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September Ryan
· March 18, 2018
Fun place to go great service nice atmosphere clean
Stacey Farr
· July 11, 2015
I have a lot of good memories in this place.. Thanks to my family for all the good times. And I mean not just the family that shares my blood but all the friends that became my family there...
Robin Crawford-Orlikowski
· June 19, 2017
Everyone is always super friendly. Drink prices are good and the golf is fun! We enjoy playing there each Father's Day. It's tradition.
Patty Mckean
· December 11, 2016
Thank you to all the volunteers who put on an excellent Christmas party for the kids. Mr. and Mrs. Claus were the best and the gifts were awesome.
Jeannie Botwinski Winburn
· January 22, 2017
What a happy place. I had such a good time. So many people, lots of smiles, even though staff was very outnumbered great service!
Dorothy Kluiter
· February 27, 2017
I love it I work and I live there lots, pool, golf, shuffleboard, dinners, horseshoe,dancing I give it a 5 star rating
Aimey Nystrom
· June 20, 2016
Great staff, friendly members. Made us feel welcomed since day 1!!! Very nice place to go and hang out at. Also very kid friendly! Very family oriented.
John Keyte
· July 21, 2017
We joined 2 months ago and love the people and lodge.
David Elaine Figger
· September 19, 2015
Great place, my uncle Hal invited us there twice, good food, great people, wish the lodge was closer!!!
Darrin Bernatowicz
· February 12, 2017
Very Moosey,, A great place to get your Moose on.
Beach relay race.
Dance Floor is Rockin on New Years Eve
Trivia This Wednesday

All events subject to change, call the lodge for more information

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Fun St Patti’s Day Party with Guinness Brothers Band !

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Tonight is the LAST night of the season for the LEGION Crew to cook ! Get your Fish/Chicken dinner with our oh-so-tasty mashed potatoes & gravy ~ 6:00
All you can eat $9

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It's Wednesday ! That means it's Taco & Trivia Night ! 7 pm

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St Patti’s Day Party !

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Guinness Brothers Band

Saturday night is gonna be magically delicious at the Sparta Moose's St. Pat's Day Party‼️ Great Irish food - drink specials - classic rock and kick butt Irish by The Guinness Brothers 🍀🇮🇪 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! NO COVER! If you're looking for the BEST St. Patrick's Day Party, you've found it‼️ Music starts at 7 ... Hope to see all our friends there!

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Chris Perry to Women of the Moose (WOTM)

The "Moose Legion" or "Degree of Service" was created by resolution during the
annual convention of the Supreme Lodge in Cinci...nnati, Ohio, and adopted by the
Supreme Council in 1913 as the Mooseheart Legion of the World". Initially, and
continuing until 1931, women enjoyed full membership as an intricate part of the
Mooseheart Legion of the World. Early issues of the Moose Magazine proclaimed this
union of men and women with the headlines….. "Mooseheart Legion for Men and
Rodney Brandon, the "Moose Legion" degree's first administrator carrying the title
Grand Regent, devised the first emblem, which incorporated a moose head centered in
a pyramid with the letters "F", "H", and "C" at its points superimposed over a heart,
surrounded by a circle and containing the words "Alces” and "Machlis", all of which had
individual meanings. The pyramid symbolized the core of our existence, Faith, Hope
and Charity, while the heart symbolized heart of the fraternity, and the word "Alces"
meaning moose or large beast and "Machlis" meaning leader. The emblem was used in
conjunction with the Women of the Moose until 1991, when a change was made to give
both the Moose Legion and the Women of the Moose specific logo identity.
Though the Women of the Moose (originally termed the Women of Mooseheart
Legion) had received formal recognition as a Moose auxiliary in 1913, they at first had
little structured program of their own beyond the Chapter level. That changed in 1921,
when James J. Davis, (247th member of the Loyal Order of Moose and the founder of
Mooseheart ), met and hired a remarkable woman named Katherine Smith. When the
19th Amendment had granted women the right to vote in 1920, Smith, (from
Indianapolis,) reasoned correctly, that women in politics would be a "growth market."
She quit her secretarial job to go to work in Warren Harding's successful Presidential
campaign--and, still in her 20s, she was rewarded with an appointment as Director of
Public Employment in Washington. Labor Secretary, James J. Davis, was her boss, and
he immediately recognized her talent and drive. It took him five years to convince her to
quit her government job and go to work for him running the Women of the Moose. A
stereotypical "women's program" held no interest for her, Smith argued. "So get out
there and make a program," Davis retorted. She did exactly that, as the organization's
first Grand Chancellor. The year 1931 brought the formal organization of the Women of
the Moose, and produced an amicable split from the men, as a separate and distinct unit
of the fraternity. Katherine Smith served as Grand Chancellor of the women of the
Moose for 38 years until her retirement in 1964, at which point the Women of the Moose
boasted 250,000 members. (It has since grown to more than 540,000, in approximately
1,600 Chapters.)

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This Saturday at the Sparta Moose! Great people and great cause. Raffles, music, food and good times! Come out and take a nap with us

8 piece butterfried shrimp basket with fries ( no substitutions ) for only $5.00 Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5pm to 8pm, not exactly as shown but close

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A beautiful day to make someone‘s day. In the words of the Moose Legion Motto we challenge you to
“Do One Good Deed “ today.

Don’t forget Trivia tonight at 7 & Fish Fry this Friday at 6.


Happy Wednesday!

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5th Annual Chili Cook Off was a huge success! Thanks to our generous sponsor Jimmy McHugh of McHugh Buildings and to all of our tasters/judges and of course our cooks, this event would not happen without all of you. Congratulations to our winners, 1st place Nancy Rettig, 2nd place Dave Welch and 3rd place to Laurie Dykstra.

Congrats to the Beanbag Tourney winners!
1st team out - Mike & Brigitte
3rd place - Jim & Tyler
2nd Place - Rylan & Ben
1st Place- Roger & Jake...
Thanks to all that participated , bought tickets & cheered the players on.
It was a great day of fun with our Moose family & friends!

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