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Elks, friends enjoy outdoor Olympics

Fayetteville’s Chuck Reschke, left, and Bob Krause, of Onondaga Hill, roll their keg over the finish line during the club’s winter Olympics held this past Saturday in Baldwinsville. Both of the men are members of the Liverpool Elks Club.

Fayetteville’s Chuck Reschke, left, and Bob Krause, of Onondaga Hill, roll their keg over the finish line during the club’s winter Olympics held this past Saturday in Baldwinsville. Both of the men are members of the Liverpool Elks Club. Photo by Erin Wisneski.

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Jess Mirra, of Rochester, and Lisa DePalma, Rob Glowacki and Clint Erardi, all from Lakeland, pose after taking third place in the Liverpool Elks Winter Olympics relay race.

— Despite a lack of snow, the Liverpool Elks held their annual Winter Olympics this past Saturday, Feb. 4, welcoming members from other lodges as well as the general public to participate in events such as the tug of war, volleyball, horseshoes and more. Proceeds from many of the events held at the Liverpool Elks Lodge, which take place at its facility along the Seneca River in Baldwinsville, benefit veterans as well as fund scholarships for Baldwinsville and Liverpool students. For more information about the Elks or to join the Liverpool Lodge (#2348), visit elks2348.org.

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