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Many people have questions about the Moose Fraternity, if you want to know more, we invite you to come on down and knock on our door.  We are not some secret society. We work together for the betterment of our community and fraternity. While our main charitable goals are Mooseheart and Moosehaven, we do lots within our community.  We look forward to meeting you!

If you would like to contact us via email, please use our contact us page! 

Please select "membership questions" in the contact us form and we will be in touch.

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We Welcome

If this is your first time visit, we are glad you are here. We like to say, we treat strangers like friends and friends like family!

Do you have questions about what the Moose Fraternity is all about? Come knock on our door and find out what we do within our community.

We Volunteer

Some of the best memories are made at the lodge! And, some of the best memories are made volunteering for a great cause.

We volunteer where needed within our community and support Mooseheart and Moosehaven, Special Olympics, and other charitable endeavors. If you want to help come on down!

We Donate

We the members of the Moose are defined by the actions we do and are stronger together than we are apart.

Because of our donations to Mooseheart, Moosehaven, the Boy Scouts, Special Olympics, area schools, and many other charitable organizations are stronger today because of the Moose.

Member Notice: Our Homepage is dedicated to our "Heart of the Community" service work. For more up-to-date member information please visit our other sections like "Social News" or "Our Calendar" or "Organization News".

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

To all members of the Moose,

As members of the Commonwealth of Virginia and as members of a fraternity that prides itself on helping children and seniors in need, we want to step up and help those in need.  In the coming days, we are asking that if you are a member (lodge affiliation is not a determining factor) over the age of 60 and contracts the COVID-19 virus we want to hear from you.  We will be helping all that we can if you live near the lodge.  We are starting within a few miles of the lodge.  This requirement is adjustable based on your condition and need.  We are just setting a baseline.

This list will be used to check in on you, and procure needed items during your illness.  We see this as a way to give back to our amazing members and community.  So, if you are sick and in need, please contact the lodge.  You can do this by sending an email, calling the lodge, or telling us of someone in need.

We are going to also need volunteers to help in this effort.  We will need members for transportation of stuff (technical for anything) and needed items to sick members.  Please let us know if you can volunteer!  We have a few to start, but will need others!  Now if you can, please donate in any amount you can to help support this effort.  Now for safety, we will communicate with the sick member and find out a transfer place where both will be safe from infection.

No matter if the lodge is open or closed, we will continue to try to help in any way we can.  This is an open invitation for all members of the fraternity.  We will help members from any lodge that is nearby!  Everyone has a role to play during this national emergency, this is ours!

Thank you in advance for all your efforts and help during this time of great need.

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

On Tuesday, March 24, 2020, the Governor of Virginia signed "Executive Order 53" that orders some non-essential services, including all recreation and entertainment services, to close.

Hair salons, barbers, massage therapists and similar non-essential services who can't feasibly carry out social distancing must close.

The order covers three categories of businesses:

  1. Recreational and entertainment businesses, like bowling alleys and theaters, which must close their doors by midnight on Tuesday.
  2. Non-essential retail stores, which are allowed to remain open so long as they can limit patrons to 10 at most, maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet, and follow CDC guidelines on sanitation.
  3. Restaurants and foodservice establishments, which can remain open for carry-out, curbside pickup, or delivery, but not in-house dining.

Dining and on-site alcohol establishments are allowed to keep operating through delivery and takeout services but must close on-site dining to the public. That includes restaurants, food courts, farmers' markets, breweries, distilleries, vineyards, tasting rooms, and Moose lodges.

This Executive Order shall be effective March 23, 2020, amends Amended Order of the Governor and State Health Commissioner Declaration of Public Health Emergency, Order of Public Health Emergency One, and shall remain in full force and in effect until amended or rescinded by further executive order.

As we go through this stressful time, please continue to be safe.  We will make it through this.

 

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They not only have some of the best food in town, they support our neighborhood.
Sandi
Sandi
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They have Taco Tuesdays, Moose Wings Wednesdays, and more. If you have not tried our cooking you are missing out!
Dan
Dan
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They always have something fun like sports or racing on the televsions. Great prices, great food, great friends!
Carl
Carl
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Knowing that the Moose supports Mooseheart, and after meeting the girls of the Virginia House at Mooseheart, I decided I would be a member for life!
Scott
Scott
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