Congrats Arizona on our 5 star rating from the Grand Lodge for a second year in a row.

Welcome to the great state of Arizona, the home of one of the many wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon. AEA President Dan Snyder thanks all visitors for stopping by to see what our Association is doing.

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Our State Major Projects are the Steele Children’s Research Center at the University of Arizona and the Youth Camp in Globe, AZ.

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The State President’s Motto:

The State President’s Monthly Message: 

January 2020

My Fellow Arizona Elks,

Welcome to January and the start of a new calendar year. It is my fondest hope that the holidays brought you a Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year. It was indeed inspiring to witness all of our lodges participating in the charitable and community endeavors that so define us as Elks. The smiling faces on the children during the shopping sprees, the joy on the faces of the families receiving Christmas baskets, the expression of delight in the faces of our many veterans who had no other family members with whom to share the season, the community celebrations in the hometowns of many of our lodges and the many other activities of which you all engaged make us all feel proud as Elks.

As we move forward into a new calendar year, there are a couple of areas we want to keep in focus. First, is the prominent display of our individual Lodge charity banners. By now most, if not all, of you should have your individual charity banners delivered. If you have not yet seen the same, please contact your district membership vice chair to ascertain the status of delivery. As I have stressed previously our goal is to have each Lodge prominently display this banner on its building or exterior of its premises. The message these banners carry is both a strong public relations statement and should also be a positive memorandum to inspire interest in membership.

Secondly, as proud Arizona Elks we need to do a much better job in assisting PGER Mike Luhr and Grand Lodge in fundraising for the restoration of our Pearl Harbor Memorial. If you attended last year’s Grand Lodge Convention, you will recall Brother Mike Luhr’s description of the state of disrepair of this memorial and the need for its restoration. Toward that end, Grand Lodge has established a goal of $1 per member in an attempt to raise $783,000 for this effort. To date, Arizona Elks have raised $175 for this cause. Not only is this far short of the $1 per member goal, but also, I’m sure you’ll agree, is paltry in comparison to the generosity of Arizona Elks. I urge you all to consider a private donation to the fund and encourage all lodges to consider fundraising endeavors to further the amounts that Arizona Elks can donate to the cause. Further information concerning the details of this program can be obtained at and donations can be made through the Elks National Foundation at the following link

In closing this month, let’s all of us take a moment now and forward our donation to the fund. Further, let us focus on creative fundraisers within the Lodge and yet again show the generosity for which Arizona Elks are so well known.

Until our visit in February, keep in mind that Elks are Patriotic Americans and many thanks to all for all that you do.



Dan Snyder, President
Arizona Elks Association

Online Forms

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Elks Training

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Arizona Elks Red Vest Order Form

If you’re planning on heading to Baltimore for the 2020 Grand Lodge Convention order your RED VEST TODAY and show your Arizona Spirit and comradery.

Red Vest Order Form

We offer the Arizona Elks Red Vests in sizes S, M, L, XL, and XXL. You can have your vest with or without a front pocket.

You have the option of Jerry Grimes from Kingman, picking up your vest for you, or you may have the vest delivered to your home.

Click on the Red Vest Order Form link above and email it. Contact information is on the form

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