Stamford Lodge No. 899

Welcome to Stamford Elks Lodge 899

Home of District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Frank 'Cheech' DeFazio

 

943 Hope Street, Stamford, CT 06907

Lodge Website - Grand Lodge Virtual Home Page

Lodge Phone: 203-323-9614

Office Phone: 203-595-5776

Fax Phone: 203-595-5777

Lodge e-mail is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

MEETING SCHEDULE

Lodge- Second and Fourth Tuesdays at 7:00pm.  July and August: Fourth Tuesday only.

Board of Governors  - First Tuesday at 6:30pm.

Board of Trustees - Third Tuesday at 7:00pm.

 

OFFICERS FOR 2013 -2014:

Exalted Ruler:

Lynda Roscia

Esteemed Leading Knight:

Kenneth Llano

Esteemed Loyal Knight:

Claude Pisano

Esteemed Lecturing Knight:

Tommy Maker

Secretary:

Patricia Farrell

Treasurer:

Linda Shippee

Esquire:

 

Chaplain:

Dudley Jenkins

Inner Guard:

Ray Fedele

Tiler:

 

Organist:

 

Five Year Trustee:

 

Four Year Trustee:

 

Three Year Trustee:

Paul Franco

Two Year Trustee:

 

One Year Trustee:

 

House Committee Chairman:

Lynda Roscia

Hall Rental Coordinator:

Nick Panaro

Lodge Email Contact:

 

 

 DIRECTIONS TO OUR LODGE

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

 

 

NEWS:

 

 

At the Stamford Police Association Annual Timothy Coppola Bicycle Helmet Giveaway, Stamford Lodge #899 gave away over 700 Drug Awareness bags and Frisbees and over 900 bicycle helmets. Stamford Lodge also gave $1000 from their charity account to the Stamford Police Association. Timothy Coppola is a son of a police officer who was killed 12 years ago while not wearing a bicycle helmet.

Photo: Barbara Mountain, waiting to be initiated, Frank DeFazio, PER, Major Projects Chairman, Ray Fedele, Drug Awareness Chairman, Linda McQuillen, visitor to event, Lynda Roscia, ER, Darlene Regan, member volunteer, Bunny Zwart, volunteer from Emblem Club.  Children: Emilia Angenov, Katie McQuillen and Jake McQuillen

 

 

Stamford Lodge #899, utilizing a Graditude Grant, donated a $1000.00 check to West Haven VA Hospital for their Suicide Prevention Program.

Photo: (L to R) Larry Rice VAVS, Stephanie Hotchkiss VAVS, PER Frank DeFazio, VAVS DEPUTY REP, and PER Dudley Jenkins (World War II Veteran).

 

Stamford Elks #899 utilizes Gratitude Grant

By Nancy Seeley - CEA Coastal District Public Relations Chair

 

Stamford Elks #899 works with Backyard Humanitarian to kick off a fundraiser with a $1000 donation from the Grand Lodge Gratitude Grant to help James Lacerenza who needs a Nurse's Aide to help him with his daily living needs. James is from Stamford who in 2005, at age 18, founded ConnectiKids Summer Camp Fund to send children with any of the 40 different types of Muscular Dystrophy to camp and has dedicated his life to helping others. He has raised over $120,000 to help kids with Muscular Dystrophy, so they can enjoy life. James was born on March 17th, 1987 11 weeks premature. He has cerebral palsy and is in a wheelchair. He put himself through college, helps others and asks for nothing for himself. 

 

James has faced many challenges, pain and heartache but always maintains a positive attitude and disposition.  PER Lynda Roscia mentions "Unless we can help James like he's helped others he will have to wait years and will suffer in the meantime".

 

 

Photo: Organizers Angela Malizia and Michelle Aloub and their Zumba team, with Stamford Elks,PER Frank DeFazio,PER Paul Franco, PER Lynda Roscia, Lodge Secretary Patte Farrell, and ER Bill Fortini,surrounding James Lacerenza.

 

Stamford Lodge #899 Donates to Hurricane Sandy Victims

By John P Simko PER, CEA Coastal District Public Relations  Chairman

Led by ER Lyn Roscia, PER's Frank Defazio and Paul Franco of Stamford lodge #899 traveled over 50 miles to Rockaway Point, N.Y., an area devasted from Hurricane Sandy, to deliver a donation of $500 from the lodge, over 70 smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and an American Flag to the Rockaway Point Fire Department.
 
Photo L to R: Sean Powers, Bill Valentine, Mary Powers, Martin Fahy, Lynda Roscia ER, Paul Franco PER, Fire Chief Ed Valentine, Frank Defazio PER and Chris Healey.

 

 

 

 
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