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Saturday, September 2, 2017
A Note from Director General Scott D. Hart
We had a fantastic convention in Tampa, Florida and if you missed it, I hope you take the time to read the reports online. So much good is happening at Mooseheart, Moosehaven and in our fraternal units in 2017 and is being planned for the years ahead. The name and brand identity of our New Moose Experience was unveiled – Lodgic Everyday Community. The first location will be in Champaign, Illinois. Time was spent discussing how we as Moose should be the friendliest place in town and my year visiting Lodges throughout our fraternity in an “undercover boss” role. Some Lodges are doing an excellent job on creating a warm, welcoming environment for members and guests; others have plenty of room for improvement. I will continue to make unannounced visits to Lodges and hope to be welcomed with firm handshakes and plenty of smiles. See you soon! If you have a concern or idea you’d like to share with me, use our online form: “Tell the Director General”.
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Brothers and Coworkers,

I join Sid in expressing appreciation for all the volunteers who gave of their time to help with the picnic. From organizing, selling tickets, set-up, cooking, serving food, running games, taking tickets, and bartending, to break-down and clean-up: I thank you for making the day a success. The officers are already making plans for next year’s event to make it better.
Moose International has established a Valued Veterans program. In addition to a special membership card, there will be pins, certificates, and ceremonies to recognize Moose members who have served our country.
The first step is to be recognized as a veteran. All nominees must “Self-Identify” as veterans in the “My Member Record” section of the Moose International website to be eligible. To begin, pull up your membership record and log-in using your established username and password. If you are a first time user, you will need to set up a user profile before you can manage your member information online. This is a one-time process.
After you have successfully logged-in, check the box next to Valued Veteran under Membership Information. We encourage you at this time to look over the rest of your record and please update any other information that might be inaccurate (current address, phone number, etc.) Once all of the information in your Membership Record is updated, click Save. You have now Self-Identified! Please see the “Lodge Program Components” section to learn of the special recognition aspects that you will enjoy in the program.
If you prefer, you may also let me know that you are a Valued Veteran by filling out the form on the bulletin board in the Social Quarters and giving it to a bartender. I will then update your membership record.
Don’t forget, Moose International has extended the First Responder Membership Campaign through the end of December, and has added two categories – National Guard members and border patrol officers – to the list of included responders. Let’s offer these community-spirited individuals a membership in our great family fraternity.

Moose International is again sponsoring lodge grants. We have applied for a grant that would update our walk-in cooler. Let’s hope our lodge receives monies for this project.

Rod Grine
P.S. Join us for hamburgers at Pickin’ in the Park
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