Elks Lodge UPDATE

As I write this article, Brian Edwards from Harbro is in the final stages of getting the final permits and, most importantly, the final figures needed to settle the claim with the insurance carrier. The insurance adjusters from the start have been trying to low ball the claim. The first estimates and payment they wanted to give us was in the 3.5 million area. With Brian's hard work and dedication to make sure we capture every aspect of what we are entitled to, this figure is now about 6.5 million. We are very close to reaching a final settlement and hope to see this figure grow a bit more.

Many have said “Why is it taking so long?” Well let’s face the fact that the insurance carrier wants to write the smallest check possible. Our job and responsibility as the leaders of San Pedro Elks Lodge is to make sure this is not settled until we can build the lodge back to its glory days and become the Jewel of Elkdom once again. Here's to seeing our lodge built very soon so we can come together and work on all the charities Elkdom is known for.  

Fraternally,
Jose Chavez  
ER,PER  

(Courtesy, Elks Lodge #966 Six-Bells, January 2016)

 

 

Elks Lodge Then and Now

Three Months After the Fire (7/15/14)

 

Lodge Meeting Room

 

Lodge Meeting Room Interior -- all asbestos removed

 

Lodge Meeting Room Ceiling

 

Lodge Meeting Room Entrance

 

Lodge Meeting Room Seating

  

Lobby

 

Boarded up stairs to lower level

  

Bar

 

Kitchen

 

Swimming Pool

 

Balcony showing tennis courts

 

Administrative Trailer

 

Trailer Interior

 

Hard at work

Arrest Made for Elks Lodge Fire

An arrest has been made for the horrific fire that engulfed the San Pedro Elks Lodge 966
on April 15th, 2014.  For more information,

click here for the Daily Breeze article.

Click here for scenes on the afternoon of the early morning blaze.

Elks Lodge Fire Update

Cleanup has begun and plans are moving forward for a multi-million-dollar rebuilt Elks Lodge.  
Click here for the 5/18/14 Daily Breeze article .

(Photo courtesy of The Daily Breeze)