Dance – Dance – Dance!
If you haven’t heard, Glendale Moose Lodge 641 is back in the swing of things. Our short-term goal is to have one dance a month with a live band. Check your email for your “Call of the Moose.” Get the dates and times, then call to make your reservations. We will have food at each occasion so the reservations help us to have enough for everyone!
Some volunteers to help on the occasions would be appreciated. If you are able, call the office and place your name and times available. Many hands make large tasks easy!
Let’s fill the calendar with local community service and support our main mission by building attendance and membership.
Don Thompson, Administrator
Meetings are on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of every month. Officers meet at 7pm and members at 8pm with complimentary refreshments provided. The next meeting is scheduled for Monday, June 12, 2017.
Calling all Moose Riders! Glendale Moose Lodge #641 and Mint Canyon Moose Lodge #2173 are sponsoring a Poker Run on Saturday, June 24, 2017. The riders will start at Glendale and visit Reseda, Mint Canyon & Simi Valley Lodges, picking up playing cards at each location. Then return to Glendale for a dinner of chili dogs and dancing to "Phil 'N the Blanks." Entry fee is $25 for single and $45 for double riders. Prizes will be awarded for highest hand, second-highest hand and lowest hand. Call the Lodge office at 818-957-7133 to reserve your spot today!
Have you ever wondered why our fraternity chose the “moose” as our standard? If you don’t know the answer, please take the time to read this article. The “moose” is a very large and majestic animal that guards the younger members of his herd. The “moose” fights stubbornly for the protection of his own. In order to live, the “moose” takes only what he needs. He loves freedom. The “moose” doesn’t take away from others. The “moose” takes his stand high among the clouds.
Now, compare this majestic animal to the mission of our fraternity:
To provide, support and protect children in need. This is accomplished at Mooseheart, our Child City. Since its founding in 1913, Mooseheart has provided thousands of children with an excellent education and home. Mooseheart is all about second chances and brighter futures for the children that live there.
To provide for our retired senior Moose members and their spouses. This is accomplished at Moosehaven, our City of Contentment. Here the residents enjoy a wide variety of things to do, such as swimming in the large indoor swimming pool, bowling, dances, special dinners, arts and crafts and many more activities.
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On April 29th the Lodge hosted a Spring Fling Dance. Members enjoyed a dinner of prime rib roast beef dip sandwiches, potato salad, pickles and dessert. After dinner they danced to the Generation Gap Band.The next event is the Poker Run on Saturday, June 24, 2017.
The run will start at the Glendale Lodge, visit Reseda, Mint Canyon & Simi Valley Lodges, then return to Glendale for a dinner of chili dogs and dancing to "Phil 'N the Blanks." Tickets are $25 for single and $45 for double riders. Call the Lodge at 818-957-7133 to make your reservation.