Marlton Elks serves community during holiday season, to hold special needs Christmas Party on Dec. 7

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Marlton Elks has kept it commitment to serve the community this Holiday season. On Nov. 26, Marlton Elks sent 320 pounds of food and a check to South Jersey Food Bank. Food and funds raised by the Marlton Elks lodge and Girls Scouts from the Moorestown area joined together along with donations from community friends in order to help those in need for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

Marlton Elks are a community based organization of local residents that are interested in participating and supporting events and needs in the local area. Located at the junction of Evesboro-Medford and Troth the Elks hold local dinners and events to help out Veterans, Special Needs and other interests.

Marlton Elks will be holding its next event, a Special Needs Christmas Party on Dec. 7 at Gibson House from 1–4 p.m. Those interested in supporting this event can stop by the Elks Lodge on any Friday night or the lodge christmas party on Dec. 6. Additional information is available by calling 856–983-Elks.