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Elks Care— Elks Share


Bullhead City, AZ, Lodge members honored Mohave/Mesa Fire Department Firefighter Thomas Achor, Bullhead City Fire Department Firefighter Nathan Bare, Bullhead City Police Department Officer Brad Holdway, and Mohave County Juvenile Court Judge Rick Williams. Lodge members treated the honorees to dinner and gave them plaques to honor their outstanding service to the community. Pictured are (back, from left) Firefighter Bare, Judge Williams, and Firefighter Achor with (front, from left) Americanism Committee Chairmen Margaret Lopez and Andrew Lopez.


Bristol Bay, AK, Lodge members sent 100 stockings and 50 fanny packs to each of two US service members, one serving in Iraq and one serving in Afghanistan, to distribute to their comrades-in-arms. Each stocking and fanny pack was filled with toiletries, snacks, games, reading material, and Christmas cards from local students.


Bessemer, AL, Lodge held its annual Christmas Toys for Kids party, treated more than 100 needy children and their parents to lunch, and treated


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each child to a visit with Santa Claus, who gave each child a toy.


Calera, AL, Lodge held a Christmas Party for 20 needy children, gave each child a stocking full of treats, gave five of the children presents, and gave food boxes to those five children’s parents. The lodge also provided food assis- tance to 12 individuals and financial assistance to one person in need.


Buckeye, AZ, Lodge held its annual Children’s Shopping Spree, during


which lodge members accompanied 30 children as they each purchased $100 worth of clothing. Lodge members also treated the children and their families to breakfast at the lodge followed by a visit with Santa, who gave each child a gift bag containing a small stuffed toy animal and some candy.


Kingman, AZ, Lodge members gave Christmas baskets, each of which contained a ham or turkey, about 20 cans of nonperishable food, and toys for each family’s children, to 120


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