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Pittsfield Historical Society's
History of Pittsfield

Sebasticook Valley Elks Lodge #2713
Of the Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks


The Maine Elks website has a history of the Elks


2005 photo.

Instituted in 1986, the Sebasticook Valley Elks Lodge #2713 is a non-profit, fraternal and charitable organization consisting of nearly 400 members from the Pittsfield, Newport, and Dexter regional areas. The lodge is dedicated to fostering the virtues of Charity, Justice, Brotherly Love, and Fidelity. Major charities supported by the lodge include the Maine Children's Cancer Program of the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital, the Elks National Foundation, and the Maine Elks Diabetes and Hypertension testing van. Local support is given to the Community Christmas Project, area youth athletics, area scholarships programs, area school programs, the Pittsfield Public Library, the Sebasticook Valley Hospital, area veterans, and many, many more deserving charities. The B.P.O.E. is the second largest scholarship donor in the country.

Lodge facilities include a social lounge restricted to members and their guests, a game room with dart boards, pool tables, video golf, and licensed gaming. The 180 person capacity function room, complete with a bar and kitchen, can be rented by contacting the Club Room Manager at 487-6300.

Various social functions held throughout the year for members and guests of the lodge include dances, card tournaments, dart tournaments, pool tournaments, chili cook-offs, sporting event parties, family picnics, and formal dinners. The lodge meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 7:30 pm and are restricted to members in good standing.

To become a member, men or women must be at least 21 years of age, American citizens of quality moral character and integrity, and be proposed by a current member in good standing.

To learn more about the B.P.O.E. visit www.elks.org or www.maineelks.org on the web. The lodge can be contacted at sve2713@dialmaine.com or by calling 207-487-6300.

2005-2006 Lodge Officers:
Exalted Ruler Don Dow
Esteemed Leading Knight Kenneth Hennessy
Secretary Arey Bryant


Original Version: 16-Feb-2006.


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