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Monday, November 30, 2015
Grand Marshal for Winter Haven/Auburndale Christmas Parade
The Winter Haven Moose Lodge was selected as the Grand Marshal for
this year’s Winter Haven/Auburndale Christmas Parade. Ron Stubbs will be representing our lodge--riding on the Grand Marshal Float (Auburndale Old Engine 1-1953 Fire Truck) Come out and support our lodge on December 4th.
(See Photo tab for picture of our Board of Officer on the Grand Marshal Float).
Monday, November 30, 2015
Mark your Calendars
Tickets goes on sale January 1, 2016
February 13, 2016 7:00pm
Prisoner of Love Dance
There will be snack, Prisoner of Love Jail, Games, Door Prizes and much more. Ron Stubbs is hosting this event and the band will be Southern Comfort.
Monday, November 30, 2015
Higher Degree Christmas Party
December 12, 2015 at 11:00am
Please bring an unwrapped toy for “Toys for Tots”
Contact Geneva Nash to let her know if you will be attending. We need a count by December 7th.
Monday, November 30, 2015
Warm Heart Warm Coat
The Loyal Order is holding a community service project in partnership with Burlington Coat Factory
Warm Heart– Warm Coat
We are collecting coats of any size and material, that are still usable until December 4th.
We will also take any outerwear that you may have, such as sweatshirts and
Please bring them into the Lodge Office or you can drop them off on Monday, Tuesday or Friday Bingo. Ron Stubbs will be happy to take them for you..
Please let your friends and family know of this project.
Monday, November 30, 2015
Karaoke every Thursdays 7-10:30pm and on Sunday 5-8:30pm come down and sing your heart out. Watch for special contest.
Monday, November 30, 2015
Help our Child City (Mooseheart) with Good Search
GoodSearch--What if the Child City received a penny every time you searched the Internet? Use Good Search as you would any search engine, get quality search results and watch the donations add up! Just go to www.goodsearch.com and be sure to enter Moose Charities as the charity you want to support. And, be sure to spread the word.

For more information how you can help, please visit www.moosecharities.org, call (630) 966-2200 or email questions to request@moosecharities.org.
Monday, November 30, 2015
Tuesday Night Bingo-Non Smoking
Quarters starts at 5:30pm, Regular Bingo starts at 7:00pm you can plan all of the games with a starting price of $20.00 and up. 3 jackpots up to $250.00.
Thank you for supporting us and bring a friend on Tuesday Night.
Come down and join us.

We are looking for a few good men!
On Tuesday night we have public Bingo and we need help!!
If you would like to join in on supporting our Bingo, here is what we need.
IF you can work from 5:00-7:00pm or 6:00-9:00pm or from 5:00-9:45pm That would be great!
Here are some of the things you will be doing. (We are non smoking Bingo)

1. We start selling papers at 5:00pm to 9:30pm
2. We start quarter games at 5:30pm for 20 games (around 1 hour)
3. We start regular games at 7:00pm and we get done around 9:45pm
4. We will teach you how to call BINGO, also.

We know that this is a commitment to the Loyal Order of Moose members, so please step up to the plate and help us.
Please contact Ronnie Stubbs at 863-409-6012

We would like to thank everyone who help us.
Again thank you,
Ronnie, Robert, Roland, Dennis, Bill, Jo, Sherry, Vicki, Shirley and Kathy
Monday, November 30, 2015
New Membership Card
Take a look at your Moose Membership Card....just a small piece of plastic, but oh so powerful!
Did you know that your Membership Card will allow you admittance to ANY Moose Lodge ANYWHERE in the US, and Canada?
Did you know that your Moose Membership Card also carries a whole list of other benefits, other than admittance to a Moose Lodge? Ask any officer, visit the web page or look for the brochure found in any Moose Lodge about the other wonderful benefits available to you because you are a member of this great Fraternity.
Did you remember the promise that you made when you signed the enrollment form, or when you attended the Enrollment Ceremony.....to strengthen our membership by inviting your friends and social contacts to join us?
Are your dues expired? Did you get a notice in the mail from Moose International about your Dues renewal?.....or receive a phone call regarding your dues? Did you know that you can pay your dues on the internet? If you don't have internet access, you can pay your dues by mail, or see any Officer about how we can help get your dues paid.
In any case, please remember to renew your dues, and invite your friends, relatives and co-workers to join us. There are a lot of children and seniors that need your help, and you help hundreds of folks every year just by paying your dues.
Monday, November 30, 2015
Moose Kitchen
Open 7 Days per Week
Lunch til 8:00 PM

See our Menu under the DOCUMENTS heading!

Our Kitchen has a few specials. Come down and try them out.
1. Italian Sausage and one side item--$5.00
2. Pork Chops Dinner and two side items-$8,00
3. Filet of Fish Dinner and two side items-$8.00
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Turkey Shoot!
Our Turkey Shoot every Sunday at 1:00pm. Sign up will be at 12:00pm.
Cost $3.00 per shot
We will be here until April 1, 2016
Monday, September 21, 2015
District Meetings for 2015-2016
Our new President 2015-2016 for the District is Ron Sofield. Come to the meeting to show your support for him and our Lodge and Chapter.
Our District Meeting starts at 1:30pm-with an auction starting around 1:00pm, with lunch served before. When District Meeting is at our Lodge we need the WOTM's to bring in baked goods for the auction.

December 11-Lake Wales

January 10-Haines City
February 7-Winter Haven
March 13-South Lakeland/Mulberry
April 10-Lake Wales
May 15-Haines City (3rd Sunday because of Mother's Day)
June 12-Winter Haven
July 10-South Lakeland/Mulberry (Resume must be turn in this month for District 20 Officers for the 2016-2017)
August 14-Lake Wales (Voting for new officers for District 20)

We need you to come to the District Meeting to STAND and be COUNTED so that we can bring the plaque home each month, when we at the other Lodges.
Monday, September 21, 2015
2016 State and International Conventions
2016 State and International Conventions

Mid-Year Conference April 14-17, 2016 (Academy of Friendship)
International Convention-St. Louis - July 1-5, 2016
Annual Convention - September 15-18, 2016 (Green Cap)

Make sure you tell them you want the FBMA (Florida Bermuda Moose Ass.)
Rosen Plaza
9700 International Drive
(800) 627-8258

If you want to stay some where else
Some of us stay at the Best Western and they have a great breakfast!
8222 Jamaican Court (International Drive),
Orlando, FL, 32819, United States
Phone: 407/345-1172
Monday, September 21, 2015
Dart News for November

Dart Meeting on November 8,2015 @ 1:00 PM

We are in the last week of our Fall Session. All 3 nights have close win ratios for first and second place.

The winter session will begin the week of November 16th.

The dart banquet will be held in January for any person that has played this year in the Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday Leagues. Sheila Klingshirn is the banquet chairman. Watch for more details by the end of the year.

Current players; please remember it is your reasonability to get a sub and contact your captain prior to your being absent. If you are a no show twice you will be replaced. Also if you have not completed the session, you are not eligible to play the next 10 week period unless it has been for health reasons and the Dart Board has been made aware of your situation.
Please read the League Rules posted on the board in the hallway across from the restrooms.

Anyone wanting to play darts for the winter session will be able to sign up after current players, at the November 8, 2015 Dart Meeting at 1:00 PM in the lodge.

Patricia Hacker
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Moose Legionnaires, Fellows, and Pilgrims

It's time for all our Legionnaires
to come to the forefront !!! When
we took our oath to become a
Moose Legionnaire, it was told
to us that "We are the ones who
make things happen, the ones
who get things done!
Well, for some time now, we
haven't!! It's time to do what we
have pledged!! We're planning
to finish the painting of the building after the
roof is completed. But, we still have things
in the building, at the hut,,. and
on the grounds that need attention.
Let's all pull together and get it
done. Contact our Moose Legion
Chairman, Roger Fisher to help. We
gladly accept new and fresh ideas. We
meet on the first Monday of every month.
See you at the Lodge!
Friday, August 7, 2015
Its All About Community Service
LOOM Community Service Project are
1. We are also collecting Coats and outer wear in conjunction with Burlington Coat Factory"Warm Heart Warm Coats" any size, boy, girls adults. Make sure you ask you family and friends if they have any coats.
2. Toiletries Items, we are collecting small items like shampoo, cream rinse, hand lotion, combs,tooth brush and paste, tissues, paperback books and etc. If you want to bring the coats or other items for Christmas Goodie Bags for nursing home. A lot of our seniors have no one at Christmas and this will put a smile on their face.
You can drop it of at the LOOM's Office or you can bring it into Ronnie Stubbs at Bingo on Monday, Tuesday Night and Friday. We will be doing this until December 1. Thank you for supporting our community service project.
3. Coupons (up to 6 months expired-We are working with American Legion Post 8) just bring them into the office. You don't need to cut them.
4. The Lion's Club is still collecting old eye glasses
You can make a difference in people lives with doing a little bit, so here is you chance, if you have any of these items drop them off at the LOOM's Office. Thank you for supporting both the WOTM and LOOM Community Service Projects. We can make a DIFFERENT in our Community.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
WOTM Community Service Projects
WOTM Community Service Chairman Melinda Radlein? and her committee have 5 special project for us to work on. Community Service Committee will be collecting donations for multiple local organizations for the entire chapter year please
1. Help local children by donating food items to kidsPACK (Chef Boyardee 7.5oz microwaveable bowls: Beef Ravioli, Beefaroni, Mac and Cheese, ABC 123-Spaghetti O, Spaghetti and meatballs, Chicken and Rice. 4oz of Applesauce or mixed fruits cups, Pop tarts, Breakfast Bars, Crackers---Lance).
2. Children’s story books ages K-5 for Garner Elementary.
3. The Humane Society of Polk County ,pet food and supplies toys and towels/blankets for the Polk County Animal Control. Please help by donating to these local organizations. Donation boxes can be found in the front hallway of the lodge.
4. We will be collecting non-perishable food for Meals on Wheels.
5. Tommy Moose card sales for purchasing Tommy Moose and Bookmarkers for the local Police and Fire Departments!

Thank you from the WOTM Community Service
Monday, July 13, 2015
Moose Rewards Program - New program
It’s simple, you can earn points for sponsoring members, attending meetings, holding office, or just renewing your dues. Every member has an opportunity to participate and your points are awarded automatically without any paperwork or submissions.

Here’s what you earn for each activity:

Sponsor your FIRST ever new or re-enrolled member into the LOOM or WOTM – 6,000 points
Sponsor a new or re-enrolled member into the LOOM or WOTM – 600 points
Sponsor your FIRST ever new or re-enrolled member into the Moose Legion – 1,000 points
Sponsor a new or re-enrolled member into the Moose Legion – 250 points
Renew your Lodge or Chapter dues – 250 points
Renew your Lodge or Chapter Dues (year 1 to year 2) – 1,000 points
Renew your Moose Legion dues – 150 points
Renew your Moose Legion dues (year 1 to year 2) – 600 points
Pay dues multiple years in advance – 1,000 points
Become a Life Member – 1,000 points
Join the Moose Legion – 250 points
Become a Life Member of the Moose Legion – 600 points
Qualify for the 25 Club – 1,000 points
Attain the next division(s) within the 25 Club – 250 points
Attain a higher degree of the Order – 1,000 points
Members you sponsor renew their dues (year 1 to year 2) – 1,000 points
Members you sponsor renew their dues (year 2+) – 600 points
Members you sponsor renew their Moose Legion dues – 250 points
Attend an International Moose Convention – 1,000 points
Attend an instructor-led, live training session – 1,000 points
Complete an online training program – 600 points
Hold an elected office in your Lodge or Chapter* – 8,000 points
Hold an elected office on your Association Executive Board* – 600 points
Hold an elected office in the Moose Legion* – 1,000 points
Attend the Moose Texas Hold ‘Em tournament or future select programs – 250 points

*At least 10 months in office and still in the position on April 30th

Here’s how many points are needed to redeem for:

Annual LOOM dues for Lodges with dues between $34-$50 – 22,500 points
Annual LOOM dues for Lodges with dues between $51-$100 – 30,000 points
Annual WOTM dues – 12,500 points
Annual Moose Legion dues – 9,000 points
Registration for the International Moose Convention – 30,000 points
Contributions to Mooseheart & Moosehaven through Moose Charities* – 8,000 points
Moose gift store merchandise* – 8,000 points
Gift cards^ – 25,000 points
Bass Pro Shop
Cash^ – 25,000 points
Entry into the Texas Hold ‘Em tournament – 420,000 points
Moose cruise fees – 726,400 points

*Represents the number of points for every $10 contributed or available for purchase
^ Number of points needed for each $25 card or $25 in cash
Monday, July 13, 2015
Youth Awareness
For more than 25 years, we have organized high school students into a highly effective speakers’ bureau with the goal of educating preschool and elementary school-aged children on a variety of topics, including drug and alcohol abuse, child abuse, “stranger danger,” bullying and peer pressure, and healthy habits and nutrition.

Through Moose KidsTalks presentations, participants in the program have reached an audience more than 750,000 children throughout North America. Students also have a chance to compete for $30,000 in college scholarship money that is awarded annually through this program.

Watch for new dates for 2016

For more information about how youth can participate and for the Association Youth Awareness Congress Schedule and lists of Loyal Order of Moose & Women of the Moose Youth Awareness Coordinators, please visit our Forms/Documents section.
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Come play the fastest, and the most fun game in town!
Games start at 1:00 pm
Don’t forget your Moose Card.
Win items for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
DECEMBER 12 & 26
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Moose Call Email
Hello if you would like to get your Moose Call email to you please let me know at pinklion31@aol.com. I will add you to the email list. Thank you
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Aluminum Can Pull Tabs and Old Prescription Glasses
Aluminum Can Pull Tabs
We also help the Lion’s Club collect old prescription glasses. There is a container for them in the hall-way at the Lodge. These items are donated to Charity, and are collected on a regular basis. Help us help others by collecting and bringing in your donations. Thanks!
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Our Sunshine Children and Grandparents
We have three Sunshine Children, The Nassenstein Family- Anthony (AJ), his birthday is March and Matilda, her birthday is February 7.We now have another Sunshine child, Sylvestre Delgado, his birthday is October 11, 1999. If you would like to send them a birthday card or just a card their address is
Their Name
C/O Sunshine Department
115 James J. Davis Drive
Mooseheart, IL 60539

Our Grandparents are
Rena Croft, her birthday is February 3,and Togo Jansen, his birthday if July 12. If you would like to send them a birthday card or just a card their address is
Their Name
C/O Moosehaven
1701 Park Avenue
Orange Park, FL 32073
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
WOTM Committees Monthly Meetings
We would like to invite you to come to our meetings each month (first and third Monday at 7:00pm). You will be receiving a letter from the Senior Regent (Wilma) telling you what committee your are now on (it may have changed because we only have 4 development committees and 1 standing committee)
Our Chairmen are:
Higher Degrees Geneva Nash
Membership/Retention Margaret McWhirter
Mooseheart/Moosehaven Jeannie Chodazeck
Community Service . Melinda Radlein
Activities/Sports--- Lisa Radlein

December-Community Service
April-Higher Degree (Academy of Friendship)

Ways and Means (Green Cap)-November 1 and January 31
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Moose-Build Our Foundation May 1, 2015- - -30 April 2016
Building membership to make the Moose stronger at the core level will be our commitment during the "Moose-Build Our Foundation" campaign year.

Last year we emphasized the children at Mooseheart, our seniors at Moosehaven, and the communities in which we serve during the "Moose - Build Our Foundation"
campaign. This year we will focus on growing our lodges and chapters, our foundations, in order to support these core values.

Sign 1 Member - - -Moose-Build Our Foundation Lapel pins are presented by your lodge, chapter or Moose Legion to members that sponsor their first member during this campaign.

Sign 5 Members- - -Help replace the flooring in the Indoor Playroom at the
Student Center at Mooseheart.

Funds will be donated for every man, woman or Moose Legionnaire who qualifies by signing 5 members courtesy of your State Association, Women of the Moose and the Moose Legion,
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Safe Surfin' Foundation

Safe Surfin’

It should come as no surprise that the fraternity that cares enough about children to make Mooseheart a reality enters the 21st century with protection of children who use the Internet as a key concern. In 2008, the Moose entered into a partnership with the Safe Surfin’ Foundation, a Virginia-based organization which has been a leader in attempts to keep the Internet a safe place for children to explore.

In addition to educating children and their parents on using the Internet safely, support provided by the Moose has enabled Safe Surfin’ to expand its programs to furnishing law enforcement with computer equipment to be used to pursue Internet predators, as well as ballistic vests to protect officers while apprehending these criminals. Moose is also a strong proponent of the EZ Child ID program, which provides parents with an electronic file that contains personal information, electronic fingerprints, photographs and a video file of their children. This information is readily available to law enforcement if a child becomes lost or is abducted.

More information about the Safe Surfin’ Foundation can be found in our Forms/Documents section. To learn how your Lodge can participate, please contact Shawn Baile either by E-Mail or at 630-966-2214.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Our New Members for WOTM-November
Welcome to our New Members. We would love to meet you please stop in for meetings and events.
No Report
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Our New Members for LOOM November
LOOM Welcome to our New Members we hope to see you at our Lodge, meeting and events:

Tuesday, April 14, 2015
LOOM and WOTM Community Service Projects
Yes! LOOM- We still collect Aluminum Can Pull Tabs, we help the Lion's Club collect old prescription glasses. There is a container for them near the main door in the Lodge. Please bring in the items to help with our community service projects. Thank you for supporting your Lodge.

WOTM-We are collecting the Campbell Soup Labels and Box Tops for Education. Please save them and bring it into the WOTM Office or give it to our Moose Charities. We will do the work in counting and mailing them into Moose Charities.

Here is a list of some of the other items that we are collecting or that you can do:

1. “GoodSearch.com” By using this search engine on your computer instead of yahoo or google, Good Search will pay Moose Charities one penny for each inquiry.
2. “Goodshop.com” A percentage of up to 30 % of your purchase will also go to Moose Charities.
3. General Mill’s “Boxtops for Education” Immediate cash is sent to Moose Charities when you clip the ten-cent coupons from many General Mills products.
4. Target “Take Charge of Education” Every time you use your TARGET Redcard, Target will donate 1% of your purchase to Mooseheart schools. There are only 125 moose members enrolled in this program nationwide.
5. “Recycle for Mooseheart” This is a no brainer for all. You simply collect ink cartridges, laptop computers, cell phones including all accessories, children’s electronic games, and digital cameras from yourself, family, and local businesses.
6. Campbell’s “Labels for Education” By simply clipping the bar codes from Campbell’s soup and Pepperidge Farm products we can earn either 1 or 5 points. Think about it, if every member of this fraternity would just save one
Campbell’s soup label bar code we could receive a new van to transport our children!
7. Food Lion “Shop and Share” Simply register your MVP card - Each time you shop at Food Lion and use your card, a portion of your total grocery purchase will be donated to Mooseheart Schools.
8. “My Coke Rewards” Save the points from coke products and donate them to Mooseheart to obtain sports equipment, textbooks, school supplies and other rewards for our Mooseheart schools.
9. Tyson “Project A+” Simply clip and save the bar code from Tyson Project A+ labels and earn 24 cents for each one.
10. Terra-Cycle Terra-Cycle is a new addition to our recycle program. Trash collecting earns Mooseheart $0.02 each for items such as empty Capri Sun drink packets, Lays Chip bags, discarded candy and cookie wrappers, and many other snack and household item containers.
Terra-Cycle will in turn make backpacks, pencil cases, and other school supplies with the recycled items. Just think, all of these items would have been thrown away and they would end up in a landfill. This way we are doing our civic duty to keep America clean, green, and helping our children at Mooseheart. We are in a way picking from the “money tree” and giving to our children.
Please visit the Moose Charities website on a regular basis as we are constantly finding new programs to help Mooseheart.

Thank you for helping Moosheart School
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Central Florida Accordion Club
Central Florida Accordion Club will be meeting on the first Sunday of every month at 2:00pm-5:00pm. Come out to dance and have some fun!
Friday, December 5, 2014
Winter Haven Moose Lodge on FaceBook
We are now on FaceBook!! If you want to be a friend just send a request to us. Just a reminder we friend people most belong to the LOOM and WOTM and but some don't. So if a request comes to you please make sure you know the person before you friend them on your facebook for your safety.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
New Members
Just a reminder, when you sponsor a new member they don't become a member until their name is read on the Floor of either LOOM- 1st and 3rd Thursday or WOTM-1st and 3rd Monday of each month. Also, they need to get a TEM. Card from the LOOM or WOTM Office to be able to play or buy anything at the LODGE that is for Members Only!
Friday, August 1, 2014
This is What we do for Mooseheart
"I have now been at Mooseheart for a little over five years. I have changed a lot, but I do believe that it has been for the better. I am now more respectful, kind, and more concerned for those around me. I know what behaviors are expected in different settings and situations. I have also really Matured not just in my actions, but also in my thoughts. Through my leadership roles in sport, clubs, and Mooseheart's ROTC program, I have acquired better people skills. After all the opportunities giving to me, I wish to give them back by going into the U. S. Military.

After high school,I wish to attend Lewis University of Romeovillie,Illinois. Here, I wish to study Aviation mechanics while going through their Air Force ROTC program. I know that none of this would be possible if it weren't for the love and care from others. So, the best way to give back to those individuals is to protect their liberties and other freedoms. This, I pray, will be compensation enough for all that has been given to me our of love. Thank you for always being there for me."

Christopher Schwartz, Mooseheart Class of 2014
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Nails in the Fence
There once was a little boy who had a bad temper. His Father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer
a nail into the back of the fence. The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into
the fence. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily gradually dwindled down. He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence. Finally the day came when the boy didn't lose his temper at all. He told his father about it and the
father suggested that the boy now pull out one nail for each day that he was able to hold his temper. The days passed and the young boy was finally able to tell
his father that all the nails were gone. The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence. He said, “You have done well, my son, but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. When you say things in anger, they leave a scar just like this one. You can put a knife in a man and draw it out. But it won't matter how many times you say I'm sorry, the wound will still be there. A
verbal wound is as bad as a physical one.” Remember that friends are very rare
jewels, indeed. They make you smile and encourage you to succeed. They lend an ear, they share words of praise and they always want to open their hearts to us.
Monday, June 9, 2014
Moose Call
Any member of the LOOM----If you would like the Moose Call to be mail to you please contact the LOOM's Office or email them at lodge1023@mooseunits.org, in the email make sure that you leave your name and address.
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Update-Winter Haven Lodge NON-SMOKING Changes
In an effort to stay in front of the upcoming state edict on non-smoking, the Lodge Members and Board of Officers voted at the General Meeting

Smoking will still be allowed in the Social Quarters only.

We have been working on the plans for a designated smoking area for some time now, that will satisfy the Membership and the guidelines set forth by the state. We realize that this will not be an easy transition for anyone, so we ask your patience and understanding in accomplishing this.

Thank you.
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Update on Donor's Circle
Join the Donor's Circle today! Give from the Heart!!!!

We have a new fund raiser we will be giving a gas grill away, here is how it works: you donate $5.00 to Donor's Circle and you will receive 6 tickets for a chance to win. The drawing will be at the District meeting in September.

Together we secure the future of Mooseheart and Moosehaven. The Donors Circle recognizes donors like you for your individual tax-deductible Endowment Fund Donations. Your Endowment Fund donations are cumulative! Receive your first pin when you reach $100.00. There are 9 heart shape pins, you can receive them in $100.00, $250.00, $500.00, $750.00, $1000.00, $2,500.00, $5000.00, $7,500.00 and $10,000. You can You can go online (www.moosecharities.org/donorscircle) or give Sherry Stubbs a call at 863-409-5711. Look at the Donor's Circle pins on the flyer at the Lodge to see what each pin looks like. You can get started with a $1.00 or more
Tuesday, July 2, 2013
Blind Draw Darts
Saturday 7:00pm and Sunday 3:00pm Everyone is Welcome to Play
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Moose Call (paper) or Moosepages (online) News Letter
If you want to put something in the Moose Call it must be submitted by the 18th of the month. There is a folder in the LOOM's Office just put it in it. Please contact Katie at lodge1023mooseunits.org: Moosecall.

If you want to submit in the Moosepages I can put it in anytime. Please contact Sherry at pinklion26@aol.com (in the subject line put WH Moosepages) and/or call me at 863-409-5711.

The Moose Call will be sent to the WOTM's E-mail group. If you are not getting it please contact Sherry. If you (LOOM's Member) would like to have the Moose Call e-mail to you please send a request to the LOOM's office and we will add you to the list.
Monday, December 3, 2012
UPDATE ON New Applications and becoming a member
NEW: Cross-Sponsorship, New Re-enrollment Policy To Begin August 1st.

Members of the Loyal Order of Moose can now sponsor women into the Women of the Moose, and women may sponsor men into the LOOM. Despite this change, the sponsorship rules still require an endorser from the lodge or chapter, as well as the review and membership approval of all candidates.

As a member of the Moose we want you to bring in your family and friends, but they are not to purchase any item at the Moose Home. They are your guest until they have joined.

There is 3 things that will happened after they have filled out their applications:

1. You have a friend or family member fill out their application and you have turned it in to the office (LOOM or WOTM).
2. The application will be voted on at the next meeting.
3. They will receive a letter telling them that they are now a member of the Moose, and receive their membership card in approximately two weeks. If a temporary card is needed, it can be requested from the LOOM office or the Recorder of the Chapter.

You must be a member to play with the Dart League, Bar Bingo Monday & Friday, and Road Kill. Remember, you NEED to have your Moose ID Card on you when you come into the Lodge to play and win. These are some of the perks for being a member of any Moose Lodge.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Bar Bingo & Mini Bar Bingo
Monday and Friday Bar Bingo--start at 1:00pm to about 4:30pm. (Members Only)
Straight Line or Four Corners
Block of Nine

Mini Bar Bingo---Every Tuesday at 2:00pm---We will begin selling cards at 1:45pm-$1.00per card and 5 cards maximum per person per game.

Game 1-Straight Line or 4 Corners,
Game 2-Straight Line or 4 Corners,
Game 3-Straight Line or 4 Corners,
Game 4 Letter X
Game 5 Coverall

Come and enjoy your favorite beverage, have fun with friends and play mini bar BINGO!

You must have your Moose ID Card with you to play and to win.

Thursday, May 10, 2012
Chaplain and Prelate Message 2015-2016
Moose and Moosettes
If you know of someone or it may be yourself who is not feeling good, in the hospital or nursing home, call us!
For the Loyal Order of Moose
Please contact: Harry Nelson (please check with LOOM Office to get in touch with him)
For the Women of the Moose
Please contact: Kathy Jacobs 863-258-8705