EotM

2020

October – Todd Streiler

Todd has dedicated his talent to lead a member idea and discussion event to address the smoking solution for our lodge. This has taken extensive pre-planning for maxim input as well as formulating a productive format. We have a diverse membership that has joined for different reasons. Developing and executing a plan to address these interests is a significant task. Thank you, Todd, for volunteering your expertise to this project.

September – Kathy Dixon

Kathy is leading the Patio Committee and done an outstanding job. Even during this challenging COVID time, members and guests consistently notice and compliment the well-maintained flora that greets them at the front of our property. Thank you, Kathy,
and your talented and dedicated committee.

August – Jerry Wittenauer

Per E.R. Lord – Jerry quietly and diligently completes many jobs that we may not realize. Jerry cleans up the volleyball area every day. This spring and summer he has put in sod and planted grass. Because of his constant watering, it has taken hold and makes our Lodge beautiful. Jerry works tirelessly for Boy Scout Troop 492. He collects our aluminum cans for the Scouts. Jerry is the key to our successful Flag Day ceremonies. As ER, I can rely on Jerry when I am in a bind. He gives me his best and thoughtful advice. Last but not least, he starts the leaf blower for Alicia!

July – Ales Stirrat

Per E.R. Lord – Alex has a vision and a huge heart for the Elks. When I was going to run for ER, I cornered Alex in Supercuts. I asked him to PLEASE consider being Pool Committee Chair. Alex welcomed the challenge with Mark Gabauer as his wingman. Even with the unexpected and devastating loss of his wife Karen, Alex was resilient and has worked to keep our pool up and running. The opening had so many challenges but Alex continues to make the pool deck safe and beautiful. Alex has been instrumental in making our concession stand even more successful.

June – Doug Reuther

  • Doug saw that quick action was needed for the Bar Project to be completed. He assembled a team and got to work. We would be months behind in completion if Doug had led these volunteer efforts. He constantly communicated with the House Committee and the Board of Directors during the process. When the bar is complete, think for a moment how many hours of dedication that Doug and his team donated for your enjoyment.

May – Bob Dixon

  • Bob organized and led a team of clean up volunteers that deployed their talents in numerous ways. This involved many projects including moving and organizing equipment and supplies, organizing storage spaces, cleaning the facilities, and completing projects to facilitate the opening of the pool. Facilities that are undergoing renovations tend to become very messy and disorganized. Thanks to Bob and his team, that is not the case with our Lodge.

April – Michael Schnettler

  • Michael has provided hours of exceptional volunteer service to the Lodge for the Bar Drain Repair and Bar Room projects. Michael has been consistently at the lodge planning and supervising work. Michael’s talent and personality have been a real asset to us, as he has used it to calmly and professionally navigate through the numerous challenges we have faced.

March / February – Jennifer Voight

January – Beth Schnettler

2019

December – Katie Reuther
November – Bart Castelli
October – Doug McWard
September – Tim Brennan
August – Brad Furguson
July – Danny Sydow
June – Michael Schnettler
May – Jerry Wittenauer
April – Skip & Sherri Bray
March – Tim Brennan
February – Marke Yarnall
January – Matt Harvey


2018

December – Michael Pheland
November – Barry Mannion
October – Loren Hewitt
September – Steve Schmitt
August – Bard Barnes
July – Lauren Brauss
June – Mark Setlich
May – Sara Moss
April – Pete Makulec
March – Lauren Braus
February – Loren Hewitt
January – Pete Makulec

2017

December – Bill Wallace
November – Rick Mohl & Bill Haley
October – Alex Stirrat
September – Sandi Mohl
August – Loren Hewitt
July – Pete Makulec
June – Mark Gabauer
May – Jim Scharf