This year's Easter Bunny event was moved inside the Kinderhook Village Hall due to snow and below-freezing temperatures.

The children were each treated to a bag of candy and a dish of ice cream. Many of them sat on the Easter Bunny's lap for a photo. They also entered the raffles for soft toys.

Loyal Knight Bob Cramer, Chaplain Chris Bellingham, and Veterans Committee member Jim Yager represented our lodge at the STRIDE Adaptive Sports Wounded Warrior Snowfest welcoming ceremony held at Troy NY. 

Kinderhook Elks Veterans Committee have been presented with a memorial T-Shirt for their continuing work with Veterans.

On Tuesday evening, St. Luke's in Valatie hosted another Community Dinner. Every week the food is prepared and served by a local organization. This time it was the turn of the Kinderhook Elks PERs Association.

The Lodge Veterans Committee hosted a Christmas party at Barnwell nursing and rehabilitation center on Sunday 12/21/15.

Each year, the Marion Stegmann Fund delivers food and gifts to needy families throughout Northern Columbia County. The work is split between the Kinderhook Elks and the Ghent VFW.

Sunday December 7th: Kinderhook Elks performed the Ritual of Memorial Service. This most solemn of the Elks services was attended by over 30 people.

Saturday, December 6th: The 2014 Kinderhook Elks Hoop Shoot, organized by Mike Walsh, was held in the Ichabod Crane High School Gym. Winners will go on to the district finals in Hudson in January.

The Lodge prepared and served Ham with Macaroni & Cheese on Wednesday, November 12th. Veterans were invited to dine free. The dinner was a success with 64 meals served.

Sunday, November  9th, six new members were initiated at the Kinderhook ELKS Lodge. The ritual was performed as part of the Kinderhook Lodge visitation and was attended by many members and dignitaries from the Lodges of the North Hudson District.