La Crosse Moose leadership:

Loom Lodge #1920

Administrator -
Glen Garbers

Board of officers

Governor -
Ken Konzen
Past Governor - Jim Sinniger
Jr. Governor - Mike Konzen

Prelate - Roger Hanson
Treasurer - Greg Loomis

1st year trustee - Scot Wooden
2nd year trustee - "Butch" Troyanek
3rd year trustee - Don "Ducko" Juen

Sergeant at Arms - Erik Coaty
Inner Guard - Ken Erdmann
Outer Guard - Vacant

WOTM Chapter 1526

Board of officers

Senior Gegent -
Sharon Morris
Junior Regent - LuElla Kerska
Jr. Grad regent - Melanie Wuensch
Chaplain - Dee Monti
Sec/Treasurer - Addie Bott
Recorder - Rita St. Clair

La Crosse Moose Family Center
Moose Lodge #1920
La Crosse, Wisconsin
Administrator Glen Garbers "rallying the troops."
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Success of the La Crosse Moose starts with it's leadership...
"Like any successful business, organization or family,
 there has to be strong leadership in place. the La Crosse Moose is a business, organization and family all rolled into one so there has to be exceptional leadership to make it all come together."
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Though the Moose fraternal organization was founded in the late 1800s with the modest goal of offering men an opportunity to gather socially, it was reinvented during the first decade of the 20th century into an organizational dynamo of men and women who set out to build a city that would brighten the futures of thousands of children in need all across North America.

When Dr. John Henry Wilson, a Louisville, Ky., physician, organized a handful of men into the Loyal Order of Moose in the parlor of his home in the spring of 1888, he and his compatriots did so apparently for no other reason than to form a string of men's social clubs. Lodges were instituted in Cincinnati, St. Louis, and the smaller Indiana towns of Crawfordsville and Frankfort by the early 1890s, but Dr. Wilson himself became dissatisfied and left the infant order well before the turn of the century.
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Dr. John Henry Wilson
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