Author: Jon Perry

First Lady’s Auction Items

Portable Wheeled Battery Charger The DieHard 71240 6-volt / 12-volt Portable Wheeled Battery Charger with Engine Start and Timer-Controlled Shutoff is ideal for charging car, truck, marine, RV, farm equipment, motorcycle, lawn/garden tractor and deep cycle batteries. The powerful 250-amp engine start provides emergency starting power. The 50-amp rapid and 15-amp fast and 2-amp slow/maintenance charge rates charge any size 6- or 12-volt lead-acid battery. Features: Manual operation; Includes 8AWG/6-foot battery cable, clamps, ammeter gage, handle and wheels; Timer control dial with automatic shut-off; Carrying handle is ergonomic and made of sturdy aluminum with grip; Color-coded analog ammeter display; Powder-coated painted stamped steel case; Charge rates for engine start – 250 Amp (6/12-volt) and timed or manual charge – 50, 15, or 2 Amp; Wheeled charger for shop or shore charging UL listed for safety, reliability and dependability assures highest level of design safety standards are met to protect against electrical, chemical and mechanical malfunctions. DieHard 200.71240 Wheeled Battery Charger / Engine Starter for 6 & 12-Volt Batteries. Operator’s Manual...

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Most Valuable Student Scholarship

The 2018 Most Valuable Student scholarship contest is open to any high school senior who is a US Citizen. Applicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership, and financial need. Applications for the 2018 contest will be available online starting September 1, 2017. The 2018 MVS application deadline is November 27, 2017.

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Government Relations

Thanks for visiting this page.   As your Government Relations Chair, I encourage you to timely and completely report all of your time, mileage, donations, and money spent toward charitable acts during the year. Last Year, Texas contributed $26,328,442.88 to our communities here in Texas. Nationally, Elks donated over $300 million. These amounts are so important in that it is how we demonstrate to our elected officials across this state and the nation that we continue to carry out the fraternal aims of our charter. This, then, relates to the continued work of Government Relations to see that such things as our property tax exemption remains intact. There are many local government relations activities that Lodges should get involved with. An annual Elected Officials event is an excellent way to introduce your city and county officials to your lodge and the contribution you make to your area. Please contact me with any questions or comments. And Thanks for All YOU...

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