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Welcome from the Exalted Ruler

Exalted Ruler Ron BeachI would like to thank you for visiting the Denver Elks Website.  Please feel free to browse and see what we are all about.  If you are ever in our neighborhood, please stop by and allow us to share our legendary Rocky Mountain hospitality . . . and you'll discover why Denver Elks Lodge No. 17  is  "The Mother Lodge of the Rockies."

Ron Beach
Exalted Ruler




Congratulations to John D. Amen, Grand Exalted Ruler 2014-2015
Congratulations to one of Denver 17's own, John D. Amen, who has been elected Grand Exalted Ruler 2014-2015. 

Best wishes on a successful year, John!







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Random Article About Denver Elks in the Community

Denver and Other Metro Area Elks with ENVSC Donate $6,000+ to Freedom Service Dogs, October 2013
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Group:  Veterans
Operation Gratitude
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Amazing Elks Fact of the Day

Fact No. 13:   On June 14, 1949, President Harry S. Truman, a member of the Kansas City, MO Lodge No. 26, signed Public Law 203 designating June 14th as Flag Day in America.  Flag Day has been a mandatory Elks lodge activity since 1911.

 

Almost Amazing Fact of the Day

Fact No. 175:   Roman statues were made with detachable heads, so that one head could be removed and replaced by another.