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  • Aidmore Auction, Fundraising and Awards

    Thanks to a last minute (and very generous) donation of $10,000 from the Waycross Elks Lodge #369, the Georgia Elks Association Annual Convention at Jekyll Island netted over $24,000 for Elks Aidmore.  Funds were received from the Aidmore Auctions ($6,945); Marietta Cooler Auction ($856); Eight for Aidmore ($2,294); Eatonton Auxiliary ($200); Augusta Auxiliary ($600); Ladies Horseshoes ($250); Sandra Worley (in memory of husband Waymon) $1,000; Georgia Elks Association Past State Presidents, $1,000; and, $1,000 from the “$5 Will Get You $10” competition.

    At the Saturday banquet, Aidmore Awards were given to the following Lodges and Auxiliaries by Aidmore Awards Chairman Jim Gibbs:

    Highest Overall Donations

    SW:  Albany Lodge & Auxiliary $  5,719

    SE:   Savannah Lodge and Auxiliary $  7,455

    NW: Dalton Lodge $  8,445

    NE:  Lake Oconee Lodge and Auxiliary $10,325

    State Winner: Lake Oconee Lodge & Auxiliary $10,325


    Highest Per Capita Donations

    NW:  Dalton Lodge $  25.90

    SE:    Waycross Lodge and Auxiliary $  45.84

    NE:   Gainesville Lodge and Auxiliary $  56.55

    SW:   Union City Lodge and Auxiliary $  63.99

    State Winner: Union City Lodge and Auxiliary $  63.99

    The Lodges and Georgia Elks Association donated a total of $46,668 during the year for a per capita giving of $11.54. The local Auxiliaries and State Auxiliary donated a total of $47,152 during the year for a per capita giving of $101.40. Of those donations, 10 Lodges and Auxiliaries gave $57,009.  In order of their contributions, they were: Lake Oconee, Dalton, Savannah, Atlanta Northlake, Albany, Valdosta, Union City, Calhoun, Covington and Brunswick.

    Thank you to all the individuals, Lodges and Auxiliaries who work so diligently, during the Jekyll Island Convention, and throughout the year on behalf of Aidmore and its programs