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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  

Cibola Springs (Lounge)................. February 3rd
Cibola Springs (Lounge)..................February 4th
SUPER BOWL SUNDAY.............February 5th
Karaoke (Chunky)......................... February 9th
UFC Fights (Ballroom)................... February 11th
Valentine’s Day Special.................. February 14th
Karaoke (Chunky)..........................February 23rd


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Student of the Month
ELKS Veterans
 We’ve “Misplaced” some of our Members…
We have a number of our current members who are not receiving their “Hello Bill” because we do not have correct addresses. The following is a list. If no city is indicated, we misplaced them right here in Carlsbad: Daniel Allen, Christopher Barrick (Roswell), Norman Bowering (Livingston, TX) Tisha Bridges, Wayne Brown, Deanna Cavender, Gary Chism, Faith Clark, John Clayton, Michael Cooper (Alaska), Nelson Crawford, Nicole Davis, Debby Dominguez, Jessica Friel, Larry Guite (Prescott, AZ), Royce Hargrove, Terry Harris, Angela Johnson, Anthony Landreth, John Manganero (Corrales, NM), James Mason, John McKellips, Jessica Moore, Jeff Morriss (Lubbock, TX), Carl Neumann, Van Nunley, Genieva Rascon, Ronald Schroll, Nathan Spencer (Lubbock, TX), Daryl Stailey, Butch Stroud (Albuquerque), Roy Thomas, Oba Vincent, Steve Wagner, Cody Walker, Charles Wood (Redmond, WA), Scott Woodward, Fred Ybaben and Don Zollner.

“Legacy Award”
The Elks National Foundation “Legacy Scholarship” application is available on line now at www.elks.org/legacyscholarship. Legacy Awards are $1,000/year (four year) Scholarships. Applications are available and must be completed only “on-line” at www.elks.org/ legacyscholarship.
Any child or grandchild (or step-child, stepgrandchild, or legal ward) of a living Elk paid-up member is eligible.
Deadline is February 3, 2017
Joseph Wertheim Memorial Scholars
Open to eligible Carlsbad High School Graduating Seniors: One 4-Year, $500 per semester to any New Mexico College or University. Application is available through the Carlsbad High School Counselor’s Office. Check with CHS on deadlines.


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.


$105,092.08 (In cash, goods and services)

Carlsbad Lodge dues will remain the same for next year:
$132.50 for regular members; $37.50 for Life Members. Look for the dues notice no later than early February.
The only way still to pay is by returning a check, money order (or cash) in the dues envelope, by bringing same to the office with your dues envelope or by having your bank send us a check.
We thought we’d have it all worked out to use Pay Pal on our web site but we didn’t pull it off. We still do not take credit cards for dues, but we are working on that for the next year.

 T or C Veteran’s Charity Program Wraps Up 28th Year
When the smoke cleared and the dust settled, you came through for the Veterans. Our final total was $5,463.50. We
had some final donations we wanted to acknowledge: Ben Chavez gave us $10, Jeff Graham $30, Elaine Hefner $50,
Sammy Burkham $100 and we collected $209 for the Vets at the December UFC Fight.
After a slow start and what we thought was going to be the worst year in over a decade, many of you found it in your
hearts to remember those Veterans living out their final days in the T or C Veteran’s Center.
If you are ever in the T or C area, stop in and say “Hello” to those Vets. They know the Carlsbad Elks!



Dont forget to tip your waitresses and bartenders!