Women Of The Moose
Let me introduce myself. My name is Denise (Dee) Angeles and I have recently been selected as the Women of the Moose State Community Service Chairman for California and Nevada.
In this position, it is my responsibility to promote the Community Service endeavors sponsored by Moose International namely, Special Olympics, Moose Youth Awareness Program, Safe Surfin’, Valued Veterans and Tommy Moose as well as the many community service programs supported locally within our association. I will also be working closely with the Association Heart of the Community Chairman.
As we have done in the past, we will be collecting blankets, hats, Tommy Moose, Tommy Moose Coloring Books, Tommy Moose Bookmarks and Tommy Moose Bags during our Annual Conference. These items will be given to various Reno organizations. Please stop by our booth and collect some of the various pamphlets that the committee has to distribute, identifying the various Community Service Programs. Please take this information back to your Chapters and present it to the co-workers so that they will be informed about the different programs.I would like to ask a favor, if you have pictures of events that you recently had pertaining to Community Service, please email them to me. I want to show the co-workers the wonderful things that the Chapters are doing.
Our committee would like to thank all the co-workers for their continued support of our many programs and for the work they do for organizations in their communities.
I look forward to seeing you all in Reno. Please do not hesitate to email me with questions or if assistance is required. Thank you again for your service.
Making our communities better places in which to live is a major portion of the mission of the Moose fraternity. Our Lodges and Chapters annually contribute monetary donations, values of miles driven and value of hours served totaling more than $75 million. From small projects to
large undertakings, from local programs to national and international partnerships, the men and women of the Moose are there – and they are reliable, compassionate and genuine in their responses to the needs of others. Our goal is for residents, both members and non-members, to see the Moose as “The Heart of the Community.”