Warren Moose Family Center 


Warren, PA 16365

Warren Moose Family Center is a private club where its members and qualified guests can socialize in a comfortable, family atmosphere, have a favorite beverage, and dine for lunch or dinner well below the cost of other restaurants in the area. The Moose is an organization made up of men and women that care for young and the aged, support numerous community activities, and celebrates life. When you think of the Moose you will soon realize the fun that your membership provides. Warren Moose Family Center strives to provide fun activities throughout the year for all ages.

These activities range from weekly entertainment from some of the best bands in the area on alternating Fridays and Saturdays for the adults to Halloween, Christmas and Easter parties for the children. Oh yes, don't forget the annual picnic and golf tournament. Check out the Activities Page for what's happening now. 
Mountain Laurel Moose Legion 23
The 2015/2016 meeting schedule has been finalized. All Moose Legionnaires should plan on attending the following meetings.
  • January 16, 2016 -- St Marys
  •  March 19, 2016 -- Emporium

Warren Family Center Going Green
Help your Lodge go green and save some money at the same time.  Simply record your email address on the form at the bar.  Not only will you save a tree, but the club won't have to pay postage for your newsletter.  It will also allow communication of activities going on in lodge.  Make sure you get your email address in to the Lodge. You can do this by sending it to lodge109@mooseunits.org.

Weekly Entertainment

The entertainment schedule for the next few weeks are listed below.
April 9 - Remedy X
April 16 - Roadhouse Rocker
April 23 - Porcelain Bus Drivers
April 30 - Witch Hazel

Our Location
422 Pennsylvania Avenue West
Having a Party
 Planning a party for a special occasion, consider your Lodge.  We have developed a new Banquet Menu.  Call 814-723-4320 To discuss your party.

District 8 Meeting Update
May,s District Meeting will be in Ridgway 1183 on May 1, 2016, Officer's meeting starts at 1:00 PM. Come out and support your District and see what is going on in the Pennsylvania Moose Association and Moose International.

Strong Community Service Program Builds Awareness and Showcases Value
At various points through the year, any number of Moose members are going to have an idea for a community service project that their Lodge or Chapter can organize.  When those moments happen, the next step is to attend a Lodge or Chapter meeting and present that idea, said Moose International Director of Activities Shawn Baile.  “Under normal circumstances, a member would present his or her idea to the Board of Officers for consideration,” Baile said. “Ideally, if the Board of Officers feels it’s a viable idea then this is something that would be passed to the Lodge’s Heart of the Community Committee.” Baile said not every idea results in a community service event. However, he said receptiveness to members’  suggestions is important.  “People are going to have ideas,” he said. “You don’t want to have your mind made up before it’s presented that it’s not going to work or that you don’t want to hear about it. Every idea is worth being heard.”  Baile said the vitality of a Lodge operation often rests on the strength of its commitment to being the “Heart of the Community.”  “Having a strong Community Service program can in no way hurt your Lodge,” Baile said. “If your Lodge is doing things for the community and it’s visible, then it’s all the more attractive to non-members.”  To that end, Baile said it’s important to loudly proclaim the fact that the Moose is the sponsoring organization of the event when it takes place. “It can be something as simple as wearing a Moose hat or jacket or wearing Moose Tshirts for a highway cleanup,” Baile said. “That’s free advertising. People will then start to associate a Moose Lodge with doing good works in the community. This is how people become aware of your organization.”

Build Our Foundation - 2015/2016 Campaign 

Last year the emphasis was the children at Mooseheart, seniors at Moosehaven, and communities.  This year the focus is on growing our Lodges and Chapters; the foundation of the organization.

The "Build Our Foundation" campaigns runs from May1, 2015 through April 30, 2016.  In recent time Lodges, chapters, and Moose Legion have struggled to maintain their membership levels.  The 2015/16 campaign will refocus on growing our foundation, members, to support the endeavors of the organization.  Retaining members is a priority.

This year, each member submitting an application will receive a lapel pin like the one pictured above.

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