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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE MEMBERS
Colordo Moose Association Mid Year Conference - March 17 -20, 2005 Longmont Moose Ldge #1548
Get Set - Get Ready - LearnThursday, March 17, 2005 6:00 p.m. - Dinner at Lodge 7:00 p.m. - New Member Orientation 8:00 p.m. - Enrollment - - Guest Speaker - William B. Airey, Director of Marketing and Membership Development Friday, March 18, 2005 7:30 a.m. - Registration (front hallway of Longmont Lodge) 7:30 a.m. - Executive Committee Breakfast Meeting 9:00 a.m. - First Business Session: Call to Order - John W. Kline, Jr. Invocation - Prelate Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call of Association Officers/Chairman Conference Obligation and Pledge Minutes of Association Board Meetings (Minutes preparinted and distributed in advance to read prior to approval) Association Treasurer's Report - Bob Danielson CLASS STARTS - BE PREPARED: (bell rings) Course Registration - Mooseheart/Moosehaven Admissions - Instructor Professor Bob Stenzel Orientation - Day to Day Operations for Officers, Chairmen (or Avoiding the Gong Show Hook) Fred Miller 11:30 a.m. - Lunch Bell/Recess 1:30 p.m. - Reconvene - President Roll Call Credentials Report CLASS STARTS (bell rings) Class Schedule - Reviewing Progress and Preview of Session - John Kline, Jr. Orientation - Nominations Committee and Election - "Timing is Everything - Fank Vawter Physical Education - Calisthenics - Coordination - Chuck Halberstadt Science - Computers in Lodges (Prerequisites - Purchasing 101), Training 101, Implementation Adjourn Saturday, March 19, 2005 7:00 a.m. - Registration - Lodge North Hall 7:30 a.m. - Moose Legion Breakfast 9:00 a.m. - Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call of Officers and Chairmen Roll Call of Lodges Remarks from WOTM Official Visitor Credentials Report CLASS RECONVENES (bell rings) Class Schedule - Reviewing Progress and Preview of Session - John Kline, Jr. Physical Education - Medicine Ball Training - Chuck Halberstadt Tuition - March of Scholarship Checks from Lodges - Storry Lynn ABC's (of) Membership, Campaigns, Enrollment, Orientation, and Retention Follow-up - David K. Meyers Reading the General Laws, Private Policy and Understanding Changes in the Fraternity - Larry Seaton Writing - Creating a Plan for Success through Applying the 7 Steps of Moose Momemtum, Examination Following Arithmatic - Putting a Pencil to the Paper for a Successful Lodge and Social Quarters Operation (Break out session) History - "Making History by Planning Ahead" - Lodge Self-Evaluation Form (Break out Session) - Larry Greene Lunch Bell - Recess (Registration - Lodge North Hall - Close at 1:00 p.m.) 1:00 p.m. - Reconvene (Class Time Bell will Sound) Roll call of Officers Roll Call of Lodges Final Credentials Report CLASS RECONVENES: (bell rings) Social Studies - Tips are More than What's Left on the Table" - Power Point Presentation - Professor Brian Spencer Language Arts/Creative Writing - Communicating Through Announcements, Posters, Newsletter for Successful Events Business 101 - Marketing the Lodge, Targeting Membership and Community - Instructor Professor Bill Airey Management 103 - Finding, Organizing and Motivating Volunteers Communications 100 - Constructive Applications - Joint Meetings with the Chapter and Understanding Joint Management - Address by Assistant Regional Manager Professor Bob Snyder Address by Regional Manager David Habeck,/p> Graduation Proceedings - Address by Official Visitor, Professor Bill Airey Final Remarks - Valedictorian President John Kline, Jr. Obligations of Attendees Closing Prayer Adjourn 6:00 p.m. - Banquet at Lodge Moose of the Year Presentation Ritual Competition Results Dance and Party Time Sunday, March 20, 2005 9:00 a.m. Lodge Officers Training - Larry Greene, Deputy Supreme Secretary
Sponsor a candidate, new or former member, and win a $400.00 voucher for a trip of your choice. Each member you sponsor earns you one chance to win the travel contest. Drawing will be held each quarter after the CMA meeting. Voucher good for one year..
One drawing at State Convention for $400.00 travel voucher. To Quality: Pay Lodge dues to State Association on time (4 quarters = 4 chances) Submit Lodge quarterly report to Mooseheart on time (4 quarters = 4 chances) Governor must attend mid-year and state convention (2 meetings = 2 chances) Administrator must attend mid-year and State convention (2 meetings = 2 chances) Lodge must receive Merit Award (1 award = 1 chance) If all of the above are accomplished one additional point will be added.