Get Involved with Kelso – Longview Elks Lodge #1482

Voted All American Lodge in 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2018-2019

On July 10th, 1924, Kelso Elks #1482 was founded. On July 15th, 1926 the Longview Elks Lodge #1514 was founded. In December of 1998 The two lodges merged and became the Kelso-Longview Elks Lodge #1482. Also known as "The Friendly Lodge"! Our members, volunteers and employees have worked very hard to earn and maintain that title. Stop by and see us. We’ll do everything we can, to make you feel at home.

Kelso – Longview Elks Lodge #1482


Elks Care! Elks Share!

Kelso – Longview Elks Lodge events and charitable efforts are made possible by the many members who generously give their time. There are many opportunities to help, from setting up tables and chairs, serving food at memorial dinners to marching in local parades. There are many co - chairing and chairing opportunities on various committees. Get involved! Contact a chairperson today.

Volunteer Contacts

Elks Care Elks Share

(360) 425-1482

  • Accident Prevention - Howard Gordon
  • Americanism - Dave Southwick
  • Auditing - Jim Wills
  • Bucks - Hal Bornstedt
  • Car Show - Bill Spencer
  • Community Relations - Rhonda Larson
  • Drug Awareness - Mark Massey
  • ENF - Hal Bornstedt
  • Fish Frolic - Gary Henthorn
  • Food Baskets - Sue Bell
  • Hoop Shoot - Len Hiatt
  • Kopa Kabana - Kathy Laird
  • Lodge Activities - Amber Beaton
  • Membership - Bill Spencer
  • Memorials - Mike Dahl
  • Public Relations - Rob Dahl
  • Ritual Coach - Dave Southwick
  • Scholarships - Mike Dahl
  • Children’s Therapy - John Fowler
  • Veterans - Elizabeth Johnston
  • Volunteer Coordinator - Rhonda Larson
  • Youth Activities - Rob Dahl
  • Youth and Government - Steve Dahl
Get involved! Contact a chairperson today.
Kelso – Longview Elks Lodge #1482


The ladies of the Elks

The ladies of the elks meet once a month. Join a meeting and see what all the fuss is about. The L.O.E. quite a bit for our lodge. They do several different fundraising events throughout the year with the favorite one being the L.O.E. Tea that his held every March. This is an event that many look forward to year after year. The lodge officers serve tea and snacks to attendees. The funds raised through the year go to various projects like purchasing new patio furniture for the lodge or supporting a needy family at Christmas. L.O.E. helps with Elk Races, Paddle wheel, snacks, serving, dinners, raffle baskets and much more. The ladies do enjoy donating their time, but they also enjoy their social outings to the Casino, wine tasting, shopping, and a nice afternoon at the Saturday Market. Stop in and say high. Meeting are held the 4th Tuesday of every month except for June through August.


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