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Happenings at the Lodge.
WED JUNE 8TH 7:30 pm
WED JULY 13TH 7:30 pm
WED AUG 10TH 7:30 pm
Saturday, July 30th, KARAOKE 8 - am - 2pm
Thursday, July 21st Pittsburgh Style Sandwiches.5:00-7:00 PM
Saturday, July 25rd, Adult Bar Bingo 8 pm.
Monday night wings have added steak sandwiches on their menu. Come and try one out
Dues are overdue at this time. We still have 23 people who have not paid, which really isn't fair to the rest of us who have. Lets get 'er done.You will not be admitted to the lodge or have use of any of the facilities including the pool without a paid up dues card.
Spouses of paid up members that have pool passes, should request a key card so they would have access to the pool.
Kitchen reopens Monday, July 18th
* Remember, the kitchen is staffed by volunteers, please be mindful of this.
* Food will not be delivered to the patio.
* We will be trying out a new way to serve the food, so stay tuned for the details.
* Please use the appropriate trash cans when throwing away food/scraps/trash,etc. - If there is
no bag bag in the trash can, DO NOT USE IT!
* Last order is taken at 7:30 pm.
THURSDAY, JULY 21st - Pittsburgh style sandwiches 5-7 pm
* $8.00 each - with Fries and slaw
* Choice of slaw - Vinegar or Mayo
* Hamburger, Hot Sausage, or Capicola
Inner guard, Brian Salak, has submitted his resignation of office to the lodge. Brian has been a dedicated member and bartender since joining our lodge. He has accepted employment out of state and will be departing in a few days. We all wish him well in his new endeavor. GOOD LUCK BRIAN.
Monday Night Wings; Not only do we have the best wings around, now they have added a Steak sandwich and fries for only $10, those who have had it says it tastes like it came from Philly!
We have received a clarification from the LCB in regards to our smoking policy. If it is a membership event, the smoking cessation does not apply, that includes things for the Lodge like the Monday night wings and the sandwich night or any other Lodge function. It is when a public entity rents our hall for a public event, (like a graduation party, wedding reception) that it takes into effect. We will try and keep you abreast of these instances, we are not trying to change the smoking procedure we have here, just trying to stay compliant with the law. We want everyone to come here and have nothing but a good time and to enjoy themselves!
Everyone has them and no one uses them. That will have to change shortly. The officers have decided to change keycards every year. Its been about 5 years since we have and since that time about 125 members are no longer members and have key cards. The buzzer will be removed, this year, as soon as it can be done and a new card reader installed. When that time comes, the only way to gain entrance is with a key card. This is being done for several reasons.
1 security reasons; Like I said before there are a lot of keys out there to non members
2. If you use the card that means you have paid your dues
3 It helps to keep out non members or those who thought they were members
When this goes into effect, and you come and knock on the door for entrance, the bartender will come and open the door, if you do not have a key you will have to have your current membership card in hand to gain entry, if not, it will be assumed you have not paid your dues and you are there to do just that. After you give the bartender the appropriate dues, you will be admitted. Also, from now on the bartenders will keep the guest book at the bar.
YOU WILL NO LONGER BE BUZZED IN, YOU MUST HAVE A KEY CARD TO GAIN ENTRANCE TO THE LODGE!
Still 23members who have not paid their dues.
At the regular meeting on May 25th, the following presentations were made by ER Matt Yartin.
Terree Skomsky and Cindy Salak, Citizens of the Year
Tom Salak, Officer of the year
Bernie Thieser and Brian Salak Elks of the Year
These members went above and beyond what anyone could have asked anyone to do. Next time you see them, give them a big "THANKS".