Effective June 1, 2016 the Lodge is moving to a new facility located at 4011 La Crescenta Ave., La Crescenta, CA, 91214 (Verdugo Hills Memorial Hall).
We will be a tenant in the building with access to all areas. Our office will be on the bottom floor with handicapped access.
This facility has available kitchen, bar, dance floor, and bingo.
During the moving time the office and phones will not be operational. We will send out an email when everything is online.
As we become operational our first order of business is to have an Open House.
When the date is posted, please make every effort to attend and meet the newly-elected Officers and mingle with the local community guests. We will have food and entertainment for your enjoyment at no cost!
Watch your Call of the Moose and check the website for dates on activities planned for May and June.
Don Thompson, Administrator
Surprise! Surprise! Surprise! Members, we have a building to call our home. The Glendale Moose Lodge 641 will be occupying the building as of June 1, 2016. The building is located at 4011 La Crescenta Ave., Montrose, CA 91214.
Per the membership’s wishes, we have signed a three-year lease with the Verdugo Hills Memorial Hall management. Presently, we are planning the logistics for the move. We will be very busy between now and June 1, 2016. We will keep the members advised via our Lodge website and e-mail.
On April 11, 2016 the election for Lodge Officers was held and their installation was held on April 25, 2016. The results are noted below:
Governor, Richard Burrola
Junior Governor, John McCoy
Administrator, Don Thompson
Junior Past Governor, Frank Rubino
Trustees: Jack Wunderlich, Horst Enke
and Al Garcia
On April 16, 2016 the elected Officers received their Officer Leadership Training at the Bellflower Lodge.
Now, let’s get back to our new home. The Officers are committed to having a variety of activities. There will be something for everyone to support and enjoy. The prime purpose is to promote the growth of
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Pilgrim Albert Garcia of Glendale Lodge 641 passed away Monday, May 23, 2016. He received his Pilgrim Degree on June 2, 2012. A public viewing will be held June 16th between 6 and 9 pm at Felipe Bogues Mortuary, 1930 E. First St., Los Angeles, CA 90033. Their phone number is 323-268-0759. In lieu of flowers - for the viewing and the Pilgrim Memorial - the family requests donations to Moose Charities, especially for Mooseheart in his honor.
The family wants a Pilgrim Memorial. We will let you know when it is scheduled.
The meeting night has changed! The new night for Officer and membership meetings is the 2nd and 4th MONDAYS of every month. Officers at 7PM, members at 8PM with complimentary refreshments.
The next District #15 breakfast and meeting will be on Sunday, June 26, 2016 at the Reseda Lodge 9AM.
As of June 1, 2016 the Lodge will be relocating to 4011 La Crescenta Ave. Montrose Ave., Montrose, CA 91214.
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.