Elks Lodge makes donations


Photo submitted Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks recently donated $250 to the Friends of the Bell County Animal Shelter, a non-profit animal welfare organization whose primary focus is the reduction of unwanted animals by promoting the use of spay and neuter for household pets. Their members also do great work in helping find forever homes for the many abandoned and homeless animals in Bell County. Pictured is Elks Past President Mark Whited with Friend of the Shelter President Dinah Presnell.


Photo submitted Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 has helped the Boy Scouts of America financially for many years and was able to so again this year due in part to a grant from the Elks Grand Lodge National Foundation. Pictured is Kirby Smith III, Executive Board Member of the Boy Scouts Blue Grass Council, right, accepting a $250 donation from Elks President Randy Earle.


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Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks recently donated $250 to the Friends of the Bell County Animal Shelter, a non-profit animal welfare organization whose primary focus is the reduction of unwanted animals by promoting the use of spay and neuter for household pets. Their members also do great work in helping find forever homes for the many abandoned and homeless animals in Bell County. Pictured is Elks Past President Mark Whited with Friend of the Shelter President Dinah Presnell.

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Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 has helped the Boy Scouts of America financially for many years and was able to so again this year due in part to a grant from the Elks Grand Lodge National Foundation. Pictured is Kirby Smith III, Executive Board Member of the Boy Scouts Blue Grass Council, right, accepting a $250 donation from Elks President Randy Earle.

Photo submitted Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks recently donated $250 to the Friends of the Bell County Animal Shelter, a non-profit animal welfare organization whose primary focus is the reduction of unwanted animals by promoting the use of spay and neuter for household pets. Their members also do great work in helping find forever homes for the many abandoned and homeless animals in Bell County. Pictured is Elks Past President Mark Whited with Friend of the Shelter President Dinah Presnell.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_Elks-2.jpgPhoto submitted Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks recently donated $250 to the Friends of the Bell County Animal Shelter, a non-profit animal welfare organization whose primary focus is the reduction of unwanted animals by promoting the use of spay and neuter for household pets. Their members also do great work in helping find forever homes for the many abandoned and homeless animals in Bell County. Pictured is Elks Past President Mark Whited with Friend of the Shelter President Dinah Presnell.

Photo submitted Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 has helped the Boy Scouts of America financially for many years and was able to so again this year due in part to a grant from the Elks Grand Lodge National Foundation. Pictured is Kirby Smith III, Executive Board Member of the Boy Scouts Blue Grass Council, right, accepting a $250 donation from Elks President Randy Earle.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_Elks-1.jpgPhoto submitted Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 has helped the Boy Scouts of America financially for many years and was able to so again this year due in part to a grant from the Elks Grand Lodge National Foundation. Pictured is Kirby Smith III, Executive Board Member of the Boy Scouts Blue Grass Council, right, accepting a $250 donation from Elks President Randy Earle.
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