About Us

“A small group of Elks’ ladies began meeting together in 1917 to wrap bandages for World War I.  They enjoyed the sociability, and at the same time felt the joy of accomplishment.   The combination of assisting others and enjoying good fellowship appealed to other women, and a community group came together.”

“Fifteen members of a group of ladies in Providence, Rhode Island…developed the idea of a national organization of such groups.  The organization was chartered in the State of Rhode Island as the Supreme Emblem Club of the United States of America on April 27, 1926.”

The Lincoln Emblem Club #433 was established around 1967. The Lincoln Emblem Club is a member of the Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiania, and Wisconsin (WIIM) State Association and the national Supreme Emblem Club. The Lincoln Emblem Club is a non-profit organization that supports numerous charities. The club supports and champions the following beliefs:

  • Foster Patriotism
  • Promote Fellowship
  • Involve ourselves in Americanism and Community Service
  • Support education through Scholarships

Supreme President Joyce Allison

Supreme Marshall Susan Franklin

Supreme Website

WIIM President Chris Schmidt

WIIM Marshall Jan Thomas