• For the Order of Elks, veterans remembrance is a daily proposition. We never have and never will forget the sacrifices these heroes made so that we may be free

  • As a non-profit organization the Order of Elks provides your community with youth activates and educational programs and scholarships - Elks Care and Elks Share

  • The Elks Lodge Honolulu is proud of our members of all ages who are sharing the Aloha and the spirit of giving - and of course relaxing at our famous ocean side terrace.

  • Morning and noon may pass them by, the light of day sink heedlessly in the West, but ere the shadows of midnight shall fall, the chimes of memory will be pealing forth the friendly message -

    “To our absent members.”

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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.
Secretary Report

Aloha! We are moving through the year rapidly!  Current membership applications continue at a pace sometimes requiring a second Investigation session. The Orientation Committee has been providing an excellent overview of history, culture, management organization and purpose.  Members are making good use of facilities and amenities at times taxing capacity of parking and pool facilities. The Board of Directors is working through fair practices in these areas respecting member privileges and rights while accommodating guests […]

A Message from your Exalted Ruler

Our California Hawaii Elks Association (CHEA) Convention in Fresno, California went extremely well. Our Honolulu Lodge received two awards, one being State Volunteer of the Year award. This award was made out to our very own Ronald Lockwood for his service on the National Veterans Service Committee. This award is well deserved. Ron spends many hours helping our Veterans throughout our Lodge and our community. Our second award was a Special Citation President’s Achievement Award. […]

2018 Elks Member Satisfaction Survey Results

Aloha Members,  The results of the 2018 Member Satisfaction Survey that was conducted by Market Trends Pacific has been posted in the attached PDF. In addition to this, we have held three events (in March and early April), presenting the results of the survey for interested members to attend and provide their feedback. The 2018 survey is just the beginning of collecting member suggestions, as we plan on launching a Dining Survey very soon. Members […]

Update on Elks Human Remains

About 18 months ago, we started the Elks first floor renovation project. Several weeks into the project I got a call from the general contractor, “We found a human bone in the old pool snack bar area.” I called HPD and they dispatched a police officer who then called the HPD forensic team. When they arrived, after careful examination of the remains, I asked, “Is it Jimmy Hoffa?” They said no, these bones were at […]

Secretary Report

Aloha. Membership renewals are in full swing. Please return your statements to the Membership Office by March 31, or you can renew online @ www.elkslodge616.org. In addition to dues payment, there are several member service amenities offered, as well as opportunities to donate to our Elks charities. Please take the opportunity to give.   If you have opted for the locker room or fitness center, your existing access cards will be updated. If not, or […]

An Update from your (Recreational Facilities Advisory Group (RFAG)

Happy New Year! As we start this New Year, we have added a new member advisory group to support the Board as we are now responsible as the House Committee. The House Committee is now made up of four Lodge Officers and five Trustees with the presiding officer as the Chair. The newly created Recreational Facilities Advisory Group (RFAG) is made up of ten volunteer members. The group was formed to vet any requirements, policies […]