Waukesha Elks Lodge #400 History
The Waukesha Elks Lodge #400 was chartered May 12, 1898. The Club moved to its present location at 2301 Springdale Road Waukesha, WI 53186 in April, 1970. It is one of over 2300 Lodges nationwide and one of 29 Lodges in the State of Wisconsin.

Elks Lodge Activities
Some of the activities of the Lodge include: Annual Flag Day Service, Memorial Service, Installation of Officers, Veterans Day Observance, Bowling League, Golf Outings, and Cookouts. In addition to our membership, there is an active Elks Ladies organization and a Past Exalted Rulers organization.

Youth Activities
The National Hoop Shoot program is administered by the Lodge; Scholarships (College and Vocational), Drug Awareness Poster Contest, Annual Youth Awards Night, Most Valuable Student Scholarships, US Constitution Scholarships, Americanism Essay Awards, and Youth Camp Scholarships.

Family Participation
Friday Night Fish Fry, Golf Cookouts, Special Dinners and Dances, Memorial Service, Flag Day Service, Family Picnic, and Children’s Christmas and Easter Parties.

Veterans Service
The Elks have vowed that as long as there are Veterans in our hospitals they will never be forgotten.

Community Support
Elk members support many charitable causes such as: Boy Scouts, Camp Wawbeek Respite Center, High School Scholarships, the fight against drug abuse, Fire and Police Awards, Citizen Awards, and several other youth and charitable programs.

Membership Benefits
Benefits received by belonging to the Waukesha Lodge of Elks #400 are: Semi-Monthly Lodge meetings, monthly Lodge bulletin, monthly Elks magazine, Old Timers monthly meetings, and a Lodge membership admission card that entitles you to attend and participate in all Lodge functions, not only in your Home lodge, but in any lodge throughout the United States.