Zanesville Moose Family Center 867 Y-City Moose Letter The Family Fraternity of Zanesville, Ohio Lodge 867 Officers Governor Dick Schmidt Jr. Governor Joe Batross Treasurer Allen Brown Prelate Greg Batross Trustee Chuck Winsor Trustee Steve Ward Trustee Bob Mock Ron Baughman Sgt-at-Arms Charles Shaeffer Outer Guard Brady Brandom Inner Guard Howard Cornell The annual Lodge picnic was held on July 23, 2006, at Dillon Falls Park. There was plenty of activities for all members of the family. Great food, great fun and great weather made this a perfect day. A special thanks to all who worked so hard to make this a wonderful day. Chapter 663 Officers Sr. Regent Janice Lazar Jr. Regent Sandy Baughman Sec./Treas. Sis Martin Chaplain Linda Brown Recorder Carolyn Arbuckle Jr. Grad Regent Mary Ann Winsor Guide Lisa Mitchell Asst. Guide Sallie Kirkbride Sentinel Tia Hiles Argus Kaye Quinlan Musician Dorothy Hiles Membership Quota This year our membership quota is set at 129 new or former members. This membership campaign began May 1, 2006, and runs through April 30, 2007. We are currently at 7.8% of our quota as of July 19, 2006. August 2006 Zanesville Moose Family Picnic 2006 Administrator Chris Joseph Jr. Past Governor Volume 5, Issue 8 If you missed this year’s family picnic, you missed a super event. Membership Profile: Ted Lazar In this issue of the Y-City Moose Newsletter, our member profile features David "Ted" Lazar. Ted and his lovely, charming wife, Janice were married June 6, 1965. They are the parents of daughter, Shala (39) and the proud grandparents of two grandchildren: Brittany, age 14 and Levi, age 12. Mr. Lazar retired from General Electric in 1997, and is currently employed by Fink's used cars. He is also a long-time volunteer for the South Zanesville Fire Department, having served with the unit for fifty-one years. Ted joined the Zanesville Lodge, Loyal Order of Moose, in March 2002, sponsored by his friend, brother Chuck Winsor. Since joining, he quickly became an active, involved member. Mr. Lazar served as Trustee of Lodge 867, chairman of the Lodge's Moose (Continued on page 2) Member Profile - Ted Lazar Chapter News (Continued from page 1) Our chapter has been very busy with several projects this past month. Legion and Sergeant-at-Arms of the Golden Moose. He is also the Community Service Chairman of District 13. Brother Ted is proud that our Lodge is addressing the smoking issue by installing new fans and assigning non-smoking areas on busy nights. Also, Ted mentions that one of his most memorable experiences since becoming a member was being a contestant in the Miss Moose Pageant. As he states, "What a night!. I have never been hit on by guys before." To encourage membership in the Lodge, Ted says that current members need to bring prospective members in for a visit, and when they realize how friendly everyone is, they will want to join. He states that when we have a new member, we need to encourage him to come to meetings and to get involved. The success of our fraternity is dependent upon the willingness of our brothers to commit to the Lodge's well being. In his spare time, Ted enjoys being on the South Zanesville Fire Department, restoring vintage automobiles and attending car shows. We of LOOM Lodge 867 thank you Ted for all you have done and continue to do for us. Your dedication and unselfish giving of your time and energy is truly appreciated. THE HISTORICAL COMMITTEE Moose Legion News "To Do Some Good Thing For Someone Each Day" I would like to welcome Bunk Strauss as our Lodge's newest Moose Legionnaire. Bunk was enrolled in the Moose Legion at the Summer Celebration at Newcomerstown Sunday July 9th. Also, welcome back former members Allen Brown, Steve Knaup and Mike Makin. And Bill Secrest and Jim Wisecarver will become full-fledged Moose Legionnaires as soon as they are enrolled. We are constantly trying to add activities and benefits for our local Moose Legion members. Sunday September 10th, there will be a Moose Hopper trip, which is free for Moose Legionnaires and a guest. We will visit several Lodges, drink their beverages, buy their tickets Support Our Sponsors Page 2 and take their money. If a member attends our monthly meeting, he will receive two free drink tickets. And if he brings his wife or girlfriend they get drink tickets too. A member can receive his dues back in free drink tickets by attending just a few meetings. Then there is the (No Cap) monthly drawing only for Moose Legion Members and their significant other. If no one wins this month, the pot grows for next month. Any former member may re-join the Moose Legion for a limited time without paying the $10.00 reenrollment fee. Just pay your $15.00 dues and you're back in. As is evident from the above information, we want new Moose Legion members and we want our former members back. Any good We had a very successful Chinese Auction. We have also made plans for Sparky the Fire Dog and the Smoke House to be at the Lodge picnic for the enjoyment and education of the children and their families. Our co-worker for July is Tia Hiles. We will be going to Convention this month. Jr. Grad Regent, Mary Ann Winsor will be receiving her green cap at this years festivities. Our Chapter has received our notification that we have received our Award of Achievement. Of course, we were very happy to get that news. I hope to see everyone at the picnic for good fun, good food and good friends. Janice Lazar Senior Regent standing member of the Lodge meets the requirements to join the Moose Legion. See any Moose Legionnaire for an application form. Dues are only $15.00 a year with a one time $10.00 enrollment fee for new members. Our next Moose Legion activityplanning meeting is 4:00 pm, Sunday August 6th. Fraternally, Steve Ward, Chairman Lodge 867 Moose Legion Visit the official website of the Ohio State Moose Association at: www.ohiomoose.com Al’s Pizza Shop You’ve tried the rest– Now try the best 452-1590 6735 W Pike Al Taylor, Owner Y-City Moose Letter Zanesville Moose Family Center 867 August 2006 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu 1 “SUPER TUESDAY” 2 3:00 pm-? Cards, Fun & Games 3 6:30 pm LOOM Officer’s Mtg. Cards, Fun, Games & Bingo 5:00-9:00 pm Member Appreciation Drink Specials 8:00 pm LOOM Lodge Mtg. & Enrollment 6:00 pm Teen Club Meeting Fri Sat 4 5:00 pm-? Sally’s Special Family Feast 5 11 5:00 pm-? Sally’s Special Family Feast 12 5:00 pm Steak fry 6:30 pm Ritual Practice 6 9:00 am-Noon Moose Rider’s Breakfast 12:30 pm Moose Rider’s Meeting 7 3:00 pm-? Cards, Fun & Games 8 “SUPER TUESDAY” 9 3:00 pm-? Cards, Fun & Games 10 6:30 pm LOOM H/C Mtg. 6-9 pm Line Dancing Cards, Fun, Games & Bingo 5:00-9:00 pm Member Appreciation Drink Specials 7:00 pm WOTM Chapter Mtg. & Enrollment WOTM Luggage Raffle 4:00 Moose Legion Meeting 13 9:00 am-Noon Band Fund Breakfast 9 am-12 pm Recorder Session 6:30 pm Ritual Practice 14 3:00 pm-? Cards, Fun & Games 15 “SUPER TUESDAY” 16 3:00 pm-? Cards, Fun & Games 6-9 pm Line Dancing Cards, Fun, Games & Bingo 5:00-9:00 pm Member Appreciation Drink Specials 5:00 pm 50 cent Supper 20 9:00 am-Noon WOTM Breakfast 9:00 am -6:00 pm Recorder Session 17 6:30 pm WOTM Officers Mtg. 18 “BIG FRIDAY” 19 5:00 pm-? Sally’s Special Family Feast NO BINGO OSMA Annual Convention Aug 16-20 Independence, Ohio 21 3:00 pm-? Cards, Fun & Games 22 “SUPER TUESDAY” 23 3:00 pm-? Cards, Fun & Games 24 6:30 pm LOOM Officers Mtg. 6-9 pm Line Dancing Cards, Fun, Games & Bingo 5:00-9:00 pm Member Appreciation Drink Specials 6:30 pm WOTM Business Mtg. WOTM Chinese Auction 25 5:00 pm-? Sally’s Special Family Feast 26 8:30 am Greek Town Casino Bus Trip 9:00 am Highway Cleanup 7:30 pm Planning Committee Mtg. 6:30 pm Ritual Practice 27 9:00 am-Noon WOTM Breakfast 28 3:00 pm-? Cards, Fun & Games 29 “SUPER TUESDAY” 30 3:00 pm-? Cards, Fun & Games 31 6:30 pm LOOM H/C Mtg. 2:00 pm WOTM Spec. Enrollment 6-9 pm Line Dancing Cards, Fun, Games & Bingo 5:00-9:00 pm Member Appreciation Drink Specials 6:30 pm WOTM Business Mtg. 4:00 pm Golden Moose Mtg. 6:30 pm Ritual Practice Lodge Opens : Monday—Thursday 3:00 pm, Friday 11:00 am, Saturday 12:00 noon, Sunday 8:30 am (Breakfast) Volume 5, Issue 8 Page 3 Building Fund Progress Zanesville Wins Attendance Award The total pledged to the New Building Fund is now 86,139.50. This is an increase of $820.25 since the July Moose Letter. We asked you to do it, and you did it. Sixteen men and seventeen ladies from Zanesville's Moose Lodge traveled to Coshocton for the final District 13 meeting of the year, and claimed the "Traveling Attendance Award" for Zanesville for the seventh consecutive year. Many comments were made that you made this the most successful District 13 meeting anyone could remember. This just proves that our members can and will get the job done. The following are the latest contributions. 06/20/06 Tuesday Donation $113.00 06/27/06 Tuesday Donation $174.00 06/30/06 Savings Interest $ 10.16 06/30/06 CD Interest $ 14.09 07/04/06 Tuesday Donation $122.00 07/09/06 1/2 & 1/2 $ 41.00 07/09/06 Breakfast $ 75.00 07/12/06 Tuesday Donation $124.00 07/19/06 Tuesday Donation $107.00 Thanks for the continued support. I wish to thank Bonnie Martin, Betty McClellan, Diane Gillogly, Sandy Shustar and Dora Dobbins for working breakfast Sunday July 9th. I do appreciate your time and effort. Brick Special for August and September During the months of August and September, if you have already purchased and paid for one Inscribed Brick you may purchase another one for $75.00. If you have bought two or more, you may buy another one for $60.00. This special is good for these months only. We have also resumed our monthly 1/2 & 1/2. Drawings will be on the last Sunday of each month. Tickets are available at the bar. The seller of the winning ticket receives 10% off the top. If you want a chance at the 10% by selling some tickets, see me. The second phase of the $100 Club is due to start August 6, 2006, if we sell enough Memberships. There is a one time $10 fee for a Membership. Each member will be entered in a $100.00 drawing each Sunday for 25 weeks. We need to sell a lot more Memberships if this is going to go. So, if you've been waiting till the last minute, it is now the last minute. If not enough Memberships are sold to run this project, all money will be refunded. There will be no New Building Fund planning meeting in August. Steve Ward, Chairman New Building Fund Committee MOOSE LEGION MOOSE HOPPER BUS TRIP Sunday September 10, 2006 Zanesville – Cambridge – Caldwell – Marietta –Malta / McConnelsville – Zanesville The Coshocton members provided a great District 13 picnic for all to enjoy. No one went home hungry. It was a really hot day but everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. We even had several of our Moose Riders hop on their bikes and make the trip. Several Convention issues were resolved and the Joe Batross Chinese Auction netted $200.00 for the District Child Relief Fund. The first 2006 - 2007 OSMA District 13 Meeting will be Sunday, September 17th at our own Zanesville Lodge. The Officer's meeting is 1:00 pm with the Membership meeting following at 1:30 pm. It would be great to have another great turnout to get us on our way to another Annual Attendance Award. What do you think? Are we up to it? Can we make it eight years in a row? A free meal will be provided for all in attendance. Moose Rider’s Scholarship Open The Moose Rider’s election of officers was held at the June 4th meeting. The officers elected are as follows: President Phil Trout Vice President Barb Beddard Secretary Sandy Baughman Treasurer Tom Davy Freddie Knaup Memorial Scholarship applications are available and need to be returned to a Moose Rider or a Moose officer by the end of August. The scholarship is for any Moose member, or family member of a Moose member in good standing in our Lodge. The applicant must have completed high school and be enrolled to some type of school in the fall. The scholarship is paid in two payments, one for fall and one for winter quarters or semesters. We will also be raffling off a digital camera in August. The Moose Riders will be having their 3rd Annual Freddie Knaup Poker Run on September 9th. The first bike out will be at 11:00 am, the last bike out at 1:00 pm with all bikes back by 5:00 pm. The winner receives $1,000 for best hand. This open to any type of vehicle. You don’t have to have a bike, but you must run the Poker Run or be working the Poker Run to get in the run. We will be having raffles, games, food, ½ & ½ and THE ONE AND ONLY DJ COREY DAVIS. This is always a great time for everyone so come and enjoy the day and evening.
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