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July/August 2014 Newsletter

posted Jun 27, 2014, 1:11 PM by Samuel Chase
Well it looks like we will have a summer after all. The weather is warming up and we have actually seen the sun for multiple days in a row. By the time you read this the international-al convention will have taken place with some general law changes. You can read about them on the Moose Intl. web site, or ask an officer about them.
The patio is getting closer. The pavers have been installed. It was a long weekend, thank you for everybody who helped out. The retaining wall is next, the fence, along with an access door and some other items to get accomplished. We are tentatively planning on being ready sometime around the first of August.
If you haven’t been down to Lodge in a while stop by we would love to see you.
Fraternally yours,
Mike Dean
Message from the Governor

On July 24th at the Lodge meeting we will be having a special vote to go non-smoking. All are encouraged to attend so their voice can be heard. With the patio soon to be completed it is time to make a decision. It appears that the State Government is moving to ban smoking in Fraternal Organizations. With the Patio being complete we have created welcoming place for our members who do smoke to do so.

From The Administrator’s Desk
It has come to my attention that there are people trying to save rows on the ticket machines.
This is not policy here at the Dover Moose.If you are playing the ticket machines it is at your
own risk and if someone comes in and plays the row you are playing, so be it. Thank You for
your understanding and cooperation on this matter.

On a happier note, I would like to welcome back our bar steward Ashley Dean and our newest
bar steward Kathy Geddes also known as our beloved Kegga. Please feel free to be nice
to them, because I know they will be nice to you.

Thank You,Dolph

A couple of pictures of the Kids from the NE Home at Mooseheart enjoying their
new patio set purchased by the members of the Dover, NH and Newport, NH Lodges

The annual fishing trip was held on June 14th. We had
seven first timers on board. We left Hampton at 8:00
am into high swells, thanks to the full moon the night
before. After almost three hours of riding we started
fishing. A lot of fish were caught but because of a new
size limit on Haddock most were thrown back. The
Captain did a wonderful job keeping us on fish and
the mate was busy all day. Everyone caught fish, but
not everyone was able to take some home. All had a
good time and said they were looking forward to next
year already. It is the support of the members who
keep these events on going. Thank you to all.
Skip Flint

From the Senior Regent,
I would like to take the opportunity to
thank all the ladies of the Chapter who
supported me during the election. I am
very proud to be able to serve the Chapter
this year as Senior Regent. Let’s all work
together and have a great year.
Tammy Lehouiller
Senior Regent

Samuel Chase,
Jun 27, 2014, 1:11 PM