Loyal Order of Moose:
Annually, the Moose Associations each nominate one Lodge member within their Moose Association to be considered for the honor of being recognized as the Order’s Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. The Associations each determine their own criteria for selecting their nominee. All Association nominees are judged and ranked, with just one Loyal Order of Moose member recognized during the International Moose Convention for their career of service and dedication to their Moose Lodge, Moose Legion, Moose Association, and the Order.
Congratulations to William T. Trice III of Seaford, DE Lodge 1728 who was this year’s Lifetime Achievement winner!
Women of the Moose:
The Lifetime Achievement Award program is designed to give special recognition to an outstanding co-worker in your Chapter for services rendered in the Chapter, the Lodge, and the community. Each State/Province has established their own criteria. Please verify nomination requirements and deadlines with the Chapter Analyst Coordinator. A committee of State/Provincial and Current/Past International Officers will judge the nominees. One nominee per State/Province will be submitted to Women of the Moose Headquarters by November 1st. There are no criteria established by Women of the Moose Headquarters, but the nominee will be judged against the most outstanding nominees of other States/Provinces. Each Chapter may recognize their nominee by completing and printing the certificate template available in the Forms/Documents section. Women of the Moose Headquarters will provide a plaque for each State/Provincial winner to be represented at the Midyear Conference.
Congratulations to Cheryl P. Volden of Oxnard, CA Chapter 1464 who was this year’s Lifetime Achievement winner!