Click on each link for more information.
Elk's National Foundation
The mission of the ENF is to help Elks build stronger communities. We fulfill this pledge by investing in communities where Elks live and work. We provide tomorrow's leaders, our youth, with lifelong skills; honor the Elks' pledge to never forget our veterans; help the state Elks associations accomplish their charitable objectives; and fund projects that improve the quality of life in local Elks communities.
PA Elk's Home Service
Since 1963, the PA Elks Home Service Program has been helping to improve the quality of life for thousands of children and adults throughout Pennsylvania. We provide support and advocacy services to individuals of any age who have a developmental disability.
Last year, your nurses drove 332,117 miles and made 14,513 home service visits, helping families in every county in Pennsylvania.
Veteran's Services
In each of the 172 VA Medical Centers nationwide there is an Elk committee at work. Since 1917, hundreds of thousands of Elks and their families have given generously of their time, energy and resources so that the lives of our ill and aging veterans will be enhanced.
Hoop Shoot
Hoop Shoot contests begin with local Elks Lodges. Eligible youth may compete in one Lodge contest per season. Local contests are typically held between the months of September and December each year. Get in it to win it and contact us for more information or click on the link above.
Elk's ENF Scholarship
The Elks National Foundation provides more than $4 million in college scholarships each year through its three scholarship programs. The application process and deadlines vary for each program. All applications must go through a local Elks Lodge before reaching the Elks National Foundation office. Contact your high school counselor for more information or contact us.
This contest is geared towards students in 5th through 8th grades to promote patriotism among young people.

May 2015
Monday, May 25 Memorial Day Parade
Join us at the Coraoplis Memorial Day Parade (See info below)
Saturday, May 30 Pigless Pig Roast
Starts at 4PM.  More details to come.
June 2015
Tuesday, June 2 AYCE
$6  Chicken Tender Hoagies
Saturday, June 6  Triple Crown Party
Doors Open at 4PM.  Belmont Stakes Post Time is 6:40 PM
Friday, June 12 Flag Day Ceremony
7PM Everyone is welcome.  Light fare will follow.

Participation Needed!

Please join in a long standing tradition for your community, and the Coraopolis Elks.
This year we are carrying on that tradition by participating in the Memorial Day parade. Last year was our first after several years and we have made that commitment again this year to participate in our community’s celebration on Memorial Day. This is a great way for The Coraopolis Elks to show its connection and dedication to the community and its commitment to honor our veterans.

The plan for the day is evolving as more members are getting involved, but we would like to get a nice showing of our membership. This is a great way for our teenage children to get their community service time requirement. We need 7 walkers minimum, possibly Classic vehicles, Convertibles, and motorcycles are always a great addition to take part in this parade. This is a tremendous opportunity to make that showing of the Elks Spirit to our community (and show off your special vehicle). Please consider joining in.

To get more information watch for email updates or just reply to or call 412-264-0846

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