Little Falls Elks Lodge #42 inducted thirteen new members in a ceremony held on Thursday night.

The Little Falls Elks Lodge welcomes new members who want to join and support our community. One of our community’s oldest fraternal and charitable organizations – perhaps the oldest – the Elks Lodge, was founded in 1886. Aside from the recent $4,000 donations to the Youth and Family Center Food Pantry and the Little Falls Library literacy program, the lodge has a long history of charitable activities.

Proceeds of our activities sponsor Cub Scouts, Little League Baseball, basketball “hoop shoot” tournaments, veterans and Flag Day programs, and college scholarships. Perhaps our most significant fundraising focus is to provide and maintain a venue for all types of community gatherings. To that end, we operate as a non-profit, similar to theater companies.

If interested in joining us in these community support activities, please ask any member for a membership application. Or send us an email at

Photo submitted: Carolyn Alford, Cody Arthur, Tim Arthur, Nickolas Feasel, Brianne Hongo, Carol Mulcrone, Melanie Pagan, James Purcell, Jodi Trumbull, Tracey Reese, John Soule, Carol Wallace-Eaton, Suzannah Wallace-Eaton all joined the lodge.