Welcome to the Mount Airy Elk's Lodge! We are located at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Surry County, NC on Elks Drive just off Andy Griffith Parkway (US 52) in Mount Airy, NC. Stop by and join us for some fun and fellowship!
Elks Care. Elks Share!
Although its a small town lodge, Elkdom is very much alive and well in Mount Airy. Between activities in the Ballroom, catered events in the Dining Room, billiards and ping pong in the Rec Room, fun at the pool, and live entertainment in our spacious lounge, there's always something going on at the Mount Airy Lodge.
Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Thursdays except July and August when we meet on the 2nd Thursday only. Meetings are held in the ballroom at 7:00 PM.
Elks CreedBelieve in the goodness in thy self, as well as in others.
Protect childhood with tenderness, old age with respect, cherish with reverence the memory of those who have passed.
Observe faithfully the golden rule.
Enjoy the good things of earth, keep within thee the glorious sunshine of youth and remain always of good cheer.
- Be Benevolent and pay your dues, Mount Airy Lodge 2061 and Elkdom needs you. Remember The Elks and all our Charitable work!!!! !!!! Propose a new member or sponsor a reinstatement.
- We NEED the help of our members to make events happen. If you are interested in helping on a committee, please talk to Jacob Cooke or any of the officers!
- Upcoming event emails are sent as needed. Please submit your email address to receive updates. Send an email to email@example.com
An Elk is never forgotten, never forsaken!
28th Annual Poker Run
- Music, Food, Auction, Gun Raffle
- Registration begins 11am, Kickstands up 1PM
- Donations 15 First Hand, 5 Second Hand
- Proceeds to benefit Camp Care Free, Elks Veterans Home, and other local charities
Summer Kick-Off Party
Celebrate the beginning of a fun summer by the pool!
Live Music featuring Christopher Woods
Cash Bar 50 / 50 Raffle
Elks Members and Their signed in Guests
Music Starts Around 8pm
Flag Day 2018
Patriotism has characterized the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States of America since the early days of the organization. Allegiance to the flag of our country is a requirement of every member. In 1907, the Grand Lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks designated, by resolution, June 14 as Flag Day. The Elks prompted President Woodrow Wilson to recognize the Order's observance of Flag Day for its patriotic expression. But it was not until 1949 when President Harry Truman, himself a member of the Elks, made the proclamation that thereafter June 14 would be a day of national observance for the symbol of our country. It was through his Elks Lodge in Independence, Missouri, that President Truman got the idea for a national observance of Flag Day.
Please join us at Mt. Airy Elks Lodge for our Flag Day celebration on June 10 at 2PM. With the assistance of Boy Scout Troop #538 we will retire our old flag and replace it with a new one. Refreshments will be provided.
Donation of Picnic Shelter to Camp Raven Knob Boy Scout Reservation
The Mt. Airy Elks Past Exalted Ruler Association used the proceeds from a fundraiser earlier this year to fund a new picnic shelter at Camp Raven Knob Boy Scout Reservation. Construction was completed on December 30, 2017 in time for the scouts to use it during their Klondike Jamboree in January.
PER association will be making their way back to Raven Knob for a group photograph at the site of the new picnic shelter they constructed for the local boy scouts. Photos from the dedication ceremony are can be found here
The dedication of the Raven Knob picnic shelter plaque will take place on Wednesday, June 20. All Elks are invited! Meet at the lodge at 5:30PM or be at the site at Raven Knob at 6PM.
With volunteer labor (and expertise!) from our members and generous materials donations from area businesses, Mt. Airy Elks Lodge is proud to invest in the future of our community by helping to support the Boy Scouts of America.
Here's a photo album of the work as it progressed.
North Carolina State Elks Association
The 2018 Spring Newsletter is Online (Click here) featuring our own Jacob Cooke