A Fraternal Organization
B.P.O.E LODGE 94
TIFFIN, OHIO (419) 447-2818Established September 12, 1888
Dear Fellow Elks,
Congratulations to the Regatta committee for another successful year of music, food, and barely floating boats! I am looking forward to next year already.
The next big event is the Tiffin Heritage Festival, September 20-22. The Lodge will be hosting Kid’s Korner from 12-4pm Saturday after the parade with these events:
Furry Friends, build your own bear for $20
International Day of Peace project, sponsored by the International Cultural Center with TU and Heidelberg international students volunteering.
We need volunteers to help man the tables during the afternoon. Any time you can give to our community would be very much appreciated. Thank you!
I would like to bring to the member’s attention an exciting opportunity to restore the balcony railing and two of the doors on the second floor. We are approved for up $10,000 in grant money from the City of Tiffin to repair the balcony railing and refurbish two of the four doors on the front of the building. In order for the project to get started, we need the full amount up front. At completion, we will be reimbursed half of the out of pocket cost up to $10,000. We expect the project to be between $16,000-$20,000. This means we will be reimbursed between $8,000-$10,000. If the project isn’t completed by December 2020, we lose the grant funds. Our lodge is one of the first ten built specifically for the purpose of holding a BPOE. We are significant to both the history of the Elks and to our own city. We are positioned along the entryway to downtown Tiffin and contribute to our city’s historical and elegant architecture and rich history. I am delighted that we can take this opportunity to restore her to her former glory so that she will continue to be a blessing to Tiffin.
If you need more information or are interested in helping make this project successful, please contact me at 479-883-0768 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We still need many additional officers to meet Elk standards. This includes the successor to the Exalted Ruller and yours truly the Secretary, who will be retiring in April. It is very rewarding to be an officer at the Elks and I, for one, have enjoyed my time serving you. If you ever wanted to make a difference in the community or have a vacancy in your life that you want to fill, reply to this email and let me know you are thinking about joining the team at the Tiffin Elks!
Cub Scout Pack 471 has 45 active scouts, and we have recently become part of the Tiffin Elks 94 who is our new charter organization. We strive to train the youth in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance through a wide range of outdoor activities, education programs, and helping with local community organizations.
The Scouting experience from elementary to college and everything in between, the Cub Scouts build knowledge that instills confidence in those who may find themselves without the necessary tools to make successful strides towards a promising future. As we look for vitality in our communities, we must be willing to put forth the commitment to ensure that we do not lose our most precious resource, our children.
|01 LaVerne Keefe||01 Anthony Reser||02 Bryan Bryant||02 Bruce Powers|
|04 Patricia Adams||04 Charles Christensen||04 Drew Hanley||05 Raymond J Krupp|
|07 Kenneth E Canode Jr||08 William Eberly||12 James H Getz||12 Robert Shreiner|
|13 Thomas H Eastlick||13 Dale W Griffis||16 Meagan McBride Klein||18 Deborah S Weilnau|
|19 Chad Fitzgerald||20 David J Claus||24 James Deats||24 Tony Paulus|
|24 Ralph C Smothers II||26 Dana L Eblin||30 Jason E McClaflin|