Kenton Elks #157
Kenton Elks Lodge #157 received its charter in 1890 and celebrated its 125th year anniversary in 2015.
The lodge has resided in its present location since 1910. Situated in downtown Kenton, it can be reached easily from all directions, and is only 1.5 miles from Memorial Park Golf Course. Kenton is home to the former Kenton Toy Company, maker of the Gene Autry Repeating Cap Pistol. It's also home to Pvt. Jacob Parrott, the first Medal of Honor recipient..
Kenton Lodge has a strong presence with Ritual and has represented Ohio at the Grand Lodge competition numerous times. The Ritual teams have many All-Americans and 5 William King Award winners. The teams have reached the finals 6 times including the 2006 National Championship.
Next time you are passing through Kenton, stop on in! We would love to have you as our guest!!!
The Kenton Elks lodge is a standalone facility located in the heart of Kenton and includes the following amenities:
Accepts credit cards (MC, VISA)
Full service bar with craft beers on tap, wines, and spirits\
Various meeting rooms for rent with in-house catering
Nicest patio in town!
Regular lodge meetings are held every 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month, except in July and September when they are held only on the 3rd Monday. Lodge meetings begin at 8:00 PM and are open to all Elks in good standing.
Trustee meetings are held every 3rd Monday of the month at 7:00 PM.
Club Governing Board
Club Governing Board meetings are held every 1st Monday of the month at 7:00 PM.
2019-2020 Lodge Officers
Exalted Ruler - Derek Kaufman
Esteemed Leading Knight - Michael Sturgeon
Lodge Secretary - Todd Cannode
Trustee Chair - Jerry haudenshield