To All Our Loyal Moose Brothers:
There comes a time in every organization
when change is inevitable.
Well, we are at that point; change is upon us.
As most of you are aware by now, our old location on
has closed. This is
not a bad thing.
With change comes new beginnings and that is where we are at.
Your new Board of Officers is diligently
looking for new quarters to house our Lodge, but we need to know
your interest. Are you with us to save our Lodge?
In the past, many mistakes have been made
but not intentionally.
The former officers could only do so much, and believe us
they tried. But
today starts a new beginning with new officers coming from many
walks of life, and quite a few of them have a background of
running or owning their own small business. We bring this up
because, after all, the Moose Lodge is a small business.
As for you, we ask for your respect and
trust in us to bring our Lodge back to its glory days. But in
order for us to meet this task, we need to fund this cause.
So today we are starting the Save the Moose
Lodge #1429 campaign. We ask that all members donate a minimum
of $20.00 to the campaign. If all members were to donate this
amount, we would be well on our way to opening a new Lodge and
get thing rolling. Please know our books will always be open for
any memberís evaluation and comments; after all, we truly want
If you are interested in helping to keep
our Moose Lodge Charter open, please send your donations to the
post office box above. (Please note this is the same PO Box we
have had for years)
Thanking you in advance, we look forward to
The Board of Officers
Joel Duckworth, Gov.
Robert August, Jr. Gov.
Randy Clark, Prelate
Rick Oberling, Trustee
Bobby Lynn, Admin.