Lewistown Elks Lodge #456
The Elks is a fraternal organization dedicated to serving its community. It is a place for families to gather and community functions to be held. Programs are administered to benefit area youth, veterans and local non-profits and charities.
Our facilities host many golf tournaments, receptions, weddings, dinners, the Elks Hoop Shoot, and more throughout the year. Some events the Elks host and some events are hosted by other local area non-profits.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Call 538-7075 or 538-5885 and ask to talk about the Elks or stop by 320 Country Club Road and pick up an application. There are annual dues of $70. We have Lodge Meetings on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. You can be as involved or non-involved as you would like.
We have many annual events, including Elks Rib Night, Elks Crab Feed, Deck Party, Easter Lunch, Mothers Day Lunch, Halloween Party, Christmas Ugly Sweater Party, Super Bowl Party, and many Golf Tournaments. All are open to the public as well as Elks Members.
Call 538-5885 or 538-7075 or stop by 320 Country Club Lane
Pine Meadows Golf Course
Pine Meadows is a challenging and beautiful 9-hole course, our relocated tee markers and tee boxes provide a back nine experience that is different from the front nine. Pine Meadows will challenge you while providing a relaxing, picturesque backdrop. Test your accuracy with our fairways, trees, rolling hills and sand traps; we have everything you need to challenge you and improve your game. All in all, our goal is to provide you with a quality experience that includes exceptional service and a pleasurable atmosphere.
Friends of the Trails
The Lewistown Trail System is a 24-mile hiking and biking trail within the city limits of Lewistown, Montana. The trail hosts a number of diversions including picnic areas, scenic water routes and nature watching opportunities. The system also connects all schools within the city.
Central Montana Jaycees
The Central Montana Jaycees are a community-centered non-profit organization focusing on "Building Tomorrow's Leaders Today." They have a grant program that helps support other non-profits and are dedicated to fostering personal growth and civic leadership among people ages 18-40.