Elks Lodge #129 presents grant money


Elks Lodge #129 recently made several grant money donations to worthy recipients. Pictured are exalted ruler Tyler Osborne, Dennis Noble-Est. Leading Knight, Edward Helt (dictionary project), Brandon Runk (Fayette County Special Olympics), Kristy Bowers (The Ranch of Opportunity), Gary Davis and Jon Creamer (The Well at Sunnyside), Abby Fitch (The Warehouse Youth Center), Scott Mullen - chairman of trustees, officer Charlie Hughes and K-9 officer Edo (Washington Police Department).

Elks Lodge #129 recently made several grant money donations to worthy recipients. Pictured are exalted ruler Tyler Osborne, Dennis Noble-Est. Leading Knight, Edward Helt (dictionary project), Brandon Runk (Fayette County Special Olympics), Kristy Bowers (The Ranch of Opportunity), Gary Davis and Jon Creamer (The Well at Sunnyside), Abby Fitch (The Warehouse Youth Center), Scott Mullen - chairman of trustees, officer Charlie Hughes and K-9 officer Edo (Washington Police Department).


Dennis Noble - Est. Leading Knight, Exalted Ruler Tyler Osborne, Sandy Rodgers (Southern Ohio Bikers Association) and Scott Mullen, chairman of trustees.


Exalted Ruler Tyler Osborne, Tami Johnson (Fayette County Junior Fair awards), and Scott Mullen, chairman of trustees.


Elks Lodge #129 recently made several grant money donations to worthy recipients. Pictured are exalted ruler Tyler Osborne, Dennis Noble-Est. Leading Knight, Edward Helt (dictionary project), Brandon Runk (Fayette County Special Olympics), Kristy Bowers (The Ranch of Opportunity), Gary Davis and Jon Creamer (The Well at Sunnyside), Abby Fitch (The Warehouse Youth Center), Scott Mullen – chairman of trustees, officer Charlie Hughes and K-9 officer Edo (Washington Police Department).

Dennis Noble – Est. Leading Knight, Exalted Ruler Tyler Osborne, Sandy Rodgers (Southern Ohio Bikers Association) and Scott Mullen, chairman of trustees.

Exalted Ruler Tyler Osborne, Tami Johnson (Fayette County Junior Fair awards), and Scott Mullen, chairman of trustees.

Elks Lodge #129 recently made several grant money donations to worthy recipients. Pictured are exalted ruler Tyler Osborne, Dennis Noble-Est. Leading Knight, Edward Helt (dictionary project), Brandon Runk (Fayette County Special Olympics), Kristy Bowers (The Ranch of Opportunity), Gary Davis and Jon Creamer (The Well at Sunnyside), Abby Fitch (The Warehouse Youth Center), Scott Mullen – chairman of trustees, officer Charlie Hughes and K-9 officer Edo (Washington Police Department).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/10/web1_ElksDonation1.jpgElks Lodge #129 recently made several grant money donations to worthy recipients. Pictured are exalted ruler Tyler Osborne, Dennis Noble-Est. Leading Knight, Edward Helt (dictionary project), Brandon Runk (Fayette County Special Olympics), Kristy Bowers (The Ranch of Opportunity), Gary Davis and Jon Creamer (The Well at Sunnyside), Abby Fitch (The Warehouse Youth Center), Scott Mullen – chairman of trustees, officer Charlie Hughes and K-9 officer Edo (Washington Police Department).

Dennis Noble – Est. Leading Knight, Exalted Ruler Tyler Osborne, Sandy Rodgers (Southern Ohio Bikers Association) and Scott Mullen, chairman of trustees.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/10/web1_ElksDonation2.jpgDennis Noble – Est. Leading Knight, Exalted Ruler Tyler Osborne, Sandy Rodgers (Southern Ohio Bikers Association) and Scott Mullen, chairman of trustees.

Exalted Ruler Tyler Osborne, Tami Johnson (Fayette County Junior Fair awards), and Scott Mullen, chairman of trustees.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/10/web1_ElksDonation3.jpgExalted Ruler Tyler Osborne, Tami Johnson (Fayette County Junior Fair awards), and Scott Mullen, chairman of trustees.