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Welcome to Carlsbad Elks Lodge #1558

We are located in Southeastern New Mexico, 

near the famous Carlsbad Caverns.

Our members welcome you to visit our Web Site, and our Lodge.

After you have browsed through our Web Page, please browse through
these local Web Pages.
We feel that you will be pleased with what Carlsbad has to offer.

Carlsbad Schools
Carlsbad Golf Course
New Mexico State University-Carlsbad
Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce
Carlsbad Department of Development
Current Weather Conditions
Things to do in Carlsbad


Also feel free to visit our Grand Lodge page. 
or the New Mexico Elks Association


  Highlights for the Month  

Card Locks Change................ April 2nd
NCAA Men’s Basketball (Lounge)...................................April 3rd
Karaoke (Chunky)...................April 6th
Cibola Springs (Lounge)......... April 7th
Cibola Springs (Lounge)......... April 8th
EASTER EGG HUNT............ April 15th
Karaoke (Chunky).............. ....April 20th
Jim Corrons (Lounge)............. April 28th
Jim Corrons (Lounge)............. April 29th

Card Locks To Be Changed
Sunday, April 2nd

LODGE CHARITY TOTAL 2016-17
$122,413.03 (In cash, goods and services as of March 15th)

          Other Elks Links   

Student of the Month
History
ELKS Veterans
 
Annual Easter Hunt
Saturday, April 15th at the Pool
11:00 a.m. Sharp
Don’t Be late. It will be over by 11:01
Prizes to be awarded via age grouping.


End of Year Awards
Outgoing Exalted Ruler, PER Jeff Gordon presented awards at the March 25th Inaugural Ball to the following members for their service to the Lodged as well as the community. 
Elk of the Year: Shari Frintz
Officer of the Year: Riely Dean 
Citizen of the Year: Richard Pagano.
Employee of the Year: Jeanette Nelson.
Special Commendation: Club Manager Theresa Walker.
The Past Exalted Ruler’s Association of the Lodge presented Bro. Gordon with his outgoing Exalted Ruler’s gift: a Garmin Drive Assist with built in dash camera for all his travels so he can escape from this place for a while after completing a 2nd term as ER. Safe travels, Jeff.

 

Spouse ID Card A “Must”

When you enter a “bar” you must have an ID.

Same thing here, though we don’t refer to this as a “bar”. But when a spouse is in the building, what makes him/her “legal” is that ID Card issued by the Lodge Secretary.

The State Police, the Alcohol Beverage Control Enforcement Agents enter the premises (and we can’t keep them out), you must have the ID card with you, just like a member must have his/her membership card.

If a spouse does not have that ID, you better be signed in.

No, we cannot knowingly issue ID cards to anyone except a spouse. Not our rules…Grand Lodge Rules!

So make sure that all spouses have those ID cards whenever in the building. We currently have about 1,200 spouses in our data base so even if you think your spouse will never be here without you, get him/her a card. It makes it legal and saves you having to sign the book.

All guests will continue to be signed in.

   

  

Dont forget to tip your waitresses and bartenders!

Elks lodge would like to continue to honor our Veterans throughout the year.  If you are a Veteran and would like to be added to this list, please contact the lodge secretary.  


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