Sun Noon - 8:00PM
Mon 3PM - 9PM
Tue 11AM - 11PM
Wed 11AM - 11PM
Thur 11AM - 11PM
Fri 11AM - Midnight
Sat Noon - Midnight
HOURS OF OPERATION
MONDAY, AUGUST 31st
5PM - 7PM
FAMILY DINNER NIGHT - $7
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I want to personally thank those who have helped with lunches and Monday Night Dinners: Ladine Brick, Larry Lewis, Tyra Berning, Donna Schanks, Bob Brick, Paul Pankewicz, Al Wanek; Jeff See, Stephanie Wanek, The Bricks, Tim Coppe, Tammy Coppe, and to anyone I have missed I do apologize, but please know-thank you! And to Gary Woods, for his wings at the Cross Town Classic Party - I am having a hard time deciding which is better, the wings or his homemade blue cheese dressing. Can’t wait for fall to try them again!
As the summer winds down a huge thank you to those who have either chaired or volunteered their time to help make our summer events a success! I am told I have limited space to name each and everyone of you, but you know who you are and THANK YOU!
A special thank you to Chris Bell, for assisting the board with the day to day operations of the lodge, as we go through administration challenges and changes.
We have several upcoming events, a few open to the public, please help spread the word! Evenings filled with great food, good music, and awesome people! Please visit our website, Facebook page or the Lodge Bulletin Board for details! Don’t forget, if you would like to receive weekly eblasts of upcoming events, just drop your name and email address in the LOOM mailbox that is located under the bulletin board in the social quarters. Brother Provo would be happy to add you to the list. THANKS BOB - for your time in making sure our members stay informed!
WOTM, thank you for your continued support of the lodge and all your hard work. Tammy Coppe, your hard work and dedication does not go unnoticed and I just want to say thanks!
Watty, for everything you do that goes over your call of duty-THANK YOU!
Donna Schanks, Thank you, for being a team player!
Thank you Bill & Theresa Woods for your dedication and support of our annual Carshow & Lodge Raffle! Again, you have exceeded our expectations and the board thanks you!
WOTM Senior Regent
Wow - summer seems like it got off to a late start and now fall is approaching.
I need to thank a lot of members:
Nancy Brenczewski for organizing the Back to School drive. Also everyone who donated the much needed school items.
To the volunteers who went to the Plainfield Fest to represent the Moose Lodge. Awesome Job!
Big thank you to the members who came out to support the WOTM dinner on July 31st. A BIG shout out to the COOKS and SERVERS!!!
To Mary McCarthy, Diane Liske, Karre Schultz and Tyra Berning for helping with the WOTM table, selling breakfast rolls, snow cones & desserts, during the car show! To the women who made baked goods to sell! I am so grateful for your help and support. I hope EVERYONE had a great time!
Many thanks to ALL our volunteers both MEN and WOMEN who help make all the events fun and successful. We are looking forward to events that are coming up. Like the Chili Dump, pumpkin decorating contest, Oktoberfest, Christmas in October. . Please check the website and Facebook and the lodge for more information. Volunteers are always needed, appreciated and are welcomed. If you would like to lend a hand or want to chair an event, please let me know . . . We would love to work with you!!!!
Thank you to the WOTM Board of Officers. Thank you for all you do!
We encourage all members to join us on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month for our chapter meeting. All are welcomed to attend. Hope to see you there!
If you ever have any questions, suggestions or anything please feel to call me. See you at the Lodge.
LODGE IS OPEN FOR LUNCH
TUESDAY'S THRU FRIDAY
SERVING DAILY SPECIALS
NOON - 2PM
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH
2ND & 4TH SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH UNTIL MAY 2016
Our Moose Lodge Gets A New Character
We recently accepted a new addition to our Lodge thanks to the generous donation and kind thoughts of members, Heather and Evan Nelson. This donation comes with a warm meaningful story.
While they were visiting Northern Wisconsin, they attended an outdoor fest that included a local chain saw artist, auctioning off his sculptured animals. One of his quality pieces being auctioned was a head sculpture of a Moose. As the auctioneer worked the bidding over $200.00, he accidently knocked the sculpture off the stand and broke the antler ears in half. This stunned not only the artist and the crowd, but also negated all bids on the damaged Moose. The sculpture, in everyone’s opinion was now useless and not wanted.
Until our Moose member Evan Nelson stepped forward and said he would pay $200.00 for the Moose, “as is”. The artist, without hesitation or questioning said “SOLD”. The Nelson’s took the injured Moose home to Illinois to cure the Moose’s antlers with a little wood artistry and varnish. Heather gave it a little more TLC by engraving “Lodge 2491” into the antlers. To the surprise of our members, they gifted the sculptured Moose to the Lodge during our annual Car Show.
When the Nelson’s told the story of how the Moose got damaged and they instantly purchased it with the thought of saving this Moose and giving it a good home, they were asked why they would? They’re comments were “Because it's similar to what the Moose organization does, rescues rejected troubled kids and finds them a good home”.
So next time you’re at the Lodge, be sure pat our new mascot for luck, located inside the front entrance of the Lodge, and hopefully you’ll run into Evan and Heather to tell them thanks for their pride and fraternalism for Mooseheart.
Contributed by Brother Bob Provo
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