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About High Prairie Elks

The High Prairie Elks is a long standing Benevolent and Protective Order all-Canadian, fraternal organization. The High Prairie Elks have grown to nearly 90 members and are committed to a Vision of being the most progressive family focused organization in High Prairie, meeting community and member needs and expectations.

They raise funds by operating and managing a Professional Rodeo, as well as operating the bar at both of the Elks Halls for many functions.

The High Prairie Elks assist many groups including:

  • The High Prairie Sparks, Brownies, Girl Guides and Pathfinders
  • Curling, Grad Classes,
  • The Gordon Buchanan Centre,
  • D.A.R.E, High Prairie Minor Hockey,
  • High Prairie Aquatic Centre,
  • High Prairie Municipal Library
  • Museum and many others.

Service to Others...

The Elks are recognized for their service to children with hearing impairments through their national charity, Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children.

Founded: 1912
Motto: Promoting and Serving Community Needs
Members: 14,000 (approximately)
Lodges: over 250
National Headquarters: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada


Mission & Vision

Mission Statement:
A national fraternal and charitable organization promoting and serving community needs through local lodge volunteers.

Vision Statement:
To be the most progressive family focussed organization in Canada, meeting community and member needs and expectations.