From The Members of
Harlandale IOOF Lodge #26
Rebekah Harlandale #179
Alamo Theta Rho Girls Club #36
We are located at
6720 S. Flores
San Antonio, Texas
We would like to thank you for visiting our new website.
see photo and map of our lodge location below
We invite you to explore the Community that is Odd Fellowship. Our lodge is a family of brothers and sisters working to build a world that we want to leave to our children's, children's, children. We offer: A unique environment of caring and supportive folks to learn and grow with. We strive to become better people. Odd Fellowship is a way to support many local, national and international charities. The moment you walk into our Odd Fellowship Hall you will be met with the warmth and comradery that 200 years of our foundational beliefs of Friendship, Love, and Truth have built. Harlandale Lodge is, amongst other things, a charitable organization that uses much of the money it brings in to give help to worthy organizations, events and individuals. If you are looking for a opportunity to be of service to your community, while enjoying making new friends, there is a place for you in this organization.
We seek people of good character that believe we can make a difference in our world. Our Lodge can use your help. The work we do is worthwhile and important. The more active members we have, the easier it becomes to do our work and the more we can take on. We invite you to join in that work by becoming a member of the Lodge. The independent Order of Odd Fellows is a fraternal organization founded upon the principles of Friendship, Love and Truth. These three principles, we believe are essential for the future of our country, our community, our society. Friendship is the strongest bond of our association. As a member you are bound to participate with your brothers and sisters to safeguard our members and families in times of adversity and aid those in distress. Love is the link which requires neighborliness to our fellow human beings, which comes only after all hatred, envy and selfishness have been laid aside. Truth is the standard by which we value people. It is the foundation of our society. United together we can make a greater impact on our community than we can as individuals. We hope you will consider joining us in our effort to make a better community and world.
If you would like to join our ranks and become an Odd Fellow, Rebekah or Theta Rho; talk to the person who directed you to our website. If you found us through a Internet search and have questions feel free to fill out our contact form. We will be sure to get back with you as soon as possible.
I.O.O.F. #26 DEGREE RALLY
The members of Alamo Theta Rho Girls’ Club #36 participated in National Night Out activities at the San Pedro North Community Center on October 1st. The girls had a face painting booth and assisted with game booths. Girls attending were Genevieve Apodaca, Jade Autry, Madison Bush, Keely Faust, Sierra Marrozos, Samantha Ray, Bailey Reddell, Crimson Riggs, and Athena Townsend.
On October 8th, members of Alamo Theta Rho Girls’ Club #36 baked cookies, cupcakes, and brownies and delivered them to the District 7 Bexar County Fire Department along with a delicious meal prepared by Cheryl Even. The girls were given a tour of the Fire Station and fire trucks by the fire fighters and played with the station’s Dalmatian mascot, Dottie. It was a wonderful educational experience for the girls and they had a great time. Our appreciation and thanks to C Crew - Chris Willis, George Carrazco, and Aaron Craven for protecting and serving our community and for their gracious hospitality in allowing us to visit their facilities.
ALAMO #36 HOSTS COMMUNITY EASTER EGG HUNT
The members of Alamo #36 hosted a second annual community Easter Egg Hunt at the clubhouse of the San Pedro North housing community on March 30th. The event was planned and coordinated by the Club President, Genevieve Apodaca. Members of Harlandale Rebekah Lodge #179 helped sponsor the event with donations of eggs and candy. There was a great turnout of kids and adults in the community and they all had a great time. The hunt began at 10:30A.M. and ended when all the eggs and candy were found. There were special eggs hidden with money and prizes. Some members of the community made donations to help with next year's egg hunt. Thanks to all for their attendance and support.