Elks Lodge interior as intriguing, vivid with history as its outside

This is the “Palm Room,” which featured a fish pond with a water sprite that blinked and nodded at Elk members and fish before it was removed when the building was remodeled in the 1950s. This room, as all others, featured rich mahogany woodwork that has been painted white.



031910 history

This is the “Palm Room,” which featured a fish pond with a water sprite that blinked and nodded at Elk members and fish before it was removed when the building was remodeled in the 1950s. This room, as all others, featured rich mahogany woodwork that has been painted white.

If you drive by the Elks Lodge at Fourth Street and Ute Avenue and think you would like to see inside, you will have that chance Saturday, when the Elks host a benefit concert to support the…




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