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Pratt Lodge Plans Benefit For 2 Youths

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Day
23
Month
May
Year
1969
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Elks' French Dukes & Continental Boys Drill Teams, & The Al Toras Girls Drill Team Practice At The Lodge, 220 Sunset Rd, August 14, 1965

Elks' French Dukes & Continental Boys Drill Teams, & The Al Toras Girls Drill Team Practice At The Lodge, 220 Sunset Rd, August 14, 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 14, 1965
Caption
Members of the French Dukes and Continental boys drill teams of Elks Pratt Lodge No. 322, and the Al Toras girls drill team of Daisy Chain Temple 212, practice at the lodge at 220 Sunset for national Elks championship competition next week in Philadelphia. The three groups will leave by chartered bus at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow for the Pennsylvania city. They will compete with Elks drill teams from throughout the country for national honors and take part in a parade, returning to Ann Arbor on Wednesday. The French Dukes have won two national titles.

Mayor Cecil O. Creal Meets With Elks Convention Delegates John H. Burns, Grace Bryant, & Bertram V. Gregory, June 23, 1962

Mayor Cecil O. Creal Meets With Elks Convention Delegates John H. Burns, Grace Bryant, & Bertram V. Gregory, June 23, 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 26, 1962
Caption
Ann Arbor Mayor Cecil O. Creal talks with delegates to the state Elks convention, being held here this weekend. From left are John H. Burns of Detroit, state president of the group Creal; Mrs Grace Bryant of Detroit, president of the women's auxiliary and Butram V. Gregory of Detroit, grand esteemed knight of the grand lodge. The convention will climax with a parade here tomorrow.

Junior Temple of Grand Rapids Marching In 26th Annual State Elks Convention Parade, June 25, 1962

Junior Temple of Grand Rapids Marching In 26th Annual State Elks Convention Parade, June 25, 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 25, 1962
Caption
The 26th annual state Elks convention came to a close here yesterday with a parade. Among the bands and marching units to participate were the "French Dukes", (top) made up of high school students from Ann Arbor, and the Junior Temple of Grand Rapids. The convention was attended by about 5,000 delegates and their families.

French Dukes Drill Team Marching In The 26th Annual Elks Convention Parade On Packard, June 25, 1962

French Dukes Drill Team Marching In The 26th Annual Elks Convention Parade On Packard, June 25, 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 25, 1962
Caption
The 26th annual state Elks convention came to a close here yesterday with a parade. Among the bands and marching units to participate were the "French Dukes", (top) made up of high school students from Ann Arbor, and the Junior Temple of Grand Rapids. The convention was attended by about 5,000 delegates and their families.