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Wednesday, July 6, 2016
County Line Moose Riders
The County Line Lodge 2427 Moose Riders Activity Group was established July 1st, 2015. Moose Riders are recognized as a recreational motorcycling activity group comprised of good standing members of the Loyal Order of Moose and Women of the Moose. The primary purpose of our Moose Riders Activity Group is to provide a positive community service outlet for the County Line Lodge 2427. Using the individual passions of the sport of motorcycling, we are fulfilling our obligations of membership to support Mooseheart and Moosehaven.

The County Line Moose Riders group has had an outstanding Charter Year! With our membership being 46 strong, together, we will promote fraternalism and attract potential new members who enjoy motorcycling.

We encourage any and all of our County Line Moose members to come join us during one of our monthly meetings. We will be riding once a month to other Moose Lodges to promote our organized group. Just meet up with us at County Line Lodge around 10am on the Second Sunday of the month for breakfast and together we will ride on out to have fun with our fellow Moose Lodges.

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Well, it sure has been a busy couple of months. Starting off with Thanksgiving, we were able to deliver 21 food baskets to the needy in East Orange County, because of the support of our members and a very nice donation of Non-Perishable food from the Sunrise Elementary School.

Next, on to the busy month of December!! We kicked it off with our "3rd Annual Meals from the Heart Event", put on by Renee and the Moose Rider volunteers. They prepared, assembled, and delivered, 74 hot meals to our community. This event was followed by the Annual "Children's Breakfast w/Santa". As always, Heidi did a FANTASTIC job coordinating everything. Along with all her elves, they created a "Winter Wonderland" and served a delicious breakfast for all to enjoy. This year we had 80 children in attendance to visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus! It is events like these that represent what the Moose Fraternity is all about. Thank you Heidi and Renee.

On to 2017. With a new year, we are faced with new challenges and one of our biggest now is membership. We are 30 members down from this time last year. Along with signing new members up, we need to work on retention. I will be posting a list each month of the expired members, if you know someone on the list, please help by giving them a call.

It is that time of year again to start thinking about the upcoming officer elections. In the next couple of months, both the Lodge and the W.O.T.M will be having elections. Information will be posted shortly. Please give it some consideration, for your voice is heard more in the meetings than it is around the social quarters.


Ron Yates
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