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   Supporting veterans is something that has always been important to the Moose. Our newest initiative the “Valued Veterans” program, has drawn so much interest from members, lodges and chapter. The focus of this program is on the recognition and support of Moose veterans with an emphasis on their ongoing service to their fraternal units and communities through the Moose. This approach simultaneously honors our veterans while also highlighting the Fraternity’s commitment to community service. Admittedly, this program may not be all things to all veterans, but we will strive to serve our veterans to the very best of our ability.
   Members can register directly as a Valued Veteran by pulling up their membership record and updating, by following the instructions. For a member who needs registration assistance, they can also call Member Services 630-906-3658.
   As we approach the Holiday Season, remember the Moose Legion motto “do some good thing for someone each day”. On December 24 the lodge will have Tom & Jerry’s from 10:00-4:00, then the lodge will close at 4:00 PM and will be closed on Christmas Day. Tickets are on sale for the New Year’s Eve celebration and we will be open on New Year’s Day. I want to wish all of you and your families a Happy and Safe Holiday Season.

Your Governor,

      Pat Thomas,

       There will be an orientation for members who would like to know more about our organization on Saturday, December 16th at 11:00 am. Any member who is interested, please attend. Both the Loyal Order and the WOTM Chapter will have officers at the meeting to give information and answer questions.

  • WOTM 863 Chat
       Hello Everyone and think snow, only if you want to, but some of us likes the way its been. Turkeys are put away for the year and now its time to start decorating for Christmas. December seems to be a busy month, so lets get started. Then we make New Years resolutions. We all know it is a good try but then we think of something else to take over. HA HA.
       Some questions have been asked and people want to know why we have raffles and where that money goes. Each month is for a different organization. The chariman is in charge of a fund raiser. That person raises money and that is used for what ever they want to donate to. December is Barb Mcquown's month. She is selling raffle tickets for a Christmas center piece and a candle picture that lights up. Her money will be used toward Higher Degree. The breakfast we have once a month goes to the general fund, unless a chairman needs to raise money for her chair to help with the money maker project. Our breakfast is $6.00 and all you can eat. It is held on the third sat of each month. The bake sale is every month as long as they have the fish fry. Half of that money goes to the general fund and half of it goes to send co-workers to convention. Ham loafs and pumpkin rolls are both fund raisers. So I hope this explains a little bit of what we do and where the money goes. When we do the childrens party, all supples and presents come out of our general fund. So what we do is very important for one reason or other.
       The children's Christmas party is approaching and it is fun to watch the little ones. They know that when Santa and his Elf comes, everyone of those children will receive a gift. The looks on their faces are good feeling to know that we gave effort and time to make it happen.
       So in closing, I want to wish everyone young and old, a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Stay well and warm and God Bless each and everyone ..

    So until next month take care of yourself and each other.

              Till Next Month
              Peg Herron, Sr. Regent

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       Congratulations Ryan Phillip, Kenton Moose of the Month for December. Ryan is a Trustee on our Board of Directors. If there is a job to be done around the lodge or a member needs some help with something, Ryan there to help. Ryan is involved in several projects around the lodge. He organized the monthly wine tasting. He is on the fish fry crew and got our gun raffle set up. Ryan is always volunteering to help serve our lodge. Thank you Ryan for all that you do to help make our lodge great and make Kenton Moose Family Center 428 the Friendliest Place in Town.

    Kenton Moose & Red Cross Blood Drive  

        We have exciting news. On Monday, January 8th, in the lower level, we will be holding our 1st Red Cross blood drive of 2018. You can give blood from 12 Noon to 6pm. To schedule an appointment call 1-800 RED CROSS or visit . Use sponsor Code: KentonMoose . We have our blood drives scheduled every other month for the entire year of 2018. Give the gift of life.

    Kenton Moose Legion  

       The Kenton Moose Legion meets the third Tuesday each month at 6 pm. There will be no Moose Legion on Tuesday, December 19, 2017. Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. This meeting will be our annual Moose Legion dinner. Pat Thomas, Moose Legion Committee Chairman

    Pat Thomas, Moose Legion Committee Chairman


    The kitchen is open for lunch from 11:00am to 1:00pm Monday thru Friday. Now, a full menu is being served during lunch and dinner. Evening hours for the kitchen are 4pm to 10pm Monday thru Saturday and 10am to 10pm Sunday.

  • $5.00 LUNCH SPECIALS 11:00 - 1:00 MONDAY - FRIDAY
    Monday-Grilled Ham & Cheese w/ Chips
    Tuesday-BBQ Pork Sandwich w/ Chips
    Wednesday-Beef and Noodles w/ Mashed Potatoes
    Thursday-Grilled Cheese and Chili
    Friday-Shredded Chicken Sandwich w/ Chips
    **Menu is subject to change due to availability