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Frankie Wysocki
CNMA Council Coordinator
Phone: 661-747-4345



What A year this has been !! Want to thank the councils for all the hard work they are putting in.

Remember if you are a Lodge or Chapter Just call and I will get you in touch with some one that can help you with Retention. I know it is hard to do anything when most of you cannot even meet in your lodges but we can do this.  Remember the Children and Seniors they are counting on us to do what we can do to help

The Virtual Conference is coming soon in September . Hopefully you will be able to watch the conference and see what your officers are doing.

Can not wait to see you all hopefully in March  Lots of Hugs to go around

Frankie Wysocki

California Nevada Council coordinator of Higher Degree

Coordinator of the Council of Higher Degree

If you want to keep your members

R is for: Realizing that members need to be Reminded of their worth.
E is for The extra effort make members feel welcome.
T is for: Thinking about and listening to members concerns and ideas.
E is for: The Elemental Enjoyment and understand of the moose family.
N is for: The nucellus part of the moose in each lodge to grow solid ( in this case the officers need to reach out to all of their co-workers.
T is for: Tapping the talent in each lodge, to make the Moose Home more welcoming.
I is for:  Including each member  in each function and meeting.
O is for: Overcoming Obstacles so you may work and plat together.
N is for: Nuking the needless negativity floating around the lodge home.

I know you all love the moose as I do so lets start working together and get  our members back

Remember: Volunteers do not Necessarily have the time They have the heart

Frankie wysocki


Councils of Higher Degrees do have to carry Fidelity Bond coverage (also known as employee theft coverage).  You may purchase this coverage from any source that you wish provided that the Insurance Company has a Best's rating of A or better.  Most Fraternal Units purchase this coverage through Lockton Risk Services.  You may contact them at 1-866-836-3373.

If you have any questions, please contact me.
Best regards,
Cynthia D. Traynor
Senior Staff Attorney
Moose International, Inc.
(630) 859-6619


One in Purpose and One in Commitment

It has come to my attention that a few of our higher degree members may be incapacitated in some manner (in a rest home, etc.). This is the perfect time to make a personal contact with the member or the family to offer aid or comfort. AND, some unit should pay the man's Lodge and Moose Legion or woman's Chapter dues to keep them in good standing and on the active rolls of their degree. This is brother helping a brother and co-worker helping a co-worker at its highest level. Remember we are the Moose and -- We are One in Spirit, One in Purpose and One in Commitment.

Thanks again for all your efforts and for being a piece of the solution!
Jim Fleminbg
Moose International










Council Higher Degrees ColorOfficial Logo

The official logo of the Council of Higher Degrees is the standing Moose overlaid on six (6) interlocking rings representing the degrees of the Order. The color of the rings denote the degrees: Pilgrim is gold; Fellowship is French blue, Moose Legion is purple, College of Regents is black, Academy of Friendship is blue and the Star Recorder is green.

Composition Of Higher Degrees

The Council of Higher Degrees consists of:
Members of the Pilgrim Degree of Merit, the Fellowship Degree of Honor, the Moose Legion Degree of Service, the College of Regents, the Academy of Friendship and the Star Recorders.


Council is a separate and autonomous unit of the Order. The purpose of the Council of Higher Degrees is:
  • To be actively involved in the retention of Lodge, Chapter and Moose Legion members.
  • To promote and support the programs of Moose Charities.
  • To honor all newly elevated members of the higher degrees.
  • To honor the memories of deceased members of the Council of Higher Degrees.
  • To promote the programs of the Loyal Order of Moose and Women of the Moose.
  • To encourage fraternal and social unity, benevolence and charity among all members of the Order.


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