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Friday, June 22, 2018
Members stepping up to make Lodge and Fraternity Great

Accolades abound throughout Loyal Order of Moose 2112 and Women of the Moose Chapter 1773

The last few months have been busy for Inverness Moose Lodge as well as a number of our members.

Both LOOM and WOTM started the new Moose fraternity year with full boards and have already made a number of changes that will enhance your experience when you come to the Lodge.

Governor Dennis Galinski and Terry Wiley have recreated the smoking room so that non-smokers can utilize the recreational games while still providing a place for smokers. This is a work in progress and still has a way to go to be 100 percent complete, and both rooms are already being used by our members and their guests.

There have also been a number of members who have been keeping the outside areas clean and inviting. From mowing, weed eating and puling vines out of the shrubs, this is a never-ending task, yet they continue to endure the heat to make sure the grounds look good.

Congratulations to Martha Snyder for her efforts in sponsoring 25 members. It is efforts like hers that helps the Moose fraternity to continue to grow so that we can provide for those who depend on us.

Earning a degree within the Moose fraternity is proof that our members are continuing to focus on when matters.

Both Fred Csaszar and George Conrad earned their Pilgrim Degree of Merit last month. The conferral was held in the House of God at Mooseheart, IL June 2. Csaszar was one of 11 men from the Florida Bermuda Moose Association to earn the degree. Conrad, who holds a dual membership with Inverness Moose Lodge 2112 and Huntingdon Moose Lodge 223, was one of 14 from the Pennsylvania Moose Association.

During the FBMA mid-year Conference, WOTM co-workers Sharon Ciancia and Lisa Newman earned their Academy of Friendship degree.

Inverness Chapter 173 co-workers Kimberly Kelly, Sylvia Common and Jean Henninger awarded Citrus High School Senior Sydney Beal a $925 scholarship award at the school’s annual Senior Awards Ceremony. Beal’s award-winning essay focused on her views of becoming part of the Citrus County community after the high level of community service she has performed over the last four years.

Martha Snyder and Tonya Griffith will be traveling to New Orleans to attend the Moose International Convention in July to receive degrees for the work they have done within the Women of the Moose. Snyder will be conferred with the College of Regents degree. Griffith will be conferred with the Star Recorder degree.

A lot of people have stepped up to serve within the Moose fraternity. Their dedication to the fraternity, Inverness Moose Lodge 2112, and the Citrus County community will be felt for generations to come.

There are many volunteer opportunities available where you can devote your time, skill and knowledge.

If you would like to make a difference in the lives of others reach out to any member of the board of officers.
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