From an Alameda Elks Lodge press release
What’s big, red and black and stands 14 feet tall? The windmill sitting atop the Alameda Elks Lodge!
This display is to promote our annual Charity Night celebration being held on Saturday, June 16. This event, which is open to the public, will be raising funds for local children’s charities like Boys & Girls Club of Alameda, Girls, Inc. of the Island City, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts and the Encinal High School Band as well as helping to fund college scholarship programs and veterans' programs.
Moulin Rouge on the Island is this year’s theme. Included in the $45 ticket price are casino-style gaming, cigar bar, can can and burlesque dancers, an absinthe bar, raffle and live auction, all in the name of charity. Doors open at 6 p.m.
For more information please call the Lodge Office at 510-522-1015. To purchase tickets, go to
The Alameda Elks Lodge supports many youth programs throughout the community and is proud to have raised more than $1 million dollars in support of these and other endeavors. The readers of Alameda Magazine voted the Alameda Elks Lodge as the #1 Civic Organization for 2011-12.
Want to find out more? Stop by for a visit. We are located at 2255 Santa Clara Ave.; City Hall is next to us! Or go to www.elkscharitynight.eventbright.com.