June 2nd, 2017 4:00 pm
The Rev It Up Ride is a statewide motorcycle ride, bringing riders together from across Michigan to Mt. Pleasant, the home of Special Olympics Michigan's State Summer Games.
Riders will be treated to a Special Recognition Ceremony, including a light meal, a ride through the campus of Central Michigan University, an autograph signing session for the athletes participating in the Summer Games, and participation in the Closing Ceremonies of the Summer Games.
Please help us "Rev It Up" for the athletes of Special Olympics Michigan and those supported by the Michigan Moose Charities.
Rev It Up Ride 2017 Schedule
4:00 - 5:30 PM Arrival in Mt. Pleasant Reception Meal Served
5:30 - 6:00 PM Recognition Ceremony
6:00 - 6:30 PM Motorcycle Procession to Kelly/Shorts Stadium
6:30 - 8:00 PM SOMI's State Summer Games Closing Ceremonies
2017 Sports Calendar for the Michigan Moose Association is now available.
Fishing Bass Walleye rescheduled May 13 Register at the Port Huron Moose May 12, 2017.
Rescheduled asap because the walleye are in and they are as thick as thief's!
Hope to see you there.
Bowling 2017 Men's Mixed Women's
Golf 2017 Men's Mixed Women's
Pool Tournaments Men's Mixed Women's
Baseball Michigan Moose Family Trip to see the Tigers
2017 MICHIGAN MOOSE ASSOCIATION Convention
August 10-13, 2017 Online Registration June 1st
Kewaiden, Saulte Saint Marie Men's Agenda Book
LOOM Registration WOTM Convention Agenda
WOTM Registration WOTM Luncheon & Banquet Tickets
MMA Yooper Open Sault Sainte Marie, MI Aug 11 Application
Case or Cash Poster Women of the Moose Heart of the Community Event
Loyal Order & Women of the Moose Community Service in action in Three Rivers
Three Rivers chapter 2388 lodge 474 Team up together for a special heart of community Christmas project. Family in community. Mom, Dad, and (9) nine children. Ages 1 - 14 yrs of age. Donating new clothes, toys, games and food I order to give this family a very Merry Christmas. Delivered 12/20. Along with wrapping paper as the parents wanted to wrap themselves. Fraternally. Sue Gamache. WOTM Heart of Community state chairman
Michigan Moose Youth awareness
REWARDING BRIGHT TEENS FOR COMMUNICATING
A Positive-Life-Choices Message to 4 to 9 year Olds. See forms to right...
Youth Awareness Program. Can teenagers persuade younger children to make the right choices in life? "Yes!" say the teens and the adults who work together in the Moose Youth Awareness Program. For more than a decade, the Moose has organized high-school-age leaders into a highly effective "speaker's bureau" to persuade preschool and elementary-age youngsters against drug use. The program, founded in 1986, has now expanded to bring awareness to 4-to-9-year olds on other subjects such as child abuse, gangs and other elements that have an adverse effect on the youth of today. Classes for the program Start Aug 15 and go through Oct 18, see calendar for dates and locations.
Founder Day at Mooseheart 2017
Thank you to all the members that attended last years visitation to Mooseheart. We had more members than we have had in many years. The members of Michigan also donated a record amount of food and money than in years past. Thanks again for the dedication you give to our children at Mooseheart.
Registration and Founders Day Program- At the House of God visitors are treated to an address by the Director General and Executive Director of Mooseheart. Varsity Jackets are presented by the Ohio Association to the students that have earned them. Michigan presents a watch to each senior on behalf of the lodges, chapters, legions, and districts that have donated them. If your lodge, chapter, or Moose Legion would like to sponsor a watch you will be welcome to present it if you wish.
Michigan Presentation at the Michigan Home- A wish list from the house parents at the Michigan house will go out a few weeks prior to the weekend and lodges and chapters are encouraged to purchase and donate items from the list at this time. The house parents and students ALWAYS put on a spread of goodies for everyone to enjoy at this time and tours of the house are available.
Box Lunch at the Fieldhouse- All visitors are invited back to the Fieldhouse .......
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All state training will be organized through the individual trainers and the State Training Coordinator Robert Funkey. If you do not have a local trainer, please contact Bob for information.
Michigan Moose Association Men's 2017 Bowling Tournament has concluded and the final scores are available. Congratulation to those that represented their lodge, and cant wait to see you next year. Thank you for your support!
For More Scores, Visit our Sports Page
Michigan Moose Association
2017 Sports Calendar is here
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Who is the chairman and their email address?
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Moose Riders! You Can Now Update Your Own Membership Records To Indicate That You Are A Proud Moose Rider!
Simply go to the Moose International website and click on "Members Area". Once inside, click on "My Record" and sign in. If you have not already activated your membership record, you will have an opportunity to do so at this time. Select the link to your active Lodge or Chapter membership, and you will see a section on the upper right-hand side
titled "Membership". At the bottom of this section is a "Moose Rider" identifier box that you can check, and then save the updated record. Men can identify as Moose Riders in both their Lodge and Moose Legion memberships.
We urge you to register and keep your membership records up to date so
that we can identify areas of interest and make useful and worthwhile
information, benefits, and programs available to all members.