The leaves are turning colors and frost is supposed to hit this weekend. I do believe that fall is here and winter is right around the corner. On November 14th Ron Kroes is running a meat and lobster raffle for the Lodge. It will go from 1:30 to 4:30pm in the afternoon. Beside the meat and lobster raffle
there will be special raffles, 50/50’s and door prizes. On Wednesday Nov. 25th the Lodge is having its annual Thanksgiving Bash with plenty of door prizes, 50/50’s and music for your enjoyment. It’s a perfect way to start out a Holiday weekend.
Since the Lodge is taking on a lot of controversy from the state on the Queen of Hearts raffle there will be a final drawing on November 13th. Tickets will be sold from 6pm to 9pm and one person will win 1/2 of the pot and 1/2 of ticket sales. There will be NO pre buys. This is a decision has been made by all of your Officers of the Board.
Once again brought by popular demand your Lodge will be having a New Year’s Eve Party. The cost is $80.00 a couple and includes champagne at 12pm and open bar form 7:30 to 12:30. Rail drinks and 12oz beer only and if you want call or top shelf you pay the difference in the price. We will have
a deadline and if the numbers aren’t there it will be cancelled. Music will also be provided for your enjoyment at this event. The Lodge has booked a bus for the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting at Mooseheart. This is your opportunity to meet the kids from Wisconsin House and tour the city. The
cost is $20.00 a person for the bus trip and a meal on the way home at another lodge. There will be another $10.00 charge if you want to attend the Senior Pictures Luncheon at Mooseheart Auditorium. This is your way of finding out what this great fraternity is all about. Sign-up sheets are in the Social Quarters and the event is on Saturday December 5th.
If you know someone who wants to join the Lodge please sign them up. The lodge is down on new members to meet our quota. It’s a great gift idea also for the Holidays. So don’t miss out on all the things happening in the Lodge.
Thank you for all that you do.
John Buchaklian - Administrator