Heartland Facility of Lakeshore Senior Living – NO MORE SPACES
Activities with residents and facility clean-up
Safe Haven Family Shelter – NO MORE SPACES
Spring cleaning and sorting donations to assist the homeless in transition from shelter to housing
Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee – NO MORE SPACES
Sorting food donations
Sophia’s Heart – NO MORE SPACES
Planting, cleaning and setting-up new resident wing for foundation that reaches out to children from birth to 18 who need restoration in various areas of their lives
Bell Garden – Outdoors – NO MORE SPACES
Planting/harvesting/mulching at a facility that promotes healthy living and access to organic foods
Friends of Warner Parks – NO MORE SPACES
Cleaning litter in picnic areas and along river, and maintaining hiking trails
Monroe Harding – Outdoors
Outdoor work for an organization providing residential programs for individuals who have suffered childhood trauma
Radnor Lake State Natural Area – Outdoors
Install gravel or mulch along hiking trails
The Moose Journalism Awards program seeks to encourage and motivate editors of all Moose publications towards the achievement of consistently high journalistic standards in their newsletters and, through such achievement, to enhance communication and shared information between Moose members and their Lodges, Chapters, Moose Legions, Higher Degree Councils, and Associations.
Entries are now being accepted for the 56th Annual Moose Journalism Awards, to be announced at the 2018 International Convention in New Orleans, LA. Participants can download entry/informational forms for both the publications and website portions of the contest at the following link (s):
– 2018 Publication Entries
– 2018 Website Entries
The deadline for website submissions is 4:30pm CST, Friday, February 23rd, 2018. The deadline for publication submissions is 4:30pm CST, Friday, March 2nd, 2018.
Lodge/Chapter publications are eligible for the Moose Journalism Awards competition ONLY if they hold a valid Moose Publication Permit (per requirement of the General Laws), UPDATED with EDITOR’S E-MAIL ADDRESS, or have sent a completed Publication Permit application to the Moose International Communications office that has been received by January 31, 2018. If you’re unsure whether your lodge holds such an UPDATED permit, call 630-966-2229. Association, Moose Legion and Higher Degree Council publications do not require a permit, but are required to follow the permit requirement of mailing one copy of every issue of the publication to the Dept. of Communications, 155 S. International Drive, Mooseheart, IL 60539-1174.
Good luck to all the participants!