December 2013 Officers Notes
I hope everyone had a safe and happy Thanksgiving. We all sometimes need to be reminded how truly lucky we are.
Volunteers are still needed to help in the kitchen. I would like to get enough volunteers on line so that the same people will not always have to do the work. If we can build our available work force, we can also make a schedule that will allow us to count on people without burdening the same people. Any help will be appreciated and I will be happy to work with you in any way I can.
One Member who has recently stepped up to the plate is Yvette. She has been doing a well done job on Hamburger and also on Steak Night.
Speaking of Hamburger Night, it seems that in recent weeks, the interest has really diminished. PLEASE utilize this night. Feel free to call ahead as we do take out. If there are any suggestions for another kind of "food night" that we may be able to do, please talk to me.
Of course I also have to thank Cindy, Joe and Dollie for always being willing to help out whenever they are called upon. As I said before, if we can get more volunteers it will be less work for everyone in the long run.
I hope some of our new Members will take this opportunity to get involved.
From our Secretary
Welcome to Our Newest Members!
Carol Anne Portillo
Phillip W.Vanwey III
Sherry Ann Roberts
James T. Stokes
Thomas R Nault
Robert Mc Bryant
Dear Members -
In the middle of January I will start sending out dues notices for the 2014 - 2015 year. If you have any questions please contact me and I will try to answer any questions.
Mojave Queens candidates pageant practices will be held every Sunday starting in December.
Community tree lighting ceremony is December 14th, 5 to 7 pm and ELKS will have an Arts and Crafts table.
Mojave community Queens and Mojave Movement Art Center is collecting $5 gift cards for Veterans at Lancaster Veterans home. On December 18th at 2 pm we will be serving cookies and there will be a dance performance of the Nutcracker for the veterans. Anyone is welcome to come and help. They love visitors.
Lodge Secretary 2013 - 2014
From our Chairman of the Board
Bequests and Living Trusts
As we start another year with great expectations, I hope your plans include the ELKS Bequests and Living Trusts Program. Whatever your bequest is it will benefit the children in the Major Projects Program and help fund the miracle working technicians that work so hard for our children in the State of California.
Start the year off making sure you are leaving a loving legacy to those who are in need. For information on how you can help the Major Project through the Bequest and Living Trust program, please click Living Trust
Warren Guest, PER
Chairman, Trustees 2013 - 2014
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