Elks Aidmore

"Building programs is our business. Rebuilding lives is our passion."

Recent News

  • Bridgestone, Inc. Presented With A Plaque

    In grateful appreciation for their continuing support of Golf Fore Kids, Elks Aidmore recently presented a plaque to Bridgestone, Inc.  Bridgestone, located in Covington, Georgia, has supplied golf ball sleeves and company merchandise to the Elks Aidmore golf tournament for a number of years.  

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  • Elks Aidmore Receives Grant

    The North Georgia United Methodist Housing and Homeless Council has awarded a $7,500 grant to Elks Aidmore to assist in the agency’s capital campaign.  In an e-mail from the NGUMHHC, Director Laura Rappold wrote, “Thank you for your ministry in the community. We are grateful for your work and for the opportunity to partner with […]

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  • Celebrating Our Graduates

    Shanveria B., also know as “Shan”, began her high school career four years ago as a Delta Cottage resident.  She graduated from Heritage High School in May. Shan is known to others as outspoken, intelligent and independent with just a sprinkle of sassiness.  Shan’s determination and perseverance has been the driving force behind completing all […]

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  • Our Shining Stars

    The Multi-Agency Alliance for Children (MAAC) holds an annual fundraising and recognition event titled “A Starry Night”.  Each year, MAAC recognizes four Adult Shining Stars and four Youth Shining Stars. At the 2019 event, two of the Youth Shining Stars were from Elks Aidmore.  MAAC wrote the following tributes in the event program. “Jordan has […]

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  • Grand March

    During the spring meeting of the Georgia Elks Association, held at the Savannah Elks Lodge #183 in Savannah GA, Elks Aidmore received over $40,000 in donations. To date this year, the Elks Lodges, Auxiliaries and State Associations have contributed nearly $65,000 to support the Elks Aidmore programs.

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  • Elks Aidmore is the recipient of a $20,000 from the General Mills Foundation Hometown Grantmaking Program

    Elks Aidmore is the recipient of a $20,000 general operating grant from the General Mills Foundation Hometown Grantmaking Program. General Mills has been a grantor to Elks Aidmore for many years, but this marks the largest grant ever received from the corporation. The grant is being internally earmarked for the beginning of capital improvements to […]

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  • 2019 Open House

    Please join us in Conyers on Saturday, May 4th for Open House from 2PM – 4PM. The program begins at 2:15. There will be fellowship, food, hayrides, horseshoes, paddle boats, walking tours, and a dedication ceremony. There will be something for everyone…bring the whole family! If you have a special Aidmore picture, please bring a […]

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  • Standing Tall at Christmas

    The old African proverb, “it takes a village to raise a child”, has never been more true that it was for Aidmore this Christmas.  In fact, several “villages” came together, from all over the state of Georgia, to make Christmas 2018 one to remember. The support of the Georgia Elks Lodges, Georgia Elks Aidmore Auxiliaries, […]

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  • We Just Keep on Driving

    The 20th annual Golf Fore Kids tournament, held on September 14th, 2018 at The Creek at Hard Labor golf course in Rutledge, Georgia, attracted 116 players.  The fundraiser generated nearly $15,000 to support the various programs of Elks Aidmore. Thank you to the following Lodges, Auxiliaries, individuals and businesses: Platinum Sponsor:  Toby Sexton Tire Company […]

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  • Elks Aidmore Recognized as the “Outstanding Agency” for 2018

    Elks Aidmore was recognized as the “Outstanding Agency” for 2018 during the Georgia Conference on Children and Families, held in Augusta, October 17th-19th. The Georgia Conference on Children and Families is the largest annual interdisciplinary event in Georgia designed to bring together the community that serves children and families. The conference includes a full spectrum […]

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