Mount Airy Elks Lodge #2061


We're glad you stopped by!

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.


2nd and 4th Thursdays at 7:00 PM

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 Creed

Believe 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.

ER Says

Brother and Sister Elks:

I would like to recognize Marty Dunbar as our Elk of the Month for January. Marty's contributions to our Lodge and Elkdom in general are too numerous to list but I do want to touch on a few of them. In addition to being a past district deputy, past exalted ruler, and current house committee member, he frequently D.J.s and provides karaoke in the lounge. He let's us use his audio/video equipment when he can't be there and he is instrumental in the operation of the pool each year. He is also President of the Lodge Motorcycle Committee which has been a vital part of the Lodge's success in the last few years. Give Marty a big thanks and buy him a drink the next time you see him in the lounge. Thanks for all you do Marty!

I would like to bring some well deserved attention to the great group of guys that form the Motorcycle Committee. This group is a great example of Elks Care Elks Share. When this committee is not spearheading their own projects like the annual Poker Run and helping with the Children's Home of Surry, they are particpating in community events such as the Veteran's Day and Christmas parades and numerous charity rides. They have also sponsored successful food drives and coat drives to help the less fortunate. Additionally, they frequently team up with other committees like the Veteran's Committee to make the bi-annual trip the the Veteran's Home in Salisbury or the Auxiliary to form a Christmas Committee to help needy children.

I am so proud of all our accomplishements in December. The Angel Tree project helped 20 children (eight families). Sixteen people (17 including Santa) made the trip to the Veteran's Home in Salisbury. The Kid's Christmas Party was a huge success with nearly 25 children present to enjoy food, activities and crafts, and of course they got to tell Santa what they wanted for Christmas. Nearly 400 pounds of food was collected at our Food Drive. The list of our accomplishments goes on and on and somehow we still found time to fellowship and enjoy one another's company at our annual Christmas Party where we had lots of great food and "dirty Santa" as our entertainment.

Please keep the following people in your thoughts and prayers: Mark O'Neal as he continues to battle illness, Marty Dunbar as he continues to recuperate from surgery, Allen Horton on the loss of a grandchild, Tammy Richards as she recuperates from surgery, Theresia Wilson as she continues to battle complications from surgery, Robert Easter on the illness of his stepson, Jack King as he battles illness, Mark Alderman as he recuperates from surgery, Stan Lowe's brother as he recuperates from injuries from an auto accident, Zach Williams on the illnesses of his grandparents.

I hope each of you a happy and prosperous New Year!

Tommy Marion
Exalted Ruler

An Elk is never forgotten, never forsaken!

Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship

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Judging is complete at the local level. Congratulations to our local winners whose applications will now proceed to the district level. A huge THANK YOU to all of the outstanding students who applied.

  • Robert Z Cochran
  • Amy M Cockerham
  • Larry D Fogleman
  • Katie M Stanley


  • 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 Tommy Marion!
  • Upcoming event emails are sent as needed. Please submit your email address to receive updates. Send an email to

Elks National Hoop Shoot

Sunday, January 10, 2 PM at Reeves Community Center
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The Elks Hoop Shoot Free Throw Contest is the largest most visible of the many youth activities sponsored by Elks lodges. Over 3,000,000 boys and girls ages 8-13 will participate this year. The Elks Hoop Shoot has served to highlight the Elks commitment to America's youth. From the millions of youngsters who participate and advance through the local, district, state and regional competition, six national champions are named – one boy and one girl in each of the three categories: ages 8-9, 10-11 and 12-13. The winners each receive a trophy and their names are inscribed on a plaque at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. Parents accompany contestants throughout the competition. The parents of finalists at the state, regional, and national levels attend the competition as guests of the Elks.

How will the Hoop Shoot benefit the Children Who Participate?

The Elks desire through their Hoop Shoot program, to provide an interesting, character-building, competitive program for all girls and boys in the contest regardless of their previous athletic competition or abilities. This nationwide, sanctioned program gives these youngsters an opportunity for spirited competition, fine relationships with their peers, and travel statewide, regionally and nationally- at a minimal expense to their parents. Not only are the participants involved in this wholesome, individual-effort program, but parents, classmates, teachers and community are included.

The Elks nationwide sanctioned program gives youngsters an opportunity for spirited competition, fine relationships with their peers, and travel statewide, regionally and nationally at minimal expense to their parents or school. The parents of finalists at the state, regional and national levels attend the competition as guests of the Elks.

Mad Dog Karaoke

Saturday, January 23, 8PM
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Karaoke in the Lounge

Cornhole Sunday and Panthers Game!

Sunday, January 24, 2PM
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Drop by the lounge on Sunday afternoon for Cornhole! Bring a dish, watch football, and socialize while showing off your mad cornhole skills.

The Lounge will remain open for the Panthers NFL Playoff game which starts at 6:40 PM

Bluesman Reggie Johnson

Saturday, January 30, 8PM
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An evening of Blues like only Reggie can deliver!

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Mt. Airy Elks Lodge - 2016 Gun Giveaway!

There are a few tickets still available! Contact the lodge to purchase tickets. The 2016 Gun List is here.

  • 01-04-16 #113 Curtis Bruner
  • 01-11-16 #032 Bryan Kidd
  • 01-18-16 #726 Dean Bray III
  • 01-25-16 #094 Tony Bullin
  • 02-01-16 #889 Scottie Wolfe

2015 Gun Winners

  • 1-05-15 #606 Robert Anderson
  • 1-12-15 #804 JB Kerns
  • 1-19-15 #998 Eric Bunker
  • 1-26-15 #045 Steven Whitaker
  • 2-02-15 #925 William Swift
  • 2-09-15 #396 Steven Norman
  • 2-16-15 #753 Marty Dunbar
  • 2-23-15 #198 Peter Craignan
  • 3-02-15 #073 Sharon Hooker
  • 3-09-15 #640 Craig Lawson
  • 3-16-15 #156 Brandy Jones
  • 3-23-15 #051 Terry Cross
  • 3-30-15 #805 Brett Brim
  • 4-06-15 #331 Charlie Pennix
  • 4-13-15 #819 Charlie McKnight
  • 4-20-15 #910 Chad Ward
  • 4-27-15 #054 Joe Shew
  • 5-04-15 #812 Kaylan Taylor
  • 5-11-15 #209 Justin Horne
  • 5-18-15 #478 Robert Williams
  • 5-25-15 #129 Marty Dunbar
  • 6-01-15 #403 Not Sold
  • 6-08-15 #803 Michael Gammons
  • 6-15-15 #982 Keith Collins
  • 6-22-15 #558 Tommy Marion
  • 6-29-15 #596 Anita Nichols
  • 7-06-15 #203 Jody Dillenback
  • 7-13-15 #629 Heather Marshall
  • 7-20-15 #289 Freddy Badgett
  • 7-27-15 #081 Mike Morris
  • 8-03-15 #676 Lindsey Greear
  • 8-10-15 #788 Mark Pack
  • 8-17-15 #692 Billy Savage
  • 8-24-15 #874 Tony Bullin
  • 8-31-15 #150 Leo Jones
  • 9-07-15 #594 Deanie Richardson
  • 9-14-15 #069 Ronnie Wilmoth
  • 9-21-15 #000 Shannon Marion
  • 9-28-15 #765 Wanda Bowman
  • 10-05-15 #936 Raymond Payne
  • 10-12-15 #672 Dennis Dowling
  • 10-19-15 #168 Mike Wrest
  • 10-26-15 #598 Bodey Fields
  • 11-02-15 #728 Ryan Burks
  • 11-09-15 #852 Mike Brim
  • 11-16-15 #950 Jon Harbuck
  • 11-23-15 #384 Wayne Haymore
  • 11-30-15 #050 Terry Cross
  • 12-07-15 #974 Jason Darnell
  • 12-14-15 #243 Hal Kidd
  • 12-21-15 #136 William Swift
  • 12-28-15 #279 Wallace Currin
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Lounge Hours

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
  • 4-8 PM
  • 4-8 PM
  • 4-9 PM
  • 4-9 PM
  • 4-10 PM
  • 1PM - 10 PM
  • 1-6 PM

Upcoming Events

  • Card Night Wednesdays 5pm

December Events

  • 31 New Years Eve Party
    The Fenders 9 PM

January Events

  • 09 Horse Racing 8 PM
  • 10 Hoop Shoot at Reeves 2PM
  • 10 NFL Playoffs
  • 14 Elk Meeting 7PM
  • 16 Karaoke with Rob & Cheryl 8 PM
  • 17 Cornhole & NFL Playoffs 2 PM
  • 23 Mad Dog Karaoke 8 PM
  • 24 Cornhole & NFL Playoffs 2 PM
  • 28 Elk Meeting 7PM
  • 30 Reggie Johnson Blues 8PM

Officers 2015 - 2016

  • Exalted Ruler
  • Leading Knight
  • Loyal Knight
  • Lecturing Knight
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Tiler
  • Inner Guard
  • Esquire
  • Chaplain
  • Tommy Marion
  • Tim Richards
  • Shannon Sutphin
  • Zach Williams
  • Mark Alderman
  • Alton Smith
  • Don Hoover
  • Norman Marion
  • Lauren-Maree McPhail
  • Jacob Cooke

House Committee

  • Shannon Sutphin
  • Allan Horton
  • Randy Chamberlain
  • Lee Inman
  • Lauren-Maree McPhail
  • **Chairman
  • Alton Smith
  • Marty Dunbar
  • Tim Richards
  • Zach Williams


  • One Year
  • Two Year
  • Three Year
  • Four Year
  • Randy Culler
  • Lee Inman
  • Freddy Badgett
  • Gary Campanelli