Women Of The Moose
Heart Of The Community
As the CA/NV Women of the Moose Heart of the Community Chairman I am excited to contribute to this website and to bring you all up to date on what is going on with our committee. I along with my committee - Dee Angeles from the Camarillo Chapter and Janet Wade from the Gardena Chapter, work very hard throughout the year to communicate with the Chapters particularly at our conferences, and to give out information and materials for the many programs our committee represents: Safe Surfin’; Special Olympics; Youth Awareness; Cop in the Box etc. In addition at the last 2 conferences we have partnered with the CA/NV Association to host a Heart of the Community event in Reno. These events have been very successful and we are gearing up to make them even more successful. At our conference in March we will again be having a Blood Drive, Stuff a Bus for Food (non-perishables & Clothing), Tommy Moose
presentations. Coworkers, the Heart of the Community event is a wonderful event. Our committee urges everyone to participate. We want Reno/Sparks to know that the Women of the Moose and Loyal Order of Moose were there! If you have any questions please contact me at email@example.com or Dee Angeles at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure to visit our WOTM Heart of the Community booth at Reno for GREAT ideas on how to assist your community. For those of you who have been making the beautiful Quilts and Blankets for the Police/Fire Departments and other organizations, please bring them to our booth so we can give you recognition in our meeting. We would like to track who is donating the items.
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.”