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SPECIAL PROJECTS
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Globe-HandsThe Special Projects Committee has always worked hard to complete projects that have been taken on by the California/Nevada Moose Association in the best interest of the Children and Seniors at Mooseheart and Moosehaven.
The many projects over the past years have done well within their hard working hands.

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Hi Everyone.  Attached is the final spreadsheet and closure letter on the now Consumer Science Classroom Project that will be sent to all Fraternal Unit leaders this evening with a request that they share it with their membership and publish it all or in part if the produce a newsletter.  Additional information on PE Office and WSS Project will be out sometime next week.  I am trying to get a handle on those of you that are on multiple group mailing list.  So if you are let me know any you wish to be dropped from I will take care of it. 
Thanks for all you do.  Bob  
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CALIFORNIA/NEVADA MOOSE ASSOCIATION, INC
MOOSEHAVEN CENTENNIEAL PROJECT
MISSION STATEMENT

To fulfill our responsibilities to complete a commitment made in March 2016 to Moose Charities by the California/Nevada Moose Association, Inc. To raise and donate a minimum of $150,000.00 to be used to construct a new 3 story, 105 single and double unit apartment building on the Campus of our Senior home, Moosehaven. This fundraising effort is our part of an overall 10 million dollar new building project.

                                                                                                   GOALS


MOOSEHAVEN CENTENNIAL PROJECT
AWARDS PROGRAM





Your California/Nevada Moose Association Special Projects Committee has developed a Recognition Awards Program available to all Fraternal Units, in or outside of the California/Nevada Association boundaries, to provide recognition to those Fraternal Units, Special Activity Groups, Committees and Individuals, at various stages of donation achievements. It consists of a multiple step program based on monetary donation achievements and is based on the minimum total donation expectation for the three year program of $1005.00. The steps and minimum donation ranges for achievement are as follows:

Step 1. Will be a Certificate of Achievement and will be awarded when your donation level reaches the total of $335.00.

Step 2. Will be a Certificate of Achievement and will be awarded when your donation level reaches the total of $670.00.

Step 3. Will be a Certificate of Achievement and will be awarded when your donation level reaches the total of $1005.00.

Step 4. Will be a Certificate of Achievement and will be awarded when your donation level reaches either $2010.00 or whatever your total donation is at the announced official date the program ends

Step 5. Will be an appropriately engraved Plaque and will be awarded when your donation level reaches $3015.00

Step 6. Will be and appropriately engraved Plaque and will be awarded when your donation level reaches either $4020.00 or whatever your total donation is at the announced official date the program ends.

Step 7. This step and any additional steps beyond will be the same as Step 6, except a rise in donation level of $1005.00 per step. ADDITIONALLY, there will be an appropriately engraved Special “ASSOCIATION TOP DONOR” Award for the highest total donation received.

Good Luck to everyone, in your quest to be #1.

Fraternally, your A to Z CNMA Special Projects Committee: Mike Aldrich, Bob Bakman Chairman, Chuck Barber, Charlie Bright, Leonard Chapman, Andy Higgins Bob Inderbieten, Gary McGrath, Russ Nelson, Bill Thompson and Joe Zenkus

 



MOOSEHAVEN CENTENNIAL PROJECT


Hi everyone. ISN’T IT GREAT TO BE A MOOSE!!! Your CMNA Special Projects Committee is back and ready to introduce you to Moose Charities new major project and the California/Nevada Moose Association’s plan to raise and donate our minimum share of the cost. So here we go with the Who, What, When, Where and How.

WHO? The Who be You. As the leaders of the Lodges, Districts and Council of Higher Degrees that make our Association Fraternal Units (FRU’s), we count on you to motivate your membership to plan, organize and execute fundraising activities to reach or exceed the Goal. And do not forget the Who includes all committees as well as Individual members, at all levels of the Association. We have also invited our partners at the International level, WOTM Chapters and Moose Legion Jurisdictions, for their support.

WHAT? The Project consists of building a new, state of the art, three story, 105 single and double apartment living facility at an estimated cost of 10 million dollars. For additional information, conception drawings, and details, see pages 8 & 9 of the February-March Edition of the Moose Magazine.

WHEN? The time is now. The Project received it final approval in January at the International level.

WHERE? It will be constructed on our City of Contentment grounds at Moosehaven.

WHY? Facts and Statistics indicate a large growth in our retired population in the coming years. In order to prepare and provide for our Moose Senior population retirement needs we must start now so when they need our help we will be there and ready to provide for them.

HOW? This is where the WHO which is YOU, both collectively and as Individuals comes in. It is up to US, the can do Association, to take our share and Gid’er Done.

At the Midyear Conference the Association Board committed to a minimum donation to the Project of $150,000 over the next three years. There are currently 149 Chartered FRU’s in the California/Nevada

Association. This means that the Minimum donation expectation from each Unit per year is $335.00 per year. Sounds like a lot, however it isonly $27.92 a month and $0.92 a day. There are some FRU’s that throw that amount or more money away in recyclable materials, every day! Have someone do a 50/50 fundraising drawing for the Project once a month at a Unit gathering and send half or $27.92 to Moose Charities for the Project. However it takes participation by ever FRU to make it happen. So DO YOUR SHARE or more. So now you have completed your fundraiser, turned the money in and received a receipt. At this point we recommend that a check be cut by immediately and Mailed to Moose Charities, the money belongs to them, not the FRU. It also help keep the funds from becoming comingled with the FRU’s and inadvertently not being available.

Checks are to be made out to Moose Charities ONLY and be sent to 155 S. International Drive, Mooseheart, IL.; 60539-1000. In order to receive proper credit for the donation the following needs to be written in the Memo section of the check, CNMA-MHN Cent. Proj.; which is the mnemonic abbreviation of California/Nevada Moose Association-Moosehaven Centennial Project.

In closing we will share with you two quotes that were used recently on of a fundraising mailing from Moose Charities:

   “YOU ARE THE FUTURE OF THE CENTENNIAL PROJECT … ONE                                   DONATION AT A TIME.

Remember the ten most important two letter words in the English language:

                          “IF IT IS TO BE, IT IS UP TO ME!”

We wish to Thank all those who have participated in our past Programs and encourage those that have not to do so. Remember if you need help, please do not hesitate to contact us Contact information can be found on the CNMA website at www.ca-nvmoose.org.

Fraternally, you’re A to Z CNMA Major Projects Committee: Mike Aldrich, Bob Bakman Chairman, Chuck Barber, Charlie Bright, Leonard Chapman, Andy Higgins, Bob Inderbieten, Gary McGrath, Russ Nelson, Bill Thompson and Joe Zenkus

 








Moosehaven Prepares For New Project

Good Morning to all:||
I got this from John Capes at the campus on 9/28 - a first step, the project begins...|Thanks for all of your support. Enjoy the video....
Regards,
Bob Sypnieski                     Click To See Tower Coming Down

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MOOSEHAVEN CENTENNIAL PROJECT NEWS

Hi Everyone. With the new Moose fiscal year upon us and our Midyear Conference behind us it seems like time for an update of how we are doing and an updated spreadsheet. So here we go. Our donation level as of 4/30/17 is $125,849.29. We still have a lot of Lodges that have not donated at all and a scattering of other Association Fraternal Units (Districts and Councils of Higher Degree) that have zero donation level. Our list of Individual donors continues to increase in both size (115) and donation level, with many repeat donors and includes some of TOP DONATION LEVELS within the Nevada/California operational area. The Moose Legion jurisdictions and the Women of the Moose Chapters continue their support of our Association as shown by donation participation level of 92+ percent; compared to a donation participation level of only 63+ percent for our Lodges.

We have said it before and we will continue to say it, donations, no matter small or Large count toward the final Goals of reaching the Association set minimum of $150,000.00 or better, the $250.000.00 Goal this Association has the capability of accomplishing. If we all work together as a unit on this project, and all of the other expectations set we will always be in contention for the “TOP ASSOCIATION”. We have the Ability, in Unity there is Strength, Ability + Strength= the Best; and that is where we belong!!! So what needs to happen is; those who are doing fundraising and sending it to Moose Charities, just keep on doing what you are doing. If you have a blank space in the first donation column, do something to fill it, like plan a fundraiser specifically to raise funds for the Moosehaven Centennial Project, then, no matter the amount, ask the Administrator to cut a check to Moose Charities with CNMA MHP in the Memo section, and to mail the check to 115 S. International Dr.; Mooseheart IL. 60539-1100; if you donate on a regular basis you will be helping your Association reach the set Goals.

Fundraising: Definition (ours); an organized or individual effort to acquire funds to be donated to a specific purpose of cause. Steps: 1. Get authorization to do fundraiser. 2. Easiest way to acquire money is to ask for it. Example: Hi we are doing a 50/50 drawing to be drawn during the second intermission of the dance tonight to help build additional housing for our Senior Members at Moosehaven. Tickets are 3 for $1.00 or 21 for $5. How many would you like? 3. Sell tickets, announce amount sold, have drawing, present winner with half. 4. Turn in other half, get receipt and above procedure should happen.

We say thank you to all those Individuals, Fraternal Units and Activity Groups For the outstanding support you have shown toward this Project and look forward to your continued support. We ask that everyone help by taking an interest in those who are having problems and help them become involved.

DO NOT WAIT, DO NOT HESITATE, DO PARTICIPATE, DO DONATE

You’re A to Z Moosehaven Centennial Project Committee: Mike Aldrich, Bob Bakman, Chairman, Chuck Barber, Charley Bright, Leonard Chapman, Andy Higgins, Ray Hungate, Bob Inderbieten, Mike McGrath, Russell Nelson, Bill Stukes, Bill Thompson and Joe Zenkus
 

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