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President Tom Clark


















Welcome to the Kansas Elks Association Website

Kansas has 20 Lodges. They help in their communities in many ways. Also working along with
the Grand Lodge Programs such as Hoop Shoot, Drug Awareness, Scholarships, Americanism and our Veterans. The individual Lodges across Kansas also have many other programs they each work with. They include special children activities, food pantries, Christmas baskets, essay contests and many others.

The Kansas Elks take pride in being ranked high in our Elks National Foundation with their giving.  As a small populated State, we usually end up in the top 20 of the nation with that giving. As we give we also receive Grants from the Elks National Foundation with funds to help with the Lodges activities.  Our State Lodges generally receive $70,000 to be used throughout
our great State to be used for those communities special programs.

KETCH, (Kansas Elks Training Center for the Handicap) is our state major project.
With the CEO and staff of KETCH, the Elks work at lending a hand with their needs for transportation vehicles, their workshops and their housing for the clients with special needs. If
you ever visit Wichita, Ks stop at 1006 E. Waterman and take a tour of their facility’s. It will make you feel proud that Kansas Elks contributed to helping those people in need.

If you pass through our State, stop at one of the great Lodges, and see for yourself how involved our Elks are. If you decide to stay in one of these areas join with one of those Lodges and become a volunteer, I am sure you will not be disappointed.

Thank you for visiting our website.
Tom Clark, KEA President 2019-2020












































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