Marinette Moose Lodge

Lodge 2327/ Chapter 1900

Dear members,
Where has the summer gone? Children are all back in school and we are in full swing back at work. It was nice to see some new faces at the meetings this summer in the pavilion. It was a nice change of pace and hopefully we will be able to keep seeing some new faces this winter. For October, November, and December our meetings will be once again on 6 p.m. and the 3rd Monday of the month. Stop in and see what we are all about.
And, better yet, the Marinette Chapter 1990 are holding an informational session on October 21 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This is a Sunday and also happens to be the Packers bye week, so you won’t miss the game. We will be doing hot ham and buns and if you are attending can bring a dish to go along with it – a Good Old Fashioned Pot Luck – And are those just the greatest treats? Any WOTM members is invited to attend. Please call me at 715-7356304 and leave a message or message me on Facebook if you are attending what you want to bring so everything can be set up for the day. It is a Great Day to be a WOTM and at this session you can learn so much more about us!! Maybe we can even squeeze a card game in afterwards!!
Also we are getting ready for the $10 Raffle on October 27th. The women will once again be holding a bake sale during the event and your contributions are greatly appreciated. If you want to donate any items for the auctions that night also they can be dropped at the lodge and make sure they are marked for the women.
My last request is for the annual March of Checks that we do every October at our meeting for Christmas at Moose-heart and Moosehaven. We would love to make it a great holiday for the seniors and children alike, so if you can not make it to the meeting in October and would like to con-tribute to this special occasion, you can either drop a donation in the mailbox at the lodge or mail it to the Chapter at Po Box 354 Marinette, Wi., 54143. It would be great if we could make a major impact on the holiday fr these people.
Cindy Deschane, Senior Regent

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