David MurphyExalted Ruler
Welcomes you to
11/3 - NFL in the Grill Room
11/7 - Bingo
11/10 - NFL in the Grill Room
11/12 - Flower Arrangement Demo in the Ballroom
11/15 - Open Mic Night hosted by Dan (See Events Page)
11/17 - NFL in the Grill Room
11/24 - Sunday Breakfast w/ Santa (See Events Page)
11/24 - NFL in the Grill Room
12/1 - Elks Memorial Day (Mandatory)
12/1 - NFL in the Grill Room
12/3 - Sandwich and a Side Night hosted by Rich
12/4 - PER Meeting
12/5 - Bingo
12/8 - NFL in the Grill Room
12/10 - Auxiliary Meeting
12/11 - Lodge Meeting
12/29 - Sunday Breakfast
12/29 - NFL in the Grill Room
12/31 - Casual NYE Celebration in the Grill Room hosted by Rich & Eileen
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Friday Night Dinners
Offering delicious dinner selections the third Friday night of every month from 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM.
Committee Chair Linda Murphy will be trying to schedule dinner dates for upcoming months.
If you have any questions, would like to volunteer to help, or you have an idea for a Friday Night Dinner, please contact Linda at: 609.605.6694
All you can eat breakfasts are held the last Sunday of every month from 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM.(except July, August, and December)
The cost is $8.00 per adult, $4.00 for children ages 5-12, and children under 5 are free.
All proceeds benefit Special Needs Childrens Committees.
The next Breakfast will be Sunday, September 29th, 2019
November, time for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is often one of the few times in a year that families have the chance to come together and engage with each other. Whether its children coming home for the week from school or family arriving from out of town, we get the opportunity to see each other face to face, and this is important. I’m sure we have all sent each other a text or note ending with “I love you” or “I miss you”, but how much more do you get to express by adding a hug?
We learn so much more when we have the chance to see the expressions our loved ones have while talking about their lives. We can tell if they are truly happy when they say “everything is fine” or not. It also gives us the opportunity to learn more if they say they don’t want to talk about something. A simple touch at this point may show that you truly care and allow them to open up to you.
So, take this time of year to think back on what is truly important in our lives. Should we remain bitter over something of little consequence and continue to expend countless amounts of energy on it? Or should we let it go and move on? As we have heard before: “The faults of our Members we write upon the sands, their virtues upon the tablets of love and memory”.
Enjoy this holiday season, be safe and remember what is important.
David Murphy, Exalted Ruler