News and Updates

The meeting night and location 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 meeting is scheduled for July 25.


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.


There will be a memorial service held at the address above for Albert H. Garcia on Sunday, August 21, 2016 from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Refreshments will be served.


The next District #15 breakfast and meeting will be on Sunday, July 23, 2016 at Simi Valley Lodge 9AM. It will be followed by the District Picnic from Noon until 6pm. Raffles, games, BBQ, swimming pool and fun, so please come out and enjoy the day.

Dear Members,
Effective June 1, 2016 the Lodge is moving to a new facility located at 4011 La Crescenta Ave., Glendale, CA, 91214 (Verdugo Hills Memorial Hall). New phone number: 818-957-7133.

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 July and August.

Yours fraternally,
Don Thompson, Administrator
 

Governor's Corner

The Glendale Moose Lodge has a new home. On May 31, 2016 we started to move to our new location. The lodge is located at 4011 La Crescenta Ave., Glendale, CA 912104-3830. The new office phone number is (818) 957-7133. We are sharing the building with the American Legion Post 288, who own the facility. We have signed a lease for three years with an option to lease for another three years. Hopefully, with future membership growth, it may become feasible for us to purchase our own facility, which is our ultimate goal.

The main floor consists of a ladies and men’s handicap restrooms and a very large dance floor. This is where the Lodge events and activities will be conducted. There are stairs which take you downstairs to where the Lodge office is located, a social quarters bar, a ladies and men’s handicap restrooms, a kitchen and an area where we can conduct our Lodge meetings. There are three entrances to the facility. The front entrance has a few steps to climb that take you into the main dance floor area. Just to the right of the steps, there is a handicap entrance which takes you to the main dance floor area as well. There is a handicap entrance jus to the left of the front steps which will take you downstairs.

It has been a hectic two months trying to get settled. In July, the dance floor is being removed and replaced with new wood flooring and the HVAC system is being upgraded. We hope to be completely operational as a Lodge by the end of August.

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Don's Corner


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.