Residents in the Pinetop area have formed the first-ever chapter of the Arizona Elk Society. Known as the Arizona Elk Society White Mountain Chapter, volunteers feel they can significantly contribute to improved populations of elk and other wildlife as well as partner with the communities to provide quality opportunities to get the public involved in conservation for wildlife. Teaching the youth about conservation, outdoors, hunting and fishing will be an important part of what they do in the local communities.

WM-LogoThe chapter's first Chairman,  Jim Warren, states the chapter’s primary goal is to raise funds for elk habitat and promote conservation and continuing the Hunting Heritage. Arizona Elk Society has empowered this local chapter with the responsibility to determine how the money raised by the Chapter goes to Habitat and Youth projects in their area.

Arizona Elk Society White Mountain Chapter held its first meeting on Monday, Feb. 3rd at the Arizona Game and Fish office in Pinetop. TheArizona Elk Society White Mountain Chapter is actively looking for volunteers and sponsors to help generate interest in the White Mountain outdoor community.  For more information, please contact Jim Warren at (520) 237-5824 or email him at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

You can also mail him at: Jim Warren, PO Box 1312, Pinetop AZ 85935


June 30, 2017 - Show Low Elks Club

5:00 PM - Doors Open • 6:30 PM - Dinner • Auction Follows