2021 Proposed General Law Amendments

Moose International’s Judiciary Committee and the Moose International Board of Directors have approved the proposals below for amendments to the existing General Laws. Article XII of the General Laws requires the Chief Compliance Officer to send a copy of the proposed amendments to the General Laws to the Administrator of each member Lodge at least thirty (30) days prior to the International Convention. The Chief Compliance Officer desires to publish the  proposed amendments in advance of this deadline to give the members and delegates plenty of time to review the proposals.

The proposed amendments below will be voted upon by the delegates of the 2021 International Moose Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. If approved by the delegates, the amendments will be effective on August 1, 2021.

Cincinnati Convention | Ritual

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Ritual competitions will be held during this year’s International Moose Convention in Cincinnati, OH. The Lodge Ritual Competition will take place on Thursday, July 1st, 2021 and the Moose Legion Ritual Competition will take place Friday – Saturday July 2nd – 3rd, 2021.

To enter competition, the following items must be submitted:

  • Team Entry Form and $60.00 team entry fee
  • ALL competing Ritualists must be registered for the International Convention.
  • Entry form and fee must be completed and sent with check for payment to Moose International

Lodge Ritual Entry Form | Legion Ritual Entry Form

Cincinnati Convention | Preliminary Schedule

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Print/Download the Preliminary Schedule* for the 2021 International Moose Convention in Cincinnati.

Several workshops will be held during this year’s convention. For a summary of each session, click here.

*schedule subject to change – information regarding additional programs will be added at a later date

Please note that most meetings during the convention will take place at the Duke Energy Center. Located in the heart of Downtown Cincinnati, the Duke Energy Center has grown from a convention and exposition space, to one of the largest conference, entertainment, and exhibit spaces in the Midwest.

2021 International Moose Convention | Cincinnati

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Join us in Cincinnati from June 30th – July 4th, 2021 for the 2021 International Moose Convention.

This unprecedented event will feature the first sessions ever to discuss men and women sharing equal opportunities and responsibilities in the operations of our lodges Fraternity-wide. Special events include a Moose Member Night at the Great American Ballpark featuring the Cincinnati Reds vs. the Chicago Cubs; the 25 Club/Moose Fun Night with Beatle’s tribute band American English; and a free Fourth of July Concert with Bohemian Queen playing the hits of the legendary band, Queen.

Nestled among the hills of the Ohio River Valley, the City of Cincinnati has the personality and charm of an Old World city, complemented by the stature of a world-class business center. Foodies and food trucks, brewmasters and bourbon, football and fussball, tradition and transformation – it’s all happening in Cincinnati!

With a cityscape overlooking the mighty Ohio River, Cincinnati is a strikingly pretty metropolis where visitors are never wanting for something hearty to eat, classy museums to visit, and exciting sports events and festivals to go wild over. Dominated by the breathtaking Roebling Suspension Bridge, Cincinnati radiates north from the waterfront and encompasses stylish neighborhoods, urban green spaces, a prominent university, and all-things German.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear the latest information about the future of your Fraternity and to reconnect with friends from across North America after such a difficult year in 2020!

See you in Cincinnati!

NASCAR Partnership | Why Advertise With NASCAR?

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“We were very pleased with our partnership with Ross Chastain in 2020 as he represented the Fraternity in a very positive way and are excited to continue that relationship this year. He, along with Chip Ganassi Racing, projects the same values that we have as an organization and certainly supports our core missions, especially giving children in need a second chance at life.” – Director General, Scott Hart

NASCAR Partnership | Race Schedule

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Look for Chastain’s car, emblazoned with the Moose Fraternity logo, as he competes for victory in the following races:

May 16th, 2021
Drydene 400
Dover International Speedway
FS1 – 2:00pm ET

August 22nd, 2021
FireKeepers Casino 400
Michigan International Speedway
NBCSN – 3:00pm ET

September 11th, 2021
Federated Auto Parts 400
Richmond Raceway
NBCSN – 7:30pm ET

September 18, 2021
Bass Pro Shops Night Race
Bristol Motor Speedway
NBCSN – 7:30pm ET

Print/Download NASCAR Viewing Party Dispensation
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*Remember, talk with your Territory Manger before submitting dispensation to help with any questions prior to submission. Email dispensation and advertisement of the event to Rick King or fax to (630) 966-2208.

NASCAR Partnership | Meet Ross Chastain

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NASCAR’s busiest driver, Ross Chastain, is a 12th-generation farmer and eighth-generation watermelon farmer from Alva, Fla. When not working in the field, Chastain competes in all three of NASCAR’s top-tier series. His most recent victory was at Daytona International Speedway (July 2019) when he took the green-and-white checkered flag to win Stage One and led 49 of the 100 laps before driving into Victory Lane.

Chastain made his NASCAR debut in 2011 at the age of 18, competing in just five events before transforming the opportunity into a full-time ride in 2012. In his rookie campaign, Chastain earned a best finish of third place at Bristol Motor Speedway after starting in the 15th position.  It was then that Chastain caught the eye of fellow driver and team owner Brad Keselowski, who offered the young gun a ride piloting the No. 19 in the NASCAR Truck Series.

Taking advantage of the opportunity, Chastain collected two pole awards and led 229 laps en route to four top-five finishes – including two runner-up finishes – and seven top 10s.

In 2014, Chastain made his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut at Charlotte Motor Speedway and competed in a total of seven races that season, earning a top-10 finish at Kentucky Speedway.

Success continued for the up-and-coming driver in the 2015-2017 seasons, as he ended each year in the top 20 in the NXS standings. The 2017 season also brought Chastain the opportunity to make his NASCAR Cup Series debut at Dover International Speedway, where he earned an impressive top-20 finish, advancing 16 positions from 36th.

In 2019, the Florida native continued his efforts earning his second-career Xfinity Series win and highest season points standing of second place in the Truck Series.

In 2020, Chastain finished 7th in the NASCAR XFINITY Series points standings scoring 15 top-5s and 27 top-10s, driving the No. 10 Nutrien Ag Solutions Chevrolet for Kaulig Racing.

Chastain was hired to the drive the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2021.

Off the race track and farming field, Chastain enjoys spending time with family and friends and being outdoors.

Follow Ross Chastain on social media for more updates:

Facebook: /RossChastainRacing
Twitter: @RossChastain
Instagram: @rosschastain