone the Bond Program
at the Elks. We are currently getting our house in financial order. As this
progresses we will be keeping you informed and may discuss bond issues
in the future. Thanks for your support
The Bond Committee
Notice! - June 14th Lodge Meeting
Time Change to 8:00 pm
The June 14th Lodge Meeting will be starting at 8:00 pm due to
the Lodge participation in the annual Flag Day Ceremony earlier that evening.
Remember . . .
The State College Elks is a GREAT place
to bring your guests!!
BUT . . . please be sure to sign them in
upon your arrival at the club!
Golf Classes and Clinics
New Golf Trial Membership Summer Junior Clinics - 2011
We would like to introduce you to a brand new program: 2011 3 Holer Clinic (ages 7-8): 5:45 pm-6:30 pm
Golf Trial Membership. The Elks will be offering two different Golf 5 Holer Clinic (ages 9-10): 6:30 pm- 7:15 pm
Trial Memberships, a 45 day and 60 day trail. Both Golf Trial 9/18 Holer Clinic (ages 11 and up): 7:15- 8:00 pm
Memberships will begin as of today with enrollment through the end of
June. Below is the breakdown on how the two work and the cost. Wednesday Evenings
– $495. for the 45 day Trial Membership;
Ten Weeks, beginning June 1st
– $595. for the 60 day Trial Membership;
– Both include Unlimited Carts; Wednesday Clinics: Little Leaguers, 3, 5, and 9 holer’s will all
– May make tee times 8 days in advance Complete access to the course have age appropriate games and drills designed specifically to help them
Monday through Sunday, excluding Member Tournaments; enjoy golf and develop the necessary skills to advance their game.
– After the trial is over and you wish to sign up for the remainder of the Make-up Classes: If you are out of town during one or two of
year, the above fee will be deducted from your 2011 Membership fee; these weeks, no worries! Please contact Aaron to schedule a time when a
– If you have any further questions or would like to sign up, please member of the Professional Staff can spend a few moments with your
contact PGA Head Golf Professional, Aaron Palen at (814) 466-6451 or Junior Golfer and get them caught up! All arrangements must be made by
email@example.com. May 23rd.
Play Days: 3 and 5 holer’s must have at least one parent/adult
chaperone per family. Please call the golf shop by each Tuesday evening to
sign up for the Play Day.
Junior Camp Dates ** Play Day Championship Rounds = During the last three Play Days, 3,
5 and 9 hole juniors may submit their best two scores to the golf shop
Fine Tuning that Competitive Edge (signed and attested). These two scores will count towards the Play Day
Championship for their division.
Designed for the intermediate to advanced Junior Golfer (ages Junior Banquet: There will be a Junior Banquet Sunday, Sep-
12-17 years of age). Our Professional Staff will touch on all the fundamen- tember 11th 6-8pm to close the Junior Golf season. We will present the
tals of golf, while having a specific skill concentration. These camps are awards and trophies at that time and hold Aaron’s Famous RAFFLE!
designed to help develop that Junior Golfer who is interested in competi- Cost: $190 per junior. Price includes clinics, gift, play days, and
tive golf. one junior into the banquet. New for 2011 - Sibling Discount. Each
Each camp will last 5 hours and include: lunch, course manage- additional child will receive a 20% discount on the entry fee.
ment techniques, playing golf with the Golf Professional, personalized Sign-up: Please email Aaron to sign up. Sign-ups close on
practice prescription, skill drills, strengthening/conditioning games, and a Sunday, May 22nd at 5:00 pm. Any Cancellations after the deadline result
DVD video of their swing. in full payment.
July 11-13, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm (Short Game)
Tune- Up 101
July 25-27, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm (Putting)
Time to melt the ice!
August 8-10, 8:00 am-1:00 pm (Full Swing) Getting refreshed with the basics!
Cost - $200. Four classes that will cover:
Posture - Grip - Alignment - Full Swing
New for 2011 - Sibling Discount. Each additional child will re- Chipping - Pitching - Putting
ceive a 20% discount on the entry fee. Also, signing up for more than one Sessions 2, 3, & 4 on Course Play
camp? Each additional camp, receive a 20% discount on the entry fee.
Session 1: Thurs (6-7 pm) 4/21
Session 2: Thurs (6-7 pm) 4/28
Session 3: Thurs (6-7 pm) 5/5
Session 4: Thurs (6-7 pm) 5/19
Session 1: Thurs (3-4 pm) 4/21
Session 2: Thurs (3-4 pm) 4/28
Business Meetings, Session 3: Thurs (3-4 pm) 5/5
Session 4: Thurs (3-4 pm) 5/19
– We Cater To You!! — Played before? Understand a few terms? Comfortable playing ?
Rehearsal Dinners, Weddings, Showers, Family or Class Reunions, You’re the perfect student! Sign up !!!!
Anniversaries, Retirement Parties, Office Parties, Four Classes – The last 3 classes will be On the Course!!!!
Cocktail and Hors D’oeuvres Parties, Graduation Parties, 1 hour each class - $100. per student
After Funeral Arrangements – whatever your event, Sign-ups close at 5:00 pm on April 17th. Any cancellations after that
call the State College Elks to plan it! result in full payment of the clinic. Email Aaron to sign up:
Women’s Golf Tees Up the 2011 Season 2011 Charity Golf Tournament
Elks Women’s Golf teed up for the 2011 season with their spring The State College Elks Lodge #1600 is having its Annual Char-
golf banquet at the Elks Club on April 13. Twenty eight women were in ity Golf Tournament to be held on Sunday, September 11th at the State
attendance from the 9 Hole Tuesday night league and the 18 Hole Thursday College Elks Country Club. Our tournament is held each year to raise
morning league, and league play started the week of April 18. They were money to help those persons with developmental disabilities, which are
joined by the new Elks Head Golf Pro, Aaron Palen, who shared ideas for defined by severe, chronic disorders attributable to mental or physical
growing the women’s program, and answered lots of questions in a light impairment before a person reaches the age of 22. Since 1963, the Pennsyl-
hearted, impromptu presentation on the Rules of Golf. Aaron has already vania Elks Home Service Program has been helping to improve the quality
made some wonderful improvements to the Pro Shop, and we know that of life for thousands of children and adults throughout our state. This
along with Assistant Golf Pro Dane Young, the women’s golf program is in program provides support and advocacy services to individuals of any age
good hands these days. who have a developmental disability. Best of all, the services are free and
Emily Anselmi and Ellen Perry from the Elks Golf Committee you do not need to be an Elk to receive care through this program.
shared updates from that group, and urged league members to participate in We look forward to working with you this year and invite you to
the Club Championship the last two weekends of August. As a flighted join us to be a sponsor for this event. As a sponsor in this event, you will
tournament, it is intended for women of all playing abilities, and it would be be promoting your company to a group of people who are very loyal to its
great to increase our participation in this fun event. sponsors, as well as to the many area professionals who will be participat-
Both leagues run through the middle of August. Special events coming up ing at the outing itself. Companies like yours make the resources available
in May and June include the Rally for a Cure on May 10 (5:30 scramble) that help families in need throughout Pennsylvania.
and the Member-Member tournament on June 4. For more information on We are offering various levels of sponsorships. Please see the
the Rally for a Cure, contact Brenda Wagner, firstname.lastname@example.org. For more attached sponsor form for more information. With sponsorship, we will
information on the Member-Member tournament, contact Geri Stonebraker, plan again to recognize your company in our upcoming promotions for the
email@example.com. These and all future women’s golf events will be posted in golf tournament. In addition, you will be eligible to have golfers attend our
the locker room, the Pro Shop, and in the Elks newsletter. outing, a banner with company name, and a tee/green sign. We are antici-
Any Elks woman interested in joining either league may contact pating a highly successful and well-attended outing and look forward to
Geri Stonebraker, firstname.lastname@example.org or Connie Schroeder, working with you again to help families in need across Pennsylvania.
email@example.com for the 9 Hole group. Contact Aaron Palen at
the Pro Shop, 466-6451, firstname.lastname@example.org, for additional information. Perry Schram, Esteemed Loyal Knight
Our goals as a league are to have fun and play golf, all at the same
time. See you on the links!
—Submitted by Connie Schroeder
Ginny Hosterman (left) was
awarded the 2010 Women’s
Club Championship Cup by
Aaron Palen, new Head Pro, at
the Women’s Golf League
Spring Banquet, April 13.
Congratulations, Ginny, on
winning the championship
Remember to visit us on the web at
Baskets full of colorful golf balls adorned the tables, and www.statecollegeelks.com
were awarded to lucky winners at the close of the banquet. for up to date information
2011 Charity Golf Tournament 2011 Pool Membership Fees
Daily passes: $5.00 – After 5:00 pm: $3.00
Sponsorship Form Single membership (12 years & older)
Please join our team of contributors. Paid before April 16th, $ 90.00– cash – check
Paid after April 16th, $ 99.00– cash – check
_____ Gold Sponsorship $2,500 Couple membership
12 Golfers, Banner with company name, Paid before April 16th, $115.00– cash – check
tournament advertising & tee/green sign. Aid after April 16th, $135.00– cash – check
_____ Silver Sponsorship $1,500 Paid before April 16th, $145.00– cash – check
8 Golfers, Banner with company name, Aid after April 16th, $160.00– cash – check
tournament advertising & tee/green sign. (Families with more than 4 people additional: $20.00)
_____ Bronze Sponsorship $ 750 Non member single membership: $99.00
4 Golfers, Banner with company name, Non member couple membership: $139.00
tournament advertising & tee/green sign. Non member family membership: $165.00
(Families with more than 4 people additional: $25.00)
_____ Lodge Sponsorship $ 500 (No discounted rates for non members)
2 Golfers, Banner with company name, No charge for children 4 years of age or under
tournament advertising & tee/green sign
2011 POOL MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
_____ Tee Sponsorship $ 100
Company name displayed at a tee
Name ___________________________________________ Elks Member #____________________
Company ________________________________________ Address___________________________________________
City__________________________ State Zip__________
Phone __ Lodge #_________________
Daytime Phone ____________________________________ SINGLE MEMBERSHIP (12 YEARS AND OLDER AS OF 6/1/2011)
Please check your Sponsorship Level - Return form and check to: _________________________________________________
State College Elks Lodge #1600
Attn: State College Elks 2011 Golf Charity Tournament _________________________________________________
PO Box 8 -- Boalsburg, PA 16827
Please make checks payable to the
State College Elks Charity Golf Tournament
Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday —1:00 - 8:30 pm
Friday and Saturday — Noon - 9:00 pm Pool Hours:
Sunday — 10:30 am - 1:00 pm (Brunch only) May 29 ~ June 18
Soup & hot dogs available at the hut window every day, including Monday.
Please remember to let us know if you are planning to dine with us, so we Weekends 12:00 ~ 7:30 pm
may staff adequately. Call 466-7231 to make a reservation. The kitchen Fridays open until 8:00 pm
may close 1/2 hour earlier than posted times in the absence of reservations June 19 ~ September 6
Bar 11:00 ~ 8:00 pm
Monday thru Saturday — 11:00 am Fridays open until 8:30 pm
Sunday – 10:30 am PLEASE REMIT CHECK WITH APPLICATION PAYABLE TO:
*The bar may make last call with 6 patrons or fewer ELKS CLUB of STATE COLLEGE
PO Box 8, Boalsburg, PA 16827
Officers for 2011-2012
The Officers for this current Lodge year are listed below. Special Committees and their chairs, and a
Calendar of Events for the Lodge year are periodically included inside the Newsletter. Don’t wait for that
phone call or that personal contact to get involved, because you will have missed an opportunity to
experience something very wonderful in helping those in our community.
Exalted Ruler Treasurer Past Exalted Ruler Tiler
Charles Pavloski Steve Lupis Dave Immel Lee Morris
814-883-2371 814-867-1071 814-364-1535 (home) 814-861-0695
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 814-238-7005 (work)
Leading Knight Esquire David Harry
David Wasson Chris Carver Presiding Justice
814-574-8920 814-753-0052 Joseph L. Amendola
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 814-238-0186 (home)
Loyal Knight Chaplain Greg Evans
State College, PA 16803
Perry Schram Brenda Kephart Mediator
814-883-0964 Bradley P. Lunsford
635 Fairway Road
email@example.com 548-1061 (work)
Lecturing Knight Secretary
Jeff Kephart George Olson
B. P O. E. Lodge #1600
635 Fairway Road - State College, PA 16803
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Monday: Closed; BAR Open:
Tue-Thu: 1:00-8:00 pm; Mon-Sat: 11:00 am
Fri-Sat: Noon-9:00 pm; Sunday: 10:30 am
Sunday: 10:30-1:00 pm.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Sunday Brunch Buffet Kitchen Closed
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Annual Club Meeting Lodge Meeting State Spring Convention State Spring Convention State Spring Convention State Spring Convention
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Sunday Brunch Buffet Kitchen Closed
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Sunday Brunch Buffet Kitchen Closed (Initiation) Place Flags on Graves
29 30 31 1 J U N E 2 3 4
Memorial Day Stand
Sunday Brunch Buffet Boalsburg