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From the Desk of the Administrator
As most of you may have heard, beginning August 1st, cross sponsoring is now available.
What this means to you:
A man may now sponsor a woman for membership in the WOTM Chapter, and conversely
a woman may now sponsor a man in the Lodge. The procedure is no different; if
the application is for a woman the application goes to the Chapter and if it is for
a man it goes to the Lodge. There are no changes in fees or the approval process.
This does bring about a whole new scenario. Since anyone can sponsor a man or a
woman, all guests now become prospective members. Therefore they are only allowed
two visits; after that, they must join or they no longer can come in as a guest.
The only exceptions are minor children of members, or the spouse of a member. They
can always come in as a guest. They must be signed in.
As you can imagine, the logistics of implementing these changes are going to be a
work in progress. Please be patient as we try to make this transition as seamless
for Honors received at the Moose International Convention held in Las Vegas this
Academy of Friendship
College of Regents
Mark your calendars:
Halloween Costume Dinner & Dance—October 25
Music by the Breeze
Spaghetti & Meatballs, Salad,
Garlic Bread & Dessert
Door Prizes & Surprises
Best Costume Prizes
(Male & Female)
$10.00 per person
Mark your calendars:
2nd Hand Treasure Sale
October 4, 2014 7:30 - 4:00
Summer cleaning? Need more space in your garage or storage area? Redecorating?
Donations Needed - books, clothes, household items, toys, furniture, etc.
Please see Terri Moore* to schedule pick-up or bring to items to the sale at 6:30
*For phone number to reach Terri, please check the Treasure Sale sign on the bulletin
board at the lodge.
Congratulations to John Hinkle!
If you’ve ever been to the lodge early in the morning, you’ve probably seen John
Hinkle in there working. In fact, any time of the day you might catch him doing
something - receiving groceries, changing light bulbs, setting up for Friday Fish
Fry,working in the kitchen, repairing whatever is broken, pulling weeds, doing the
set-up for the women’s meeting, engineering a creative way of helping the Lodge run
smooth -whatever is needed, and always with a smile and a positive attitude. John
was recognized for his efforts at the annual Arizona/New Mexico Moose Association
Conference on August 29 as Glendale’s Moose of the Year 2014.