Story Submissions

Tell us about the good work of your Lodge/Chapter for the chance to be featured on the Moose International website or the Heard of Moose? Facebook page!
  • Submissions that include high-quality photos are more likely to be featured.
  • If necessary, additional photos can be emailed to moosetalk@mooseintl.org. Please include the Lodge/Chapter Name & Number and a short description of the event.

Moose Rewards Program

Moose Rewards

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About the Moose Rewards Program:

It’s simple, you can earn points for sponsoring members, attending meetings, holding office, or just renewing your dues. Every member has an opportunity to participate and your points are awarded automatically without any paperwork or submissions.

Here’s what you earn for each activity:

  • Sponsor your FIRST ever new or re-enrolled member into the LOOM or WOTM – 6,000 points
  • Sponsor a new or re-enrolled member into the LOOM or WOTM – 600 points
  • Sponsor your FIRST ever new or re-enrolled member into the Moose Legion – 1,000 points
  • Sponsor a new or re-enrolled member into the Moose Legion – 250 points
  • Renew your Lodge or Chapter dues – 250 points
  • Renew your Lodge or Chapter Dues (year 1 to year 2) – 1,000 points
  • Renew your Moose Legion dues – 150 points
  • Renew your Moose Legion dues (year 1 to year 2) – 600 points
  • Pay dues multiple years in advance – 1,000 points
  • Become a Life Member – 1,000 points
  • Join the Moose Legion – 250 points
  • Become a Life Member of the Moose Legion – 600 points
  • Qualify for the 25 Club – 1,000 points
  • Attain the next division(s) within the 25 Club – 250 points
  • Attain a higher degree of the Order – 1,000 points
  • Members you sponsor renew their dues (year 1 to year 2) – 1,000 points
  • Members you sponsor renew their dues (year 2+) – 600 points
  • Members you sponsor renew their Moose Legion dues – 250 points
  • Attend an International Moose Convention – 1,000 points
  • Attend an instructor-led, live training session – 1,000 points
  • Complete an online training program – 600 points
  • Hold an elected office in your Lodge* – 8,000 points
  • Hold an elected office on your Association Executive Board* – 600 points
  • Hold an elected office in your Chapter* – 1,000 points
  • Hold an elected office in the Moose Legion* – 1,000 points
  • Attend the Moose Texas Hold ‘Em tournament or future select programs – 250 points

*At least 10 months in office and still in the position on April 30th

Here’s how many points are needed to redeem for:

  • Annual LOOM dues for Lodges with dues between $34-$50 – 22,500 points
  • Annual LOOM dues for Lodges with dues between $51-$100 – 30,000 points
  • Annual WOTM dues – 9,000 points
  • Annual Moose Legion dues – 9,000 points
  • Registration for the International Moose Convention – 30,000 points
  • Contributions to Mooseheart & Moosehaven through Moose Charities* – 8,000 points
  • Moose gift store merchandise* – 8,000 points
  • Entry into the Texas Hold ‘Em tournament – 420,000 points
  • Moose cruise fees – 726,400 points

*Represents the number of points for every $10 contributed or available for purchase

All program access is online:

Simply visit the My Membership Record section of the Moose website and your Rewards Record will be contained in your individual section. If you have visited before, simply log in. If you have not, follow the instructions to establish a user profile. You can keep track of your points and redeem them by revisiting this area. To redeem points, you must also provide a valid email address.

The program’s official start date is May 1, 2015 and is scheduled to conclude on April 30, 2024. All activities conducted from the start date through conclusion will be counted towards points earned. No activities prior to the start date will be awarded points as previous programs and awards were in place to reward activity. Points are non-transferable. Moose International reserves the right to alter the program at any time.

For promotional materials and more information, including the Official Terms & Conditions, please visit the Membership section on the Forms & Documents page.

Lodgic Everyday Community

Supporting communities and kids for over 100 years, Lodgic is a nonprofit initiative of Moose International dedicated to creating access to opportunity for working families, facilitating thriving business, and fostering shared community. Lodgic was created out of a belief that communities can aspire to more, achieve more, and enjoy more when they work together.

This investment into the future of our Moose organization, our fraternal mission and into the lives of future generations is something that only Moose can own. It is three distinct lines of business under one roof, meeting the needs of Millennial parents, today’s child and our local communities. At Lodgic you will find –

New Moose Experience

1. A state-of-the-art flexible workspace environment available to independent workers and small businesses that desire a flexible and convenient workplace for themselves and/or their employees. Our hospitality-first focus generates a dynamic and creative work environment that brings leaders and innovators together under one roof.

2. A unique Moose-branded, flexible learning-oriented childcare experience –designed to accommodate the variable schedules of parents while delivering a high-quality early childhood education experience that instills the values Moose cares about and are found at Mooseheart – caring for others in need, social responsibility, and community contribution.

3. A comfortable, casual social space with intentionally family-focused food and beverage. Serving high-quality, healthy foods at all parts of the day that meet the needs of today’s modern family. Whether the need is for a quick-serve breakfast, a more relaxed lunch or a ready-made family dinner to take home, we have it covered.

4. To compliment all three lines of business, Tommy Moose will lead our development of “Kid Citizens.” A space where children and their parents live out their values through service programs and initiatives that benefit the local community and raise funds for Mooseheart.

This is truly an exciting time to be a Moose! We are expanding our network and setting ourselves up to be positive community influencers for centuries to come. In addition, we are opening up another avenue of financial support for our children at Mooseheart.

For the longevity of the organization, this additional path makes sense and contains just the right amount of Lodgic to succeed!

Orlando Convention | Things To Do

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This year marks Moosehaven’s 100th Anniversary! Be sure to keep your schedule open on Saturday, July 2nd for a special event to celebrate Moosehaven’s Centennial year!

Tickets are $75/person. Ticket price includes round-trip bus ride to Moosehaven’s campus, a BBQ meal on site, and a commemorative gift.

More details to come on a later date.

Moose members are in for a special treat as we welcome Jimmie Allen, country music star and Moose member, to the stage during the Moose’s 25 Club/Fun Night Celebration during the 2022 International Moose Convention on Sunday, July 3rd.

Multi-platinum recording artist and songwriter Jimmie Allen has been blazing trails since the beginning of his breakout career. He made history as the first black artist to launch a career with two consecutive No. 1 hits off his 2018 debut album Mercury Lane – the first being his debut single “Best Shot,” which claimed the No. 1 spot on country radio for three weeks, and the second being “Make Me Want To.”

Allen won the 2021 Academy of Country Music’s (ACM) New Male Artist of the Year award and is currently nominated for the Country Music Association’s (CMA) New Artist of the Year award. His recent single, “Freedom Was A Highway” with superstar Brad Paisley, climbed through the Top 20 on country radio as he performed on Paisley’s Tour 2021 as his special guest this past summer.

The multi-talented Allen’s debut picture book, My Voice Is a Trumpet – a powerful story about speaking up for what you believe in, at any age – was published on July 13, 2021 with Flamingo Books.  Further, Jimmie was still competing as a celebrity on season thirty of ABC TV’s “Dancing with the Stars” as of the beginning of November.

Chris Singleton will be the featured speaker at a special presentation to the Moose Fraternity on Friday, July 1st at 4:00pm at the Rosen Shingle Creek Orlando.

Chris Singleton is a former minor league baseball player drafted by the Chicago Cubs. He became a nationally-renowned speaker with a message of resilience, forgiveness and unity following the loss of his mother in the 2015 Mother Emanuel Church Tragedy in Charleston, SC. Chris now shares his message with over 60 organizations and over 100,000 students and educators across the world annually.

Chris’ overall mission when speaking is to inspire his audiences with his story of resilience and to unite millions of people with his belief that, “Love is Stronger Than Hate.”

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Southwest Airlines is proud to partner with Moose International!

Attendees of the 2022 International Moose Convention can take advantage of discounted fares when traveling to/from Orlando (MCO).

Book your flights via SWABIZ using Company ID: 99405132 to qualify for special rates and increased Rapid Rewards earnings.

Discounts eligible for reservations booked through 6/11/2022 for travel 6/25/2022 through 7/8/2022.

Travelers can earn more points to use for reward flights! As a benefit, travelers will receive 50% more Rapid Rewards bonus points* on all flights purchased through the Rapid Rewards frequent flyer program. Not a Rapid Rewards member? Click here to create a free account.

The Rapid Rewards program offers unlimited rewards seats, no blackout dates, no seat restrictions, and your points never expire! As a Rapid Rewards Member, you can earn points by flying or spending with Southwest Airlines partners and can use them how and when you want. To learn more, click here.

*Does not include tier-qualifying points. Tier qualifying points are earned from revenue flights booked through Southwest Airlines or through the use of the Rapid Rewards Premier Credit Cards (1,500 tier qualifying points for every $10,000 in eligible net purchases on that card, up to 15,000 tier qualifying points per year). Purchased points and points earned from Rapid Rewards program enrollment, tier bonus points, flight bonus points, and partner points do not count toward A-List or A-List Preferred status.

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Please call the Rosen Hotels number listed below for assistance with all hotel reservations. Shuttle bus services available for all Rosen Hotels listed below. All hotels are within a 10-15 minute drive of the Rosen Shingle Creek. *The Moose hotel block is full.

Rosen Hotels – (866)996-6338
Rosen Shingle Creek Orlando

Rising above the horizon stands Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel, a sight welcoming you to experience the personal touch of an independent, full service, luxury hotel with all the amenities you expect. The location is prime—on Universal Boulevard, east of the Orange County Convention Center North/South expansion, and 10 minutes from the Orlando International Airport. Rosen Shingle Creek’s third and best-known quality creates the perfect trifecta—award-winning customer service.

Rosen Centre Hotel

The distinct architecture of Rosen Centre rises high above the landscape; its two open wings welcome all travelers. The luxury hotel marks the center point of business, entertainment, and family fun. As a guest, your vantage point extends beyond the short walk to the Orange County Convention Center and the brief ride to world-class entertainment and the hub of Orlando travel. Designed around your comfort, award-wining services and amenities create a stylish and sophisticated experience, one that is truly unforgettable. Hand-delivered to you is the Rosen Difference—personalized service delivered by staff emboldened by the freedom to exceed standard expectations. This is how the Rosen Centre stands alone in the middle of it all.

Rosen Plaza Hotel

Located at the crossroads of convenience and distinction, Rosen Plaza is Orlando’s unforgettable choice for families to connect, couples to retreat and groups to discover their collaborative spirit. Experience The Rosen Difference with award-winning hospitality from expert staff and see why Rosen Plaza raises the bar for even the most well-seasoned traveler. Rosen Plaza is embedded in the heart of Orlando’s entertainment-rich International Drive, minutes from area attractions and connected to the Orlando County Convention Center. Come…stay…and experience extraordinary luxury with personalized service that only Rosen Plaza can offer.

Rosen Inn Pointe

The Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando brings you style and comfort at a budget-friendly price without sacrificing amenities or service. The hotel offers free gated parking for each guest’s first two cars, and you’ll never pay a resort fee. Guestrooms include many homelike amenities and comforts such as pillowtop beds, flat panel HDTVs with access to Disney and premium movie channels, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, private bathroom, and ample space. When looking for affordability and convenience to the Orange County Convention Center, look no further than the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando.

Orlando Convention | Registration

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By completing the registration form and submitting your registration fee, you are entitled to attend all scheduled meetings of The Moose and workshops, regardless of your current affiliation (LOOM or WOTM).

Further, WOTM members may also attend any scheduled meetings of the WOTM.

All ticketed events require separate fees and qualifications as listed below.

Additional LOOM Registration Options:
Moose Legion Breakfast – $35.00 (Limit 1)
Fellowship Breakfast – $35.00 (Limit 1)
Pilgrim Lunch – $40.00 (Limit 1)
Moosehaven Roundtrip Bus Transportation – $75.00
(ticket includes gift, meal and entertainment at Moosehaven)
25 Club / Moose Fun Night* – $30/ticket

Additional WOTM Options:
College of Regents Lunch – $40.00 (Limit 1)
College of Regents Matriculant Fee^ – $25.00 (Limit 1)
Academy of Friendship Breakfast – $35.00 (Limit 1)
Star Recorder Lunch – $40.00 (Limit 1)
Star Recorder Matriculant Fee^ – $25.00 (Limit 1)
Moosehaven Roundtrip Bus Transportation – $75.00
(ticket includes gift, meal and entertainment at Moosehaven)
25 Club / Moose Fun Night* – $30/ticket

*If you anticipate earning 25 Club status, you will receive complimentary, premiere seating (+guest) for this show. Do not order tickets at this time.
^ Must have call letter.

Pre-registration is now closed – you can still register on-site.

On-site registration—$100.00
On-site meal ticket price will be:
Breakfast – $50 / Lunch – $55
If you have questions call 630-906-3658.

If you are mailing in your registration form, please send entire form with payment to Convention Registration, 155 S. International Dr., Mooseheart, IL 60539-1173.

Moose Journalism Awards

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 61st Annual Moose Journalism Awards, to be announced at the 2023 International Convention in Reno, NV. Participants can download entry/informational forms for both the publications and website portions of the contest at the following link(s):

2022-2023 Publication Entries
2022-2023 Website Entries

Lodge 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, 2023. If you’re unsure whether your lodge holds such an UPDATED permit, call 630-966-6243. Association, Chapter, 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!