Who Can Catch the Biggest Fish?

Come join us as we help Special Kids of all ages compete for the "Biggest Fish" at Echo Lake Park this Saturday, June 24th.  This is a fun event for all.  Come early...we need expert "Fishing Pole Liners" and Servers.  This year Summit Lodge will be stocking the Lake with over 200 fish! We guarantee a smile on these kids' faces when they catch their award winning fish and that's what its all about!  For more information on this event contact Rick Wolffe:  RWolffe@tspcapitalmgt.com

 

 

 

Elks Take Veterans to Yankee Stadium

Seven Veterans accompanied by 18 helpers (including six kids) from the Summit, Springfield and Mountainside Lodges attended the May 27th, 2017 Yankee game against the Oakland Athletics.

There were some clouds that threatened the start of the 1 pm game, but the rain held off and the group had the pleasure of watching the Yankees win, 3 -2. The game included two homers, a two run homer in the 6th inning by Yankee Matt Holliday and a solo shot by Athletics catcher Josh Phegley in the 7th inning, which fell into the Elks section!

Summit Lodge Temporarily Closed for Construction

Starting today, Sunday, May 21st, our Lodge's ballroom and bar will be completely closed to allow for construction on our rooftop project to begin.  Please note, this closure is only temporary and circumstances permitting we anticipate reopening our Lodge to our our Members at 3pm, Friday, May 26th.
 
We will be posting updates on this website.

During this period we ask for your cooperation and patience.

ECD Talk on Drugs Sunday, May 7, 2017

I want to thank all that attended our Talk on Drugs on Sunday, May 7, 2017, 12:00 Noon, at the Gazebo in Echo Lake Park.  Even though it was a little chilly and overcast that didn't stop those that attended and those that spoke warning us about the perils of use of illegal drugs and illegal use of prescription drugs.  I especially need to thank those that spoke at this event.  I know some broke other commitments to be a speaker at this event.  We, each of us, in our own way, have to educate our youth of the dangers of drug use.