Who We Are

The Longmont Elks was instituted on December 27, 1906. The long history in our community includes services to Youth, Veterans and our Needy Citizens. Our programs include: Support 2 military units currently deployed overseas, Veterans with a yearly banquet, Food Baskets for the needy, Toys for the kids of those needy family’s, Visits to the elderly during Christmas, Sponsor Little League Baseball, Sponsor Boy Scouts, Sponsor Girl Scouts, Host a Little Britches Rodeo that gives out scholarships and provides activities for the kids, We will give out at least $4000 in traditional scholarships this year, we will give away additional Non-traditional scholarships again this year, We host Hoop Shoot, We host a Soccer Shoot, We support developmentally disadvantaged infants teenagers and elderly at Laradon Hall, We provide support for youth via the Clem & Evelyn Audin Fund, Our members assist with the disabled Veteran’s by transferring them from plane to plane for the Winter Sport Clinic in Aspen, We provide support for the Drug Awareness Program, We support special needs children bowling funds, We collect Elk & Antelope hides so they can be turned into gloves for wheelchair Veteran’s, support Mtn. States Children’s Home and Our Center, After-proms for the area High Schools, Genesis Program…