Well, now is the time to celebrate the transition from a meeting hall to a full event-capable location.
With the new dance floor and extra parking area, the Lodge is eager to begin events to fulfill our goal of "back to basics." Mooseheart and Moosehaven are depending on us!!
We have the opportunity of at least two events a month and more. Suggestions will be greatly appreciated, so come forward and have your say at the next meeting on October 10, 2016.
Free refreshments served beginning at 6:30pm. House Committee at 6pm, Officers meeting at 7pm and general membership meeting at 8pm.
Some topics for discussion: dances, bingo, football dates, raffles, taco nights, Special Olympics, local community events, and more.
Volunteers needed for Sunday pancake breakfasts! Sign up now!
Soooooooooo, come on down...let's get started. !!!!!!!!!!
Don Thompson, Administrator
On August 21, 2016 the Lodge held a memorial service in tribute to our Moose Brother Al Garcia, who passed away on May 23, 2016. The service was presented by a ritual team consisting of Moose Pilgrims, Moose Fellows and Moose Legionnaires. The family of Al Garcia attended the service as well as approximately 30 guests. A luncheon was held after the service for all who attended.
Many who attended saw the Glendale Lodge for the first time and expressed their positive remarks about our new home.
The September/October issue of the Call of the Moose will have a calendar of activities and we urge all of our members to attend. We really need your input for future events that would attract both the millennials and the older members. Being an older member myself, my wife Maria and I enjoy dinner and dancing, but this may not sound too appealing to those in the 25-40 age group. We must reach out to the millennial age group in order to promote membership growth in our Lodge.
Secondly, it is very important that we have your email address. The Call of the Moose and other Lodge information is communicated to you through email. Please do not assume that we have your email address. Call the Lodge on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday between 11:00a.m. and 3:00p.m. The Lodge’s new phone number is (818) 957-7133. The Lodge email address is: email@example.com. The Lodge website is: www.theglendalemoose.com.
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The meeting night and location has changed! The new night for Officer and membership meetings is the 2nd and 4th MONDAYS of every month. House Committee at 6pm, Officers at 7pm, members at 8pm with complimentary refreshments. The next meeting is scheduled for October 10.
As of June 1, 2016 the Lodge has relocated to the Verdugo Hills Memorial Hall, 4011 La Crescenta Ave., Glendale, CA 91214-3830. New phone and FAX number is (818) 957-7133.
NFL SUNDAY FOOTBALL continues Sunday, October 9 at 1pm. Come and watch on our big-screen TV. Hot dogs and bowls of chili will be available for $2.00 each.
Taco Nights start on Friday, September 30 at 6:00pm. Come out to the Lodge for 2 tacos for $5.00.
Coming in October: Octoberfest! On Saturday, October 15 we will hold a dinner & dance to celebrate Octoberfest. Bratwurst, German Potato Salad, Sauerkraut, Roll & Butter for $15/person. After dinner, dance to the Bobby Z Band. Call the Lodge office to reserve your spot.
On September 27, October 25 & November 29, 2015 the Glendale Moose Lodge #641, in cooperation with The Knights of Columbus Council #1920, hosted pancake breakfasts for members of Glendale Fire Stations. During the breakfasts, the Battalion Commanders were presented with "Tommy Moose" dolls--one dozen for each station. "Tommy Moose" is a friendly, playful, cuddly moose doll whose sole purpose is to bring comfort to children in times of stress, uncertainty or anxiety, calming them and giving them a soothing object to refocus their attention toward while emergency aid takes place.