The Annual Main Street Show and Shine provides a perfect venue to have some fun and raise some money.  This year we were able to raise money for Meals On Wheels (Wallowa County) and the Casey Eye Institute.  As an added bonus we were also able to contribute to the Elks National Foundation (ENF) Most Valuable Student Program.



The Answer:  226

This game raised money for the

Casey Eye Institute



Thanks to the Elks' 64-year commitment, hundreds of thousands of children have been treated at the Elks Children's Eye Clinic at OHSU.  Since 1949, the Elks Children's Eye Clinic at OHSU's Casey Eye Institute has been dedicated to making children's vision their top priority.  The Elks have played a crucial role in advancing all three of OHSU's missions: teaching, research and patient care, for pediatric eye patients. 



50/50 Raffle

(thanks again to Bob)


This raffle raised money for


Meals On Wheels (Wallowa County)



Meals on Wheels operates in virtually every community in America through our network of more than 5,000 independently-run local programs. While the diversity of each program's services and operations may vary based on the needs and resources of their communities, they are all committed to supporting their senior neighbors to live healthier and more nourished lives in their own homes.

The Most Valuable Student scholarship contest is open to any high school senior who is a US Citizen.  Applicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership, and financial need.  This year we were able to put some needed $$$ into our local Elk's Lodge Most Valuable Student Program.


The 2019 MVS application opened on August 15, 2018.

The deadline for applications is November 15, 2018.

For more information:  Elk's Foundation Most Valuable Student Program



Thank you to all that participated in the 50/50 RAFFLE (especially Bob for making it happen).  50% of the raffle went to Divide Camp, P.O. Box 49, Joseph, Oregon.  541-531-9939 - email:

Elks member Vesta is presenting a check to Julie for Divide Camp.  Divide Camp is a place where warriors experience the healing power of nature, in the company of people who have a heart for service.  They are not rushed.  They are not pushed.  They are not proselytized or therapized.  They are simply cared for (and about) in  an evnironment where God alone heals.  The soul may not be really"visible" but the transformation of the soul is recognizable and spending time at Divide Camp is CPR fot the soul.  Our hope is that they find a measure of peace that was missing.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Spark Plug Guess.

There were 1047 spark plugs in the jug!


And to Wildhorse Resort and Casino for donating a fantastic get-a-way for the winner .

Elks member Kent (Esquire, past ER ...) is presenting a check to Ken for Creating Memories for disabled children.  Creating Memories for Disabled Children offers many outdoor activities for people with disabilities, their families and caregivers including camping, fishing and hunting absolutely free of charge. Their camp is a 97 acre lot of land generously donated by the Boy Scouts of America and is located in Joseph, Oregon on Wallowa Lake.  They are able to house people with disabilities, their families and caregivers for a fun relaxing vacation, going fishing on our customized boat and enjoying the outdoors

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