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Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Community Service:
Relay for Life

Happy Spring, friends! We weren’t able to do a gob sale due to a scheduling conflict with the kitchen. We had to put it off until the fall. We will take orders in the fall.
The Bark for Life is at the Windber Rec Park May 10th. There is a Windber Bark for Life Facebook page that you can like. You will get all the latest information there. You can register your dog online under the Windber Bark for Life page under the American Cancer Society also. Preregistration isn’t necessary but it helps us plan and it’s less you have to deal with at the event. There is a lot going on that day and you don’t need a dog to come and check it out! Our relay team will be selling porkettes at the park. You can also order porkettes at the Moose lodge and pick them up there. There is an order form at the bar. Please pay with your order so the people preparing the sandwiches don’t have to deal with money.
Luminaria’s are on sale so pick up those at the lodge. You can decorate them in honor of, or in memory of your loved one who has battled cancer. Please fill out the form and be sure to mark it as honor or memory so that it is recognized at the relay event. We ask for a $5 donation with each luminaria.
The relay is July 11-12 from 10 am until 10 am. There is a signup sheet for walkers on the bulletin board. Please sign up and take an envelope so that you can get your family and friends to sponsor you.
Thank you so much for your continued support of our relay team.

God Bless,
Susan Shaffer, Co-captain
Windber Moose Relay for Life team



Tom Beard Memorial Scholarship Pool Tournament

Thank you to all who came and participated and helped for the 2nd annual Tom Beard Memorial Scholarship Pool Tournament held on March 29th. The lodge rented four pool tables for the upstairs, giving us six tables for the tournament. It made the day run very smoothly. Forty pool shooters signed up to show off their billiard skills. At the end of the day Jordan Skanlan was the winner! He remained undefeated throughout the entire tournament. Congratulations to him! Second place went to Jacob Humphries, 3rd to Bud Ream, 4th to Jon Singer, 5th to Mike Keim, 6th to Ryan Miller, 7th to Roger Miller, Sr and 8th to Alex Moses. The total payout was $400. The pool tournament raised $1756 for the scholarship fund! Everyone had a good time. There are still shirts for sale if anyone is interested. They are $10 each, with the 2XL and 3XL being $12. Thank you again for all the help and participation! It was a good day honoring a great man.

Cory Shaffer, Pool tournament organizer
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Brothers and Coworkers,

Applications for a Lodge 349 scholarship award are available in the Social Quarters. Any 2014 graduating senior that will be continuing their education, whose parent is a member in good standing with the Lodge, is eligible. All details are on the application and are due back to any officer on or before July 21, 2014.
Please remember to update your membership records with Moose International or at the lodge if you have a change of address, name. phone number or email. We get mail returned to us from each mailing the lodge has. The post office only forwards for six months; your membership renewals are only mailed once a year. You could be missing out.
Moose International has ended its “Sponsor two, get free dues” campaign. Several of our members took advantage of this special and got a year of free dues compliments of MI. Also ending is the $0 application fee. As of May 01, 2014 a new applicant must submit dues of $50 plus $20 application fee.
My congratulations go out to the lodge officers who will be serving with me in the coming year. Thank you for caring enough about your lodge to dedicate so much of your time to make it successful.

Fraternally,
Rod Grine
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