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John Beach, Exalted Ruler, Denver Elks Lodge No. 17
John Beach
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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From the Webmaster

Winner:  Colorado State Subordinate Lodge Website Contest for the third consecutive year (2011, 2010, 2009) Denver Elks Lodge No. 17 is deeply grateful and excited to have been chosen a Grand Lodge 5-Star Site in 2015, 2014, 2013 and 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
Webmaster
Past Exalted Ruler
(1999-2000; 2012-2013)
 

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:  Colorado Elks
Lakewood Elks Lodge No. 1777
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Amazing Elks Fact of the Day

Fact No. 9:   Colorado has hosted the National Elks Conventions in 1906, 1914, 1937 and 1986.

 

Almost Amazing Fact of the Day

Fact No. 20:   In 1822, Mary Ann Mantell of Sussex, England became the first person in history to discover a dinosaur fossil while correctly identifying it as something that was a part of a large reptile; earlier discoveries were identified as giant men, dragons, and other such large, dead things.  However, her husband, Dr. Gideon Mantell, took credit for the discovery and identified the teeth that she found as part of an Iguanodon.  Later, he wrongfully identified a body part as a horn, which turned out to be part of the creature's thumb.