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Thursday, March 6, 2014
The Elizabethtown Moose Riders have a very busy and exciting agenda planned for the coming months. On Sunday, April 6, they will be hosting another Meat Bingo, with doors opening at noon and bingo starting at 2 p.m. All prizes for the games are meat prizes geared for the Easter Holiday. Tickets are available in advance in the Social Quarters.
On the weekend of May 9-11, the Moose Riders will be hosting the Southeast Region of Moose Riders for a Weekend Bash. Activities will kick off on Friday night with a pre-registration welcome party in the Social Quarters. On Saturday, a morning Poker Run gets underway. During the run, we will be visiting Cocalico Valley Moose Service Center, Chickies Rock Moose Lodge 307 and Middletown Moose Lodge 410. Following the run, all participants can enjoy an All-You-Can-Eat spaghetti dinner. Following dinner, the Moose Riders will be joined by Sports Committee in hosting a LIVE BAND in the ballroom. The Elizabethtown Moose Lodge will really be rocking that night.
Looking ahead, the Moose Riders on Sunday, August 17, will be co-hosting with Rita’s Ice, a car, truck and bike show. The event will take place on Lodge property, as well as at Rita’s and Winnemore Alley. The Riders are expecting approximately 150 cars, trucks and bikes to be displayed for judging and awards.
If you are interested in joining in any of these events, please look for the posters and information that will be displayed in the Social Quarters. If you have any questions about these activities or want to learn how to join the Moose Riders, contact Greg Kwiatkowski, Jack Wetting, Rob Painter, Tom Foltz or any other Moose Rider.
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