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Loyal Order of Moose &
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Moose membership is open to men and women aged 21 and older; the applicant cannot: Be a member of a terrorist group or recognized subversive organization; Be a registered sex offender or convicted felon.
READ THIS, as it is often forgotten and delays the new member from getting his/her Moose card: the applicant and his/her sponsor must properly complete and sign the official membership application.
Download from this page or pick up an application at the bar. Once completed give it,and the annual dues (cash or check), to the Lodge Administrator or WOTM Recorder.
| Board of Officers, 2019 - 2020
|| Steve Snedeker
| Jr. Governor:
|| Kieran Staiano
|| Joe Lanigan
|| Kevin Woods
| 1-Year Trustee:
|| Tom Hasse
| 2-Year Trustee:
|| Paul Jackomin, Sr
| 3-Year Trustee:
|| David Jones, Jr
|Jr Past Governor:
|| Pat Russell
|| Bill Birk
The elected officers of Lodge 2121 meet on the second and forth Thursday at 6:00 PM.
All members in good standing are invited and encouraged to attend the monthly Lodge meeting on either the 2nd or 4th Thursday of every month at 7:00 PM in order to learn about Lodge business as well as to bring any Lodge business affecting the member to Board of Officers attention.
We conduct two meeting so a member has a chance to attend at least one a month
Feel free to discuss any concerns you have with any of the officers, but remember - you must attend the Lodge meeting on the second or fourth Thursday of any month to ensure that your concern(s) is heard by the Board of Officers.
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