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Monday, March 5, 2018
Moose Dues Notice
We can no longer pay your dues through the lodge.

Moose International requires everyone to pay their own dues directly to Moose International. You can return the enclosed envelope that you receive with your notice from Moose International and pay by check or credit, or go inline and follow the instructions from the web page http://www.Mooseintl.org then click on the tab labeled Pay Dues on the top of the main page.

You can pay anywhere from 1 year to 10 years of your dues at a time.

It is very easy to use with your credit card. Any questions on the web site you can ask any of your officers.

Thank you, Moose Officers
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Go to MooseRewards.org to redeem your points!

Administrator's Message
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Moose Rewards is a benefit program in which all members are automatically enrolled. To participate, you merely need to do things that strengthen out Fraternity, such as sign members, attend education sessions, participate in international events, encourage your sponsored members to stay enrolled, or simply renew your dues. Each of those activities earns you points, which you can redeem for items such as lodge/chapter/Moose Legion dues, Moose merchandise, contributions to Mooseheart and Moosehaven through Moose Charities, gift cards and even cash. You simply need to provide an active email address to redeem your points for the item you want.
Points are logged automatically through the Moose international database, so you have no paperwork or online forms to fill in. Simply log onto your My Membership Reward account (the link is found at the bottom right corner of the Moose International website) and you can track your progress and redeem your points by clicking on the Moose Rewards icon. If you haven’t logged on previously to you Record, simply follow the instructions.
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