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The Lodge Office is accepting donations of bagged candy to support Fright Night on October 31st. Please drop off your bagged candy donation to the office Monday – Friday 8 am – 4 pm.
Barrels are in the Lodge Lobby to accept food donations for the Lodge Christmas Food Basket Program. The Lodge is planning to donate 70 food baskets to families in need this year. Items needed are boxed cereal, canned goods, peanut butter, boxed or packaged potatoes, rice, etc. Please no opened or expired items.
Message from the Exalted Ruler
The Governor stated that restaurants and bars, of which we are both, can allow occupancy capacity to equal 50% of the room capacity regulation as set by the Fire Marshall.
We will continue our mask policy which is that masks are required to enter the Lodge and while moving about in the Lodge. The requirement to sign-in on the Contact Tracing Log when entering the Lodge will remain in effect. We cannot contact you if we don’t know you were here.
More tables and chairs have been made available in the Bar. Seating in the Lodge room and Dining room have been expanded to meet the 50% occupancy requirement.
Hot Dogs and fries have returned on Sundays and Mondays. The counter clerk will take your order and place it with the cook. When your order is prepared, it will be delivered to you along with the condiments you ordered. The price of a Hot Dog and Fries is $4.00.
Outside food or drink cannot be brought into the Lodge, for sanitization reasons.
Lodge Clubs are allowed to hold meetings and events that had been postponed. The Fire Marshal’s occupancy numbers will be strictly adhered to for the meetings and events. Kathy will inform you of how many members you can have in attendance when you schedule your event with her.
Monday Night Dancers, at this time the Governor still does not allow dancing in restaurants and bars.
Bingo will remain dark until further notice.
“Fright Night”, October 31st on McCulloch Blvd. has been restored by the City. Barb and Bob Volk have again stepped up, on short notice, to man a booth. Donations of bagged candy will be needed. PLEASE DROP OFF YOUR CANDY DONATIONS IN THE OFFICE. Thank you in advance for your overwhelming generosity.
The Christmas Basket Donation program is moving forward. The Lodge is planning to build and donate 70 Food Baskets this year. Ed Wdowiak will have his reception barrels available in the Lobby to accept donations of canned and box food items. As a reminder, only non-expired, unopened food items will be accepted for distribution. Toys will be needed to round out the donations. Toys must be new and in unopened packaging. Thank you in advance for your overwhelming generosity.
As we try to restore some of the programs that we have enjoyed in the past, the health and safety of the Membership and Staff is our primary concern and has guided the decisions we are making. As the Governor and the Regulatory Agencies ease their restrictions we will continue to do the same.
Stay well and safe. I’ll see you around the Lodge.
Bill Horton, Exalted Ruler
“Together we will get things done”
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