FRIENDLY FAMILY FUN
1 POTLUCK at 6pm w/DJ MARV @ 7pm June 2nd
2.PIZZA PARTY 6pm June 9th
3.District 1 Election @ 1pm & Dinner @ 5:30pm June 10th
4.BIRTHDAY POTLUCK w/DJ KEV June 16th 7pm
5.Cook Your Own Steak Night @ 6pm w/Nighthawk @ 7pm June 17th
6.Lodge Officers Training @ McK Lodge 9am June 24th
Every Tuesday Early Birds start at 6:00 p.m. Note, New Time, Regular Bingo starts at 6:30 p.m. Open to the Public. 80% payback. Snack Bar Available. JOIN IN THE FUN!
Every Tuesday at 6:15 p.m. 9 Games $7:00 Questions or want to learn how to play? Call Peggy or Rick Shea 707-444-3161
Second Friday of each month at 6:30pm
Hello Fraternal Members,
This will be my final post as President of Eureka Lodge 636.
The nominations committee will soon meet to select a new Board of Officers for the 2023-2024 year. If you are interested in being part of our governing board, please contact Jim Walker, our Lodge Administrator.
I would like to extend a big thank you to our Lodge volunteers, folks who give up so much of their time throughout the year to keep this great Lodge running. We sincerely value your time. Thanks go out especially to Dan Rickman and his crew who have donated many hours cleaning the grounds around the Lodge property.
WHY IS VOLUNTEERING SO IMPORTANT?
We rely on our volunteers to help us raise funds to keep our Lodge afloat and support MooseHeart and MooseHaven. Just a few hours each month cooking, cleaning, or hosting an event can make a HUGE difference to our Lodge's success. We cannot function without your help; the officerscannot do it alone. What's that old saying? "If everyone does a little, no one does a lot."
I'll wrap this up with a friendly reminder about protocol. Please keep in mind the rules of our Lodge when you bring guests in to visit. A guest may visit the Lodge only twice - the third time they must become a member. Guests must be signed in by a member plus you are responsible for that guest's behavior, and children must be supervised.
If you don't like they way our Lodge
works, Volunteer and change things.
If you don't like the way our Lodge
looks, Volunteer and fix things.
If you don't like the meals, Volunteer to
make a meal once a month.
Instead of sitting around complaining...
Welcome to the new Moose Year! New, you ask? Yes, our Lodge & Fraternal calendar starts May 1st each year. To start out the new year, the Eureka Moose Lodge is 432 members strong! Many thanks to those that sponsored new members during the past year!
Did you know?
The Moose fraternity has a child city and school called Mooseheart. Mooseheart is a residential childcare facility, located on a 1,000-acre campus 38 miles west of Chicago. The Child City is a home for children and teens in need, from infancy through high school. Dedicated in July 1913 by the Moose fraternal organization, Mooseheart cares for youth whose families are unable, for a wide variety of reasons, to care for them. Some have lost one or both parents; others are living in environments that are simply not conducive to healthy growth and development. Whatever the reason, the men and women of the Moose, through unparalleled generosity and volunteerism, furnish the resources necessary to care for children in need. The Moose fraternity provides children with a wholesome home-like environment and the best possible training and education.
On April 26th, the Eureka Lodge elected the following members to Lodge Board of Officers:
President - Steve Caprile
V.P - Shelia Miranda
Treasurer - Fernanda Rhead
Chaplain - Heidi Heim
Trustee (1 Year) - Ed Dare
Trustee (2 Year) - Lucinda Lovett
Trustee (3 Year) - Tim Milton
Thank you to those that "threw-their-hat" into the ring wanting to be a Officer for 2023-24!
Each year, our Lodge President appoints members of the Lodge to join and participate in the running of the Eureka Moose. Below are standing committees available to join. If interested, please contact Administrator Jim Walker or President Steve Caprice.
Financial Review Committee - Conduct monthly reviews of all Lodge financials.
Advise Board of Officers on financial issues when/where necessary.
Membership & Retention Committee -
Review Membership Campaign promotional material with Lodge Officers.
Outline strategies to increase production and improve member retention.
Membership Retention - contacting expired members and asking them to rejoin Lodge.
Communications Committee -
Create & implement plan to communicate Lodge events to membership.
Communicate through social media platforms.
Keep membership informed.
Loss Prevention & Site Safety Committee -
Promote and monitor acceptable prevention and safety programs at the Lodge.
Always ‘Think Safety First!’
Notify Lodge Board of Officers of ANY Moose Lodge hazards found during a Safety Inspection
– OR – at any other time.
Ensure inside and outside that Moose Lodge hazards are identified and corrected in a timely manner – based upon corrective action plan.
Interested?? Contact Administrator Jim or President Steve for more details.
Car Show -
The Eureka Lodge is considering hosting a car show in August. Proceeds from event will be
given to local charities and Lodge Dance Group.
If you are interested, please contact Frank Jorge (707) 499-5821 or
Jim Walker at (707) 443-1073 ext. 1
Thank you for reading my first attempt at an electronic newsletter. Copies of this information will be available in the Social Quarters.
Enjoy the rest of your May!