Espanola Elks looking for new leadership
The Espanola Elks Hall is in danger of closing if it does not get the financial support of the public. The local chapter is to celebrate its 70th anniversary of its charter next year, but supporters are not sure if they will be able to stay open without support. Photo by Rosalind Russell - myespanolanow.co/myalgomamanitoulinnow.com staff
The Espanola Elks are looking for a new president.
Nick Siren, who has filled the position for the last three years, says he has other commitments, so he is stepping down.
He says whoever steps in will oversee the overall management of the hall, committees and administrative duties.
He adds the hall is undergoing an application process for some retrofits to be carried out.
Siren stresses the club also needs more volunteers to help it remain a viable part of the community.