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Welcome from the
Exalted Ruler

R.J. Mastic, Exalted Ruler, Denver Elks Lodge No. 17
R.J. Mastic
Exalted Ruler
I 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."

Interested in the Elks?  Find out about:
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History of the Denver Elks
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or Tell Us Why You're an Elk

From the Webmaster

Winner:  Grand Lodge 5-Star Website for the fifth consecutive year (2016-2012)

Denver Elks Lodge No. 17 is deeply grateful and excited to have been chosen a Grand Lodge 5-Star Site for the fith consecutive year (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012).

We invite your questions or comments, so please drop us a line on our Email Us page or leave a comment in our Guestbook.

Thanks.  Enjoy.

Patrick Wyman
Past Exalted Ruler
(1999-2000; 2012-2013)

Random Article About Denver Elks in the Community

Denver Elks Join Other Metro Area Elks to Donate More than $3,500 to Rocky Mountain Fisher House, September 2016
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Group:  Things to Do in Denver
Denver Art Museum
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Amazing Elks Fact of the Day

Fact No. 17:   On Dec. 10, 1941, the Elks lost the Manila Lodge No. 761 to the Japanese invasion, and on Jan. 4, 1942, the Agana, Guam, Lodge No. 1281 was overrun.  489 Elk members and their families spent the remainder of the war in Japanese concentration camps.


Almost Amazing Fact of the Day

Fact No. 51:   Super Bowl's longest field goal?  (Super Bowl XXVIII: 54 yards, Steve Christie (Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994).