EXPANDING OUR PRESENCE IN ELKDOM"
On behalf of our Elk family and membership, welcome to our website. The Virginia State Association Improved Benevolent Protective Order Elk of the World is a charitable, non-profit organization committed to community service and mentoring youth. We provide educational opportunities for our youth. We recognize the importance of the community and corporate support to promote the success of these programs. Therefore, in our efforts to serve as man people as possible, we seek to form partnerships with the business community and other civic organizations to dispense charity in Virginia. With this support, we envision the creation of a technological support system for at–risk youth in this millennium. We have over twenty(20) Lodges and Temples in cities throughout Virginia. Our members work together as team collaboration in all aspects of community service. Our membership spans many generations. The talents and contributions of each member is recognized and valued. As we move forward in this new century, we must continue our focus and attention on those less fortunate and the young people of our communities. Practicing charity in our communities and providing youth educational opportunities is our mission. Let the word go forth, that the Virginia State Association is still on the move. Our success depends on our commitment and our sacrifice. Our attitudes will determine our altitude. Our destiny is not a matter of chance; our destiny is a matter of choice. With the Virginia State Association IBPO Elks, excellence is our standard, not our goal. Please accept our invitation to visit our lodges, temples, and participate in our many programs.
Brother State President Daughter State President
Herman R. Winston, Jr. Doris L. McMurray
Thank you for visiting our new Internet site. At present, our web site is still under construction. We are making an effort to present you with our entire spectrum of events our organization offers as soon as possible.
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