Elks Auxiliary supports charities, Elks

Courtesy photo Shown above are, from left, Elks Auxiliary members Fran Dion and Sally Schultz, Kim Rudden from the Delta County Regional Child Advocacy Center Representative, and Elks Auxiliary Member Sally Bruce.
Courtesy photo Shown above are, from left, Elks Auxiliary members Caren Crawford and Jen McCarthy, Scott Knauf of the UP Honor Flight, Elks Auxiliary members Laura Dahn and Marie Peterson, and Elks Auxiliary President Peggy Belanger.
Courtesy photo Shown above are, from left, Elks Auxiliary members Katie Krahling and Laurie Johnson, Cheri Severinsen of the Delta County Cancer Alliance, and Elks Auxiliary members Mandy Vardigan and Jen McCarthy.
Courtesy photo Shown above are, from left, Elks Auxiliary members Lynn Liebel and Sue Beckon; Lisa Meyer of Hope at the Inn; and Elks Auxiliary members Margie Gregoire, Jean Berres and Barb Bartley.
Courtesy photo Shown above are, from left, Elks Auxiliary member Jo Pardee; Joyce Destrampe of Area 1 Special Olympics; and Elks Auxiliary members Fran Dion, Anne Schaaf, and Veronica Stade.
Courtesy photo Shown above are, from left, Elks Auxiliary Vice Priesident Shiley Gollach, Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler Steve Victorson, and Elks Auxiliary President Peggy Belanger.

ESCANABA — On Thursday, May 2 the Escanaba Elks Auxiliary held their 2018-2019 Annual Meeting where they made donations to five local charities along with a donation to the Elks Lodge.

The Auxiliary had a successful year and was able to donate a total of $10,000 thanks to their Corks and Kegs fundraiser in February, Christmas bake sale in December and the miscellaneous collection/raffles at each monthly meeting. Hope at the Inn, Delta County Cancer Alliance, U.P. Honor Flight, Delta County Regional Child Advocacy Center, and the Area 1 Special Olympics each received a donation of $1,500.

The Elks Lodge received a donation of $2,500.

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