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Sunday, September 7, 2014
Karaoke Contest
The Biggest Karaoke Contest To Ever Hit This Area. Sponsored By The Princeton Moose lodge .
Starting October, One Night Only. Get Your Form Monday At The Moose And Sign Up For This.
Rules And Regulations Will Be On It. This Is A Nation Wide Contest For All Moose Members.
$5000.00 1st Place
$3000.00 2nd Place
$1000.00 3rd Place
If You Are Not A Moose Member, You CAN NOT Sign Up.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
99th Birthday Celebration of Our Lodge
Princeton Moose Lodge 1521 turned 99 years old on August 22nd. We want to celebrate all the way to the 100th Celebration next August. Saturday night, 9/6/2014, Celebration Dinner and Dance. Everyone is encourage to come out and bring a covered dish. Dinner and Dance are Free. Dinner at 7:00 pm and Dance at 9:00 pm. Music by the Black Whiskey Band.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
New Acting Administrator
Our Lodge has a new acting Administrator, James "Jim" Akers. We would like to give him a warm welcome and thank him for taking on this task in our time of need. Thanks to all the people that have been helping him to get acclimated.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
NO Checks Cashed
There will be NO checks cashed at our Lodge until further notice. If this changes I will be sure to post it.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
All Drawings Cancelled
All Drawings at our Lodge have been cancelled until further notice. Once they start up again, I will be sure to post it here.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
R.I.P. Freddie Freeman, You will be missed.
Freddie “Peanut” Freeman, 58, of 114 Tranquil Lane in Princeton died Tuesday, August 26, 2014. Born August 17, 1956 in Detroit, MI he was the son of the late Emmett Freeman and Evelyn Wells Freeman. Freddie served as Administrator of the Princeton Moose Lodge # 1521 since 1999. He was a life member of Princeton Moose Lodge #1521 serving as Past Governor in 2002. He was a member of Mercer Legion #136 since 1995. He received the Fellowship Degree and the 25 Club in 1995 followed by the Pilgrim Degree of Merit in 2006. He was also a Past President of the West Virginia Moose Association. Freddie was also an avid Harley Davidson owner and enjoyed riding with his family and friends. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Thomas “Tommy” David Freeman. Survivors include his loving and devoted wife of twenty eight years, Trilby Lynn Steele Freeman of Princeton; one daughter, Ashleigh Nicole Freeman of Princeton; one grandson, Harrison Luke Freeman; three sisters, Patricia Freeman of Welch, WV, Barbara Kwak of Los Angeles, CA, and Elizabeth Tucker and husband Art of Portland, OR; and two brothers, Butch Freeman and Buddy Freeman and wife Brenda all of Welch. In keeping with his wishes Freddie was cremated. A memorial service to celebrate his life was held on August 31, 2014, at the George W. Seaver Chapel of Seaver Funeral Home in Princeton with Pastor Justin May officiating. A Pilgrim Degree of Merit Ceremony was conducted immediately preceding the service.
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Guest Policy for Princeton Moose Lodge 1521 - Effective Feb. 1, 2014
This policy will be strictly enforced as of Feb.1, 2014

1) A Princeton Moose Lodge member may sign in 2 people as a guest or prospective member.
2) A guest or prospective member may only be signed in 2 times as a guest.
3) Princeton Moose Lodge members can bring children into the lodge only if they are the parent, grandparent, or legal guardian. They must sign a form stating their relationship, child's name and age and that the child will be with them at all times, and they are resposible for the child. If you are 16 years or older you must have personal identification unless you are a member. Children 16 years of age and older may remain in the lodge after 10:00 pm., and be admitted to the dance, as long as they are with parent, grandparent, or legal guardian. Children under 16 years of age must leave the lodge at 10:00 pm.
4) A person 18 years of age may be signed in as a guest but can not be served any alcoholic beverages.
5) If anyone signs in a guest they are responsible for the actions of that guest at all times while they are in the lodge.
6) If the member leaves the lodge for any reason their guest must leave with them.

Any violation of this guest policy could result in the suspension of the members social quarter privileges.