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1 Moose Roundup A bi-monthly publication of the Downers Grove Moose Lodge No DOWNERS GROVE MOOSE FAMILY CENTER NO (630) February/ March 2016 For events calendar, see calendar insert. Feb. 5, Fish Fry, Feb. 6, Moose Dinner Dance, with Entertainment by Vito Zatto, 5:30 p.m. Feb. 7, Super Bowl 50 Party, 4:30 p.m. Feb. 12, Fish Fry, Feb. 16, Trivia Night, 7:00 p.m. Feb. 19, Fish Fry, Feb. 21, Lodge Breakfast, 8:30 11 a.m. Feb. 26, Fish Fry, Mar. 3, Riders Ribs 6 7:30 p.m. Mar. 4, Fish Fry, Mar. 11, Fish Fry, Mar. 15, Trivia Night, 7:00 p.m. Mar. 18, Fish Fry, Mar. 20, Lodge Breakfast, 8:30 11 a.m. Mar. 25, Fish Fry, The Mooseheart kids had a fun time at their Christmas party and West Town Chorus Christmas show at the Tivoli. Thanks to John Klasing and his Bags Committee for organizing and running the party and to all the Lodge units who donated time or monetarily to make this event a fun time for the kids. SOCIAL QUARTERS HAPPENINGS By Lisa and Lara Congratulations to everyone for surviving the holiday season and I hope 2016 will be a great year for our Moose and our membership. David Bowie, RIP, once said, I don t know where I m going from here, but I promise it won t be boring. And even though we cannot promise the life of Ziggy Stardust, we do have a few eventful occasions on our calendar for the coming year, including bands, food, games, picnics, raffles, many sporting occasions, and hopefully enough to do to keep us all entertained. The last chore of 2015 was taking down our Christmas decorations in the Social Quarters with the help of Jeff Rozell and Merle Richerson. We did have many holiday parties and even enjoyed a party with the children of Mooseheart. Thank you to Doug and Angie Winslow for contributing an ornament to our Moose Friday Night Fish Fries February 5, 2016 continuing thru March 25, 2016 Christmas tree, which has been gingerly put away with all the other Moose ornaments till next year. The Friday Night Fish Fries are back and running! The menu is delicious and very reasonably priced. It s always a good time for the whole family, so we hope to see everyone between now and March 25. And to reiterate from continued on page 7 ATTENTION ALL D.G. MOOSE MEMBERS! Please Read The Lodge has purchased a new card reader for entry into the Social Quarters. The new reader will only accept your Moose International membership card. If you do not have a current membership card in your possession, contact Moose International Member Services Department at to obtain a new card.

2 2 February/March Roundup From the Governor, Wally Olewinski Hello DG Moose Members, Hope everyone had a great holiday season. At the Lodge I know we were busy. The kids from Mooseheart had a fun time at their Christmas party and West Town Chorus Christmas show at the Tivoli. Thanks to John Klasing and his Bags Committee for organizing and running the party and to all the Lodge units who donated time or monetarily to make this event a fun time for the kids. Rod & Gun held their whole Lodge Christmas party this year and a fun time was had by all. The combined LOOM and WOTM Breakfast with Santa was held during the Lodge Sunday breakfast in December. Thank you LOOM for cooking and to the WOTM who held activities for the kids and to Nominations and General Election Notice: 2016 Lodge Officers Election Feb. 23, 2016* Nominating Committee appointed. Mar. 1, 2016 Recommended day for members to submit names to be considered for nomination. Deliver to the office by 7:30 p.m. Mar. 1, st Nominating Committee meeting, 7:30 p.m. Mar. 8, nd Nominating Committee meeting, 8:15 p.m. Mar. 15, 2016 Last day for members to submit names to be considered for nomination. Deliver to the office by 6:30 p.m. Mar. 15, 2016 Last Nominating Committee meeting, 6:30 p.m. Mar. 22, 2016* Nominating Committee report. Mar. 29, 2016 Last day for eligible member to submit petition to Administrator. Apr. 12, 2016* Election of Officers. Apr. 26, 2016* Installation of officers. *General Lodge membership meeting. our Santa and Mrs. Claus. The end of December we all had fun at the Holiday Jam in the Social Quarters; thanks to all the musicians who donated their time to entertain us. January was just as busy with rooting for the Blackhawks, the college and NFL football playoffs, and the DeKalb Footstompers. This time of the year is also when we start the election process for next year s LOOM Officers. A schedule of the election process is included in this issue of the Roundup. Anyone interested in getting more involved with the Lodge or the Moose cause can submit a nominating slip, which will be available at the entrance to the Social Quarters and placed in the container with the bartender starting at the end of February. As always anybody with a fundraising idea or community project, please submit all items to the Lodge office or any Lodge Officer. Watch your s for announcements of new activities or important news. If you have not received s from the Lodge in the past month, please submit your address to the office. In closing, keep on getting new members and support your Lodge in all activities. April/May Roundup articles are due March 10. Submit to Moose Roundup is published six times a year, as a service to its members, by the Downers Grove Moose Lodge #1535, Loyal Order of Moose, Inc., 1030 Warren Avenue, Downers Grove, IL Subscription paid automatically as part of annual membership dues. Third class postage paid at Downers Grove, Illinois. The Loyal Order of Moose is a private fraternity. The information contained herein is both confidential and privileged and shall only be available to and used by good standing members of the Loyal Order of Moose for fraternal purposes Downers Grove Moose Lodge #1535. This newsletter is not a solicitation for membership. All logos are Moose International, Inc., Mooseheart, Illinois LOOM Officers Governor: Wally Olewinski Jr. Governor: Doug Winslow Treasurer: Rick Bright Prelate: Blane Webster Administrator: Tom Moran 1-year Trustee: Jeff Kindermann 2-year Trustee: Herman Stift 3-year Trustee: Joe Jerob Jr. Past Governor: Mike Meador Sgt.-at-Arms: Mike Breedlove Inner Guard: Vacant Outer Guard: Barney Dahl

3 February/March Roundup 3 Women of the Moose, Jill Breedlove, Senior Regent Christmas Breakfast Thanks to the Moose families who attended Breakfast with Santa on December 20 during the Lodge Breakfast. Santa arrived with presents for all children under 12 years of age. Thanksgiving Dinner Baskets Thanks to Jan Powell and Jill Breedlove who shopped and delivered Thanksgiving Dinner baskets on November 21, along with the LOOM, Rod & Gun, Moose Riders, and the Legion Board, to families in need in the Downers Grove community. New Board of Officers We are looking for people interested in becoming a Board Member for If you are interested, please contact a current Officer or come to a Chapter Meeting and talk to the Board. We have had a lot of fun and cannot believe our year is almost over. We continue to look for WOTM members to serve on our committees and help our chairmen with various fundraising projects. If you are interested, please contact Jill Breedlove at Thanks to the Moose families who attended Breakfast with Santa on December 20 during the Lodge Breakfast. held on our fish fry night. We need volunteers to help with these dates; we need cooks, servers, and bakers. Please drop off bakery items in the Social Quarters. If you drop them off after 4:30 p.m., please bring them upstairs. If you are interested in working the fish fry or donating baked goods, contact Jill Breedlove at 630/ Please Join Us On Saturday, February 6, 2016, the WOTM and the LOOM will sponsor a Moose Dinner Dance, Featuring Vito Zatto, a Vegas Style Singer and Entertainer at the Downers Grove Moose Lodge Hall (located on the 2nd floor). The Dinner Dance (with cash bar) will begin at 5:30 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person. See your friendly bartender or for tickets. Tickets will be on sale through January 31. This event is open to Moose members and the public. Fish Fry/Bake Sale In addition to January 22, the Women of the Moose will work fish fry s on February 19 and March 18 this year. A bake sale also is Please Join Us Monday, February 1 Chapter Meeting, 7:00 p.m.; 1st Nominating Committee Meeting, 8:00 p.m. Monday, February 15 Board of Officers Meeting, 6:00 p.m.; Chapter Meeting, 7:00 p.m.; 2nd Nominating Committee Meeting, 8:00 p.m. Monday, February 29 3rd Nominating Committee Meeting, 7:00 p.m.

4 4 February/March Roundup Moose Riders #1535, Chris Collins, President Happy New Year, Moosers! Itʹs going to be an exciting year! The Christmas party was a blast this year. Kandace and I hosted the party. We had 30ish people show up. The white elephant gift exchange was really exciting. I think the best gift was the Selfie Stick that Susie received. Wedding bells are in our future. Randy Finlayson and Cindy Kroeger got engaged! We hosted the Fish Fry on Friday, January 9, and had a great turnout and a lot of fun. Remember to visit us on our next Fish Fries on February 5 and March 4. The Moose Riders meet on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. The business meetings are the second Riders Ribs Thursday, March 3 6:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Yum. The Moose Rider Christmas party was a blast this year. Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. and the riding meetings are on the fourth Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., at the Lodge. Rod & Gun Club, Brendan Kenny President I d like to start off by thanking the Christmas Party Committee for doing a wonderful job of organizing the party and making sure that we had enough food for all in attendance. Judging by how many tickets were sold, and the attendance, I d say the Christmas Party was a huge success. Furthermore, the annual raffle ticket sales, our major fundraiser each year, was another wonderful success. By the time most of you read this, the Rod & Gun Chili Cook-Off (Sunday, January 31) will have been another event of definable success. I can t thank the Lodge, and its Officers, enough for allowing the Rod & Gun Club to host this event each year. Looking forward to warmer weather, and a few months down the road, the annual Rod & Gun Spring Fishing Trip will be held at Lang s Landing in Winneconne, Wisconsin, from May 18 through the 22; I believe that there still may be some room for those that would like to make a reservation. For our pheasant hunters, be sure to save your longest pheasant tail feathers for the Pheasant Tail Contest after the season closes. The contest will be decided at the first meeting in February. The second meeting in March is the time when the Club begins nominating the officers for the coming year. If you would like to serve on the board, please contact the nominating committee. The formal election will be held on April 17 with the new officer(s) being sworn in on May 1. Our open positions will include the Secretary and Treasurer. I would have added President, but, I was voluntold to keep the position in the coming year. Finally, the Rod & Gun Club extends a warm welcome to recent Lodge enrollees and invites all Lodge members and Women of the Moose members in good standing who are interested in or enjoy hunting, fishing, or the shooting sports to join the Rod & Gun Club. We meet on the first and third Wednesdays of each month in the lower level of the Lodge at 8:00 p.m. The first year is absolutely free to new enrollees in the Club. Come on down and join us if we like you, weʹll let you stay.

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7 February/March Roundup 7 Moose Legion, Jeff Kindermann, Chair Social Quarters Happenings continued from page 1 the last Roundup, you can dine in our spacious dining room upstairs, bring your food down to the Social Quarters, or order dinner to go. All are popular choices. It s an exciting sporting time of year and our Social Quarters will be busy with Mike Kouri s Super Bowl Bash, followed by March Madness! It s always a blast to see who can pick the best brackets. Stop in and watch your favorite teams on any of our seven big screen TVs. We also have a few holidays coming our way, with a multitude of drink specials. During the week of Valentine s Day the Social Quarters will feature the Cosmopolitan Kiss for a very special price, and on St. Patty s Day Sparkling Shamrocks and green beer will again be priced to sell and celebrate. As always to end on a personal note, a big shout out goes to Merle Richerson who is always there to help! She is involved in all of our different Moose entities. Her devotion, helpful hand, and smiles are contagious in our Social Quarters. Thank you Merle the Pearl for being you; things wouldn t be the same without you! Since we are talking Scott (Elvis) Robinson (right) at the Elgin Lodge. MECCA #9 hosted an Elvis Impersonator show and steak dinner on November 14 at the Elgin Lodge. Many Downers Grove Legionnaires attended the performance. One of our unit legionnaires impersonated the Elvis impersonator. Thanks to Scott Robinson for entertaining all of us and doing an outstanding job on his own impersonation. A special thanks goes out to Dave Henzel for organizing, preparing, and implementing the Downers Grove Moose Legion Christmas party breakfast and raffles. Dave donated raffle prizes and raised money for our unit. Great job; keep up the good work. MECCA #9 held its awards banquet on January 9 at the Elgin Lodge. Several legionnaires attended and all had a good time. Congratulations to Mike Pelling who was awarded with Lodge 1535 Legionnaire of the Year. Thanks for all your service and commitment to the Moose Legion. Your efforts make life a little more enjoyable for the children of Mooseheart and our senior citizens at Moosehaven. The Moose Legion is always looking for individuals who would like to expand or provide a greater service to the children of Mooseheart and our seniors at Moosehaven. If you are interested in the Moose Legion mission, the requirements to join are: (1) hold active Lodge membership for a minimum period of six months or (2) sponsor one member in good standing into the order. The $10 application fee to join the Moose Legion has been waved until April 30, Yearly dues to join the Moose Legion are $17 per year. Anyone interested in learning more about the Moose Legion should contact Jeff Kindermann or any Moose Legion member. The Moose Legion meets the first Sunday of every month at 9:00 a.m. upstairs at the Lodge. Breakfast is $4.00 and is served at 9:30 a.m., followed by a meeting at 10:00 a.m. Thanks for your continued service. As always, try to do something good for someone each day. UPCOMING ACTIVITIES February 7 Downers Grove Legion Breakfast and Meeting, 9:00 a.m. February 27 Jim Massey s Almost Famous Rib Dinner, Lockport Lodge, 6:00 p.m. March 6 Downers Grove Legion Breakfast and Meeting, 9:00 a.m. March 13 Breakfast and Conferral, Elgin Lodge, 12:00 p.m. about smiling faces, we would be remiss if we didn t welcome Cliff Bekkedal back. Congratulations on a speedy recovery from your surgeries. It is so nice to see you back looking so svelte! And to John Irwin who keeps us amazed with his continuing struggles and triumphs. You truly are a man of steel. Wink, wink. Until next time, peace, love, and Cosmopolitan Kisses and Sparkling Shamrocks and green beer!!

8 DOWNERS GROVE MOOSE FAMILY CENTER LODGE NO Warren Avenue Downers Grove, IL (630) Nonprofit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 17 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE February/March 2016 Lodge and Chapter members: The Lodge Hall Is Available For information, contact the Lodge office at 630/

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