Marinette Moose Lodge

Lodge 2327/ Chapter 1900

Please Note Lodge is Closed till 7/23 due to Covid-19


A few changes coming from the campground Committee that all campers should be aware of.
1. We are currently working on a new numbering system for the campground to comply with State mandates. Also, a picture book has been developed by Rockie Francour of all the campsites. More to come as we finalize the numbering system. ( Thank you Rockie for all your help )
2. The procedure for campground reservations beginning January 1, 2021 has changed. To re-serve an early reservation you may call on New Years Day from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon leaving your name and phone number only. After the list is compiled I will get back to you within a couple of days. After these reservations are verified the remaining reservations will be on a first-come basis by direct contact with me. Phone 715-923-0277
3. The annual campground meeting date has been changed from the 3rd Sunday of the month of March to the 4th Sunday of March.
A special thank you goes out to Rockie and
Adam Francour for repairing and painting the
woodshed. Looks Great
Please take note of these changes
Thank you
John Quick

Enrolled were Nick Smith, William Brunette, James Jensen, John Bellisle,
Alan Vollmer Sr., Tom Mailand, Ali Karamyar their sponsors were Richard Dollhopf Jr., Bob Britz, Jim Herson, Michael Zelm, Jim Kostura, Larry Liljestrand. Welcome Brothers

Wow. Ten days before the Haunted House, and we are able to put the outside walls up. All set to go, and Jeremy Jones, and Tom Bero and I moved the picnic tables out and hung the outside walls with a minimum of problems. This would allow for the Children’s movie to play in more darkness. Next year, we will need at least two more people to make it an easier job.
Six days to go, and time for the interior walls. Jeremy Jones and Tom Bero and I start the project. Brad Bovin, Tom Techmier, Don Lorenz, Matt Harris, and more arrive. The interior walls go up without too many problems. The yellow lights come down, and the colored bulbs go up. Rooms are assigned.
And then the bottom fell out. One of our big contributors had a family issue and had to drop out. I was devastated. I did not think it would come together. I held it together inside, but was not sure how it would turn out…
Then the Marinette Moose Lodge members came through. I received statements of, “Give me some rooms,” and “I will make it happen!” From the lowest of lows to the highest of highs. I know what my Drama Director in High School felt like. The Haunted house came together better than I expected. This was a great success. The rooms were praised by all that went through it. I received remarks on the superb make-up, thank you, Erin Harris. The rooms, Spider room, Skulls room, Reverse butcher, Clown room, Electric chair, Nanny, The children from He!!, Torture Chamber, Pi-rates, Faces, Bones, Witches, Marriage with a sinister Minister, Slaughter room, Hands, Cornstalks, Insane Assylum, Undertaker and chain saw exit.
A first this year, the No Scare Hour, that had a lot of good comments, and brought a few backs to go through when it was dark, loud, and definitely scary. This was a way for parents to bring the children out and see our work. I think it was a success, and will probably continue.
The setup was intense; the running of the house both days took a lot of dedication. Saturday evening, after the running of the house, the pizza put on by the Moose Lodge hit the spot! Thank you. The takedown went very smoothly. Better than I expected, and the ladies of Chapter 1900 surpassed my expectations with the breakfast.
The Moose Lodge is a fantastic organization. If you are not volunteering your time to help improve our Lodge’s Reputation, you are missing out on a fantastic time.
I don’t know if I can thank everyone enough for everything that happened. I don’t want to miss anyone, if I do, I am going to apologize in advance.
A big THANK YOU to; Jeremy Jones, Naomi Jones, Greyson Jones, Matt Harris, Erin Harris, Cole Harris, Nathaniel Harris, Jason Harris, Linda Harris, Laurie Stone, Gail Hornick, Dale Hornick, Sherri Boivin, Brad Bovin, Amy Bovin, Savannah Bovin, Tom Techmier, Karen Techmier, Ashley Techmier, Kyle Jerkiewick, Terri Blank, Madi Blank, Paul Miller, Peyton Miller, Elena Crepeall, Kim Dobbins, Kassi Dob-bins, Kaleigh Wilder, Ann McDonald, Mike Hammond, Don Lorenz, Jackie Lorenz, Cadence Lorenz, Kaitlyn Lorenz, Holly, Cindy, Stacy McKay, Tristen Heitkemper, Tom Bero, and I am sure I missed one or two of you.
I also have to thank my wife, Tammy Kostura, for putting up with my “high strung” attitude, and her calming demeanor along with purchases of decoration batteries, Spider decor, and items to increase the outside decorations. I probably botched a few names. But WOW. The team came together, and now I am looking forward to next year. I want it to be bigger and better. It will be tough to be better than this year, but let us start thinking of what we need to do to improve. The nature walk, Haunted Trail is a GO! This is spring into summer project needing your help.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
Jim Kostura

Congratulations to our Moosette of the month, Beth Kleinke
THANK YOU for organizing craft days, decorating the tables for fathers day, organizing the bean bag toss tournaments, and handing out the gift certificates for the WOTM. You are greatly appreciated. Thank you again!

Our Moose of the month for October is
Jeremy Jones. He worked many hours to make the Haunted House the great success it was. Thank you Jeremy for all of your efforts. You have our appreciation for all you have done.

We are super excited our Moose Charities mailbox is ready ! You can help the children at Mooseheart with Shoparoo, Box Tops for Education and Coca-Cola Gives. Both Shoparoo and Box Tops save your receipts and drop them at the lodge within 14 days(or check out videos below on how to do it yourselves at home). Coke gives save your bottle caps or box codes and Mooseheart gets $0.05-0.38 each time.

 

Which Receipts Earn Roo Points?

Receipts in the Grocery category earn Roo Points. Stores that primarily sell consumable products earn these rewards. The following store types earn Roo Points based on the receipt total:

  • Grocery Stores
  • Supermarket, Supercenter, & Club Stores
  • Gas Station & Convenience Stores
  • Drug Stores
  • Bargain & Dollar Stores
  • Liquor Stores
  • Mom & Pop Shops & Corner Stores
  • Pet Supply Stores
  • Toy Stores
  • Beauty Supply Stores

Roo Points are rewarded based on the total Transaction amount as displayed on the receipts:

  • <$10 = 10 Roo Points
  • $10-50 = 20 Roo Points
  • $50-$100 = 30 Roo Points
  • $100+ = 40 Roo Points

Help Wanted
Volunteers to help out in kitchen on Thursday and Friday when we are serving food. I have been cooking your burgers for the last 8 years or so and it is time for me to take a break . Looking for a couple of people to do Thursday night burgers and help on Fridays see Darrell or one of the board members

The next Veterans package (certificates and pins) will be arriving in late February 2018. To
receive your much deserved recognition dial 630-906-3658 MOOSE INTERNATIONAL membership
services and tell them you want to register as a Veteran. That is it. Make that call
during normal working hours. Again – thank you for your service.

 

VALUED VETERAN COORDINATOR
DENNIS ETHINGTON

Marinette Moose Lodge Events are for Members and Qualified Guests Only unless otherwise stated.