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A team photograph of the Assabet Valley Little League (AVLL) team "The Elks" in 1952, named after the team's sponsor: the Maynard Lodge of Elks.

Row 1 (front):

Buddy Seura
John Stefanowicz
Ted Kauppi
H. Whitney (bat boy)
Dick Martino

An enlarged copy of the front page of the Beacon featuring stories on Santa, Megabucks, a Stow development and a DUI arrest of William LeBlond.

A participation lapel pin and ribbon celebrating the inauguration of the Maynard chapter of the Elks.

Presented to Helen Ketola when she was president of the state association.

The founding and activities of the Maynard Emblem Club.

A poster promoting a dance at the Elks at the time of Maynard's 100th anniversary.

Posters advertising the auction at the Elks Hall.

The Concord Elks had an outing at Wheeler Grove in Stow in 1925. The following are identified in the picture: Charles Irwin, Harold Higgins, Thomas Mansfield, Herbert Comeau, John Heron, Frank Vodoklys, Thomas Priest, Wm. Creeley, Henry Piecewicz,…


A poster advertising the 2nd Annual Great Assabet River Race sponsored by the Maynard Elks and Rotary Club.

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An evening at the Elks advertisement on Oct. 6th however not known what year.


Eight color photos of the 1989 Memorial Day road race sponsored by the Maynard Elks. Rep. Cile Hicks of Wayland was Orator of the Day. Participants in the road race include Emile Genest and Andy Gagnon. The race began on Great Road.

A contingent from the Maynard Lodge of Elks marches down Summer Street as part of a Memorial Day or Veterans Day parade.

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Front Leader ___?

1st Row (4): Ralph Cantno, Bill Molloy, ___?, Bob Conquest

2nd Row far right: John Colombo

Ralph Cantino, holding the American flag, and Bill Molloy.

A group from the (Maynard?) Lodge of Elks marching in a parade. They are in Glenwood Cemetery.

On the left: Bob Conquest.
3rd from left: Bill Molloy.

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A marching band leads a group from the Maynard Lodge of Elks in a parade down Summer Street.

Alex DeGrappo is the leader (on left).

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A group portrait, Maynard Lodge of Elks, Lodge 1568. This appears to be the head table of an annual banquet.

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The restaurant was located at 34 powdermill road. Prior to them it was the Twin Tree Cafe aka as Uncle Pete's. It later became the the Maynard Elks Lodge.

Two caps for BPOE "the Run for Charity" 1984, One cap Bank of Boston NYNEX Classic- Digital, and one cap for Maynard's Century 21 Real Estate.

A formal photograph of Mr. E. Mark Sullivan, the Grand Exalted Ruler of the BPO Elks.