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First what is the Moose Fraternity?
An International organization of men and women, dedicated to caring for young and old, bringing communities closer together and celebrating life.
What does this mean?
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About Your New Lodge
Under the OKMA Lodges tab you will find a page for each lodge in the Association. Those pages list
Your lodge will have one or more rooms outside the Social Quarters. These room are used for meetings of the Lodge to discuss Moose business, and for activities such as bingo, dinners, dances or other similar events.
These other areas of the Lodge may be utilized by members for private social functions, if you are interest in this please discuss with your Lodge Administrator because guidelines are different for each Lodge.
Social Quarters Policies
The following are general policies for all lodges details will vary from lodge to lodge.
The General Laws of the Order authorize a Lodge to operate a “Social Quarters’ for use by members and qualified guests. Only members can make purchases and guest must be accompanied by the member. Qualified Guests include:
The House Committee (or at times a joint committee) controls and supervises all aspects of the Social Quarters. The House Committee is comprised of the elected officers of the lodge and the Junior Past Governor and will establish the following guidelines
A high standard of conduct is required within the Social Quarters and privileges may be suspended or revoked for violation of decorum. Use of the Social Quarters is a privilege of membership and not a right.
What’s Going On At The Lodge
Lodges in the OK Moose Association use several different methods to communicate the following
Lodges utilize several methods to to communicate with members, listed here in the order of most often used
Please talk to your Lodge Administrator for specific details for your lodge.
As a member of the Loyal Order of Moose you are eligible to receives several benefits in the way of discounts. Utilization of these discounts can often times save you more money than the cost of your annual dues.
Your Moose Benefits are broken down into four categories: Entertainment, Health and Wellness, Insurance Discounts and Travel Programs. These benefit include discounts on shopping, entertainment tickets, tee times, hotels, car rentals, vacations, insurance and medical expenses. All of these discounts range from 5% -
An information pamphlet covering the details of these benefits was included in your new member packet. These pamphlets are also available at your lodge. Detailed information is also available on the Moose International website www.mooseintl.org Simply enter the Members Area and click the Member Benefits button or in your bimonthly Moose Magazine
The Women of the Moose
The Women of the Moose, founded in 1913, is a unit of Moose International with more than 400,000 women in approximately 1,400 chapters in 49 states and four Canadian provinces. Funds raised by the WOTM are used to assist in maintaining and caring for the needs of our children at Mooseheart and senior members at Moosehaven.
The WOTM also take an active role in the civic affairs programs of their communities by volunteering to various organizations.
The WOTM assist the local Lodge when necessary and work together with the members of the LOOM in planning many activities.
The WOTM, known as co-
Higher Degrees of the Loyal Order of Moose
The Moose Legion is known as the Degree of Service. The purpose of this degree is to band together the loyal and devoted Moose members who desire to make further contributions to the humanitarian objectives of our Order while providing fun and entertaining activities for members and their families.
The Fellowship Degree of Honor is an honorary degree of the Loyal Order of Moose conferred only upon Moose Legionnaires who are recommended by the Fellows of their Lodge and approved by the Pilgrim Council. The official regalia of a Fellow is a French-
The Pilgrim Degree of Merit is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a member of the Loyal Order of Moose. This Degree is conferred only in the House of God at Mooseheart and comes as a reward for extraordinary service to the Order. The official regalia of a Pilgrim is a gold blazer featuring the Pilgrim logo, coordinated necktie, white shirt and black trousers.
The Council of Higher Degrees is made up of members of both the Loyal Order of Moose and the Women of the Moose higher degree holders, with the main responsibility and goal to aid the Lodges, Chapters and Moose Legions in the retention of active dues paying members through personal contact.
Loyal Order of Moose
Moose International issues a Charter to each Lodge giving permission to operate as a unit of the Loyal Order of Moose. As such, every member is bound together in fraternal service to each other and the organization, and must abide by The General Laws of the Order.
Each Lodge of the LOOM belongs to a Moose District comprised of several Lodges, which in turn is part of a state or provincial association, and finally, a member of Moose International.
The OK Moose Association not only provides support to lodge for their fraternal programs but also runs semi-
In conclusion I will quote part of Our Enrollment Ceremony
“As new members of our Order, you are charged with two essential obligations. The first is to protect those within our Order. This includes your fellow members, your families, and your fraternity itself, which includes the work of Mooseheart and Moosehaven. Secondly, there is the obligation to strengthen our membership. This calls for your best efforts to encourage those qualified friends, relatives, and associates to join with us. By sponsoring them into our Order, you will not only help us grow, but you will be sharing all the benefits and privileges of this Order with others.”
A membership application was included in your new member packet they are also available at your lodge or online by clicking the appropriate box to the right.
On behalf of the OK Moose Association welcome to the Moose Fraternity. We hope to see you at the lodge. Thank you for your time and we hope this presentation was informative.
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