On Friday, Linda Wallace of the Emblem Club and Gary Wallace, center, and Lee Rust, both of the Elks Club, worked on the combined club float for the Boatnik Parade. The Elks sold their downtown building but continue to meet and work for the community.
By Edith Decker of the Daily Courier
The Grants Pass Elks Lodge No. 1584 and its associated Emblem Club, No. 4444, may not own a building anymore, but they're still alive and kicking.
"We have a committee actively looking for a new property," says Lee Rust, a lodge officer, as he and fellow Elk Gary Wallace and his wife Linda Wallace, an Emblem Club member, worked on the clubs' float for the Boatnik Parade.
Rust says the committee is looking for a property to buy or take a long-term lease on. Read More »
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