Frankfort Elks 530
Bill and Sandy Moore from Frankfort Elks 530 delivered 35 gently used men’s coats and various other clothing items and suit cases to the Veterans Clothing room at the Lexington VA clothing room on Leestown Road. This was a joint effort, 4th year, with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Employees "We Care" Coat Drive that is coordinated by Shannon Martin. Pictured here on left is volunteer Alfredo Miranda, VA clothing room supervisor Ana Miranda and Elk Sandy Moore.
Ashland Elks Lodge 350
Ashland Elks Lodge 350 recently presented a check to Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital Women’s Center. The Lodge had its annual Pretty In Pink Party Friday, Oct. 13, 2017, to benefit Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital's Pretty In Pink Program that helps with free or reduced mammagrams for uninsured or underinsured women. Lodge representative Sherry Suttles, who is also an employee at OLBH, presented a $1,500 check to Luann Serey, director of Foundation and Community Services. Representatives of the Women's Center were also on hand for the presentation.Picture:
From left are Beth Wilson, Margaret Ward, Sherry Suttles, Luann Serey and Christy Coovert.
The Ashland Elks Lodge
The Ashland Elks Lodge B.P.O.E. 350 donated cut and needle resistance gloves to APD, CPD and KSP Post 14. Jim "Magic" Fitzgerald presented the idea to the Lodge's Trustees. Jon Marshall, a Trustee at the Lodge and Ret. KSP, and Ronda Nixon, The Lodges Public Relations Chairman, delivered the gloves to the police departments Friday, Feb. 9, 2018. "We wanted our area law enforcement to know that we see and appreciate everything they do to keep us protected. This is just a small token of that appreciation," said Marshall.
Jon Marshall and Catlettsburg Police Chief Cameron Logan
Ashland Police Department Major Bill Hensley, Major Scott Sexton, Jon Marshall and Officer Rob Brunty
Kentucky State Police Ashland Post 14 Sgt. Ben Cramer, Capt. JW Gibson, Det. Daniel Cook and Jon Marshall
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