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WOTM board of officers
Officers-Women of the Moose #1619
2019 -2020
Sr Regent: Joyce Walukiewicz
Junior Grad Regent: Linda Caturo
Junior Regent: Rose Herman
Secretary: Sharen Reardon
Recorder: Laurie Nelson
The Women of the Moose meet on the first and third Wednesday at 7 PM. All WOTM Chapter #1619 members are welcome. At 6:15 PM on the first Wednesday, we conduct an orientation session for newly enrolled members.
WOTM committee chairs
Committee Chairs
Higher Degree:                Elaine Dougan
Mooseheart/Moosehaven: Denise Ernest
Community Service:         Barb Mueller
Membership Retention:    Elaine Dougan
Sports & Activities:          Deborah Luce
Guides:                          Claire & Debbie Achey 
The Board of officers has established activities for the upcoming year.
This activity schedule can be viewed by clicking here.
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.
Who are the Women of the Moose?

The Women of the Moose, established in I9I3, is a unit of Moose International, Inc. We have over 1400 Chapters throughout the United States and Canada with a membership exceeding 400,000 women. Port Charlotte Women of the Moose Chapter #1619 has a membership exceeding 1,600 women. In addition to our ongoing Community Service efforts, the Chapter sponsors a child at Mooseheart and an adult at Moosehaven.

The Women of the Moose provides social, sports, family and community service opportunities in a fraternal setting. Members of the Women of the Moose dedicate many volunteer hours to those in need, not only in their own Chapters but, more importantly, to those in their communities.

The main objectives of the Women of the Moose
are to:
• assist in the support and maintenance of a I ,000-acre community and school in Illinois
called "Mooseheart," for babies, children and teens from throughout North America who, for whatever reason, lack a stable horne.

• assist in the support and maintenance of a 65-acre retirement community near Jacksonville, Florida called "Moosehaven," where dependent senior members and their spouses may enjoy their golden years together in dignity, comfort and fun .

• conduct a myriad of Community Service projects that have resulted in a total value of more than $40 million annually.

• work together to give a helping hand to members and their families in time of need..
Jun Vol of the Month
Harbor Style magazine
Women of the Moose in
HarborStyle Magazine!

A great story about our local
Chapters in SW Florida.
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