To Begin With: French Toast Eggs Benedict Corned Beef Hash Fresh Fruit Platter Caesar Salad Warming Up: Tempura – Asparagus, Kabocha, and Shrimp with a classic dashi sauce Pasta Salad – Smoked Salmon, Buffalo Mozzarella, Capers, Red Onions tossed in a Balsamic Mustard Vinaigrette Just A Little On The Side: Squaw Bread Steamed White Rice Creamy Mashed Potatoes Traditional Stuffing Roasted Candied Yams Corn Cobbettes Cranberry Sauce The Main Attraction: Roasted Turkey Oven Roasted Lamb […]
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Elks Lodge 616 brings so much more to the community than just a building, club or pool. We are a place where neighbors come together, families share meals, and children grow up. Elks invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free, by undertaking projects that address unmet need, and by honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans.
Members of Honolulu Lodge #616 attended the re-dedication ceremony of the United States Marine Corp Memorial at the USS Arizona Memorial Center, World War II Valor in the Pacific, National Park Service, located at the US Naval Base Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The memorial honors those 73 US Marines who were killed in action on-board the USS Arizona in defense of Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. Only 15 marines survived that day of battle. They […]
It’s time to add more fantastic young people to the Scouting family at Elks 616. Join us on Thursday, 6 October at 6:30 p.m. as we talk and demonstrate the happenings at a Cub Scout meeting. See the Pinewood Derby track and check out the cars. All made by the Cub Scouts. Learn why Honolulu Elks Lodge 616 has been a long-time sponsor of the Cub Scouts; and sign up your child, grandchild or great-grandchild. […]
Aloha brother and sister, On September 16th the Honolulu Elks Lodge hosted California – Hawaii Elks Association (CHEA) President Lance Erickson and his First Lady Karen at an intimate dinner in Waikiki. The 10 attendees at the diner included the Hawaii State Vice President Keith Williams and his First Lady Janice and other Honolulu Lodge officials. The next evening, the “official” dinner for the President took place at the Honolulu Elks Lodge in the Hui […]