These Moose Legionnaires feel an increased level of pride in membership. Opportunities to be leaders and to provide additional support for the Order's philanthropic causes in relation to Mooseheart & Moosehaven are recognized through involvement in this degree.

Each lodge is encouraged to organize Moose Legion Committees. These groups hold various functions for the social enjoyment of the local members. By so doing not only do the members enjoy their membership even more, but additional support is generated for the lodge itself.

Additionally, an area of lodge's band together and unify efforts to form Moose Legion jurisdictions (sort of like a district). These jurisdictions then hold additional functions for members, set up by the boards of directors elected by the members. They raise significant funds for support of Moosehaven and Mooseheart as well as general support of the state and provincial associations and indeed the fraternity itself.

The Moose Legion is known as being the "Degree of Service" because of the many programs it supports. It is also possibly even better known as the "Fun Degree." Our members do like to enjoy themselves! Our mission is: "To have fun while providing greater service to the Moose fraternity." Our motto is: "To do some good thing for someone each day."

Any forms and additional information can be found in our Moose International Document Library Section.


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The Waynesboro Moose Legionnaires came together and built a handicapped ramp for our brother and sister members (JR Shade and Mary Shade) so that they could safely get their brother and mother in and out of their home. Thanks to Charlie McThenia, David Turner, Skip Smith and Skip's son Shawn. Without their help this project would not have been possible.

Photos by Joseph R. Rowland District 6 Photographer

MAC Project and Youth Awareness Lodge Standing Report

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