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Claremore Elks Give Back to Local Organizations

Claremore Elks Lodge strikes again! They have graciously donated money to four area non-profits, using funds from the Elks National Foundation. Recipients included First United Methodist Church Ministries, St. Cecelia Food Bank, Light of Hope, and Rogers County Sheriff’s Office food bank. Each organization received $2,000.

The mission of the Elks National Foundation “ENF” is to help Elks build stronger communities. The Elks fulfill this pledge by investing in communities where Elks live and work. They help youth develop lifelong skills, send students to college, meet the needs of today’s veterans, support the charitable work of the state Elks associations, and fund projects.

FUMC: Christy Wylie (incoming Elks Exalted Ruler), Ellie Newby (FUMC), Laurie Ault (FUMC), and Brittany East (Elks Exalted Ruler).

St. Cecilia: Christy Wylie (incoming Elks Exalted Ruler), Matti Palluconi (St. Cecilia), Carol Isaacs (St. Cecilia), and Brittany East (Elks Exalted Ruler). Light of Hope: Christy Wylie (incoming Elks Exalted Ruler), Layla Freeman (Light of Hope), and Brittany East (Elks Exalted Ruler).RCSO: Christy Wylie (incoming Elks Exalted Ruler), Marti Jenkins (RCSO), and Brittany East (Elks Exalted Ruler).

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