From the President

updated 5/18/2022


I would like to congratulate the members of our Board of Directors for the 2022–2023 year. Also, let’s recognize Linda Payne for becoming our first female third year trustee.

Everyone remember to be safe this summer and enjoy the upcoming holidays.

Keep this in mind:

“No man stands so straight and tall as when he stoops to lift up a child” —— James J. DAVIS

Greg Kirby President

updated 4/21/2022

Dear Members:

I hope this newsletter finds everyone well and looking forward to a great summer season.

I would like to take this time to thank the Board of Directors, Appointed Chairmen, and all the volunteer’s for a job well done for the fiscal year 2021 – 2022.

The lodge is always in need of volunteer help at the lodge and I encourage each of you to, maybe, take a look at some projects that you could assist with.

Again, thanks teach and every one for a great year!

Greg Kirby

Remember to Do Some good Thing For Someone Each Day!

updated 3/23/2022

Brothers and Sisters:

Well, spring is around the corner and so is warmer weather!

A few important dates are coming up this month.

They are as follows:

District 10 Meeting

Farmville Lodge 968

Saturday April 2nd, Meeting starts at 2pm.

Blue Ridge Moose Legion 82 Meeting

April 9th at Lynchburg South Moose Lodge 1727

Meeting starts at 2pm

715 Moose Legion Car Show

715 Moose Lodge April 16th from 10am until 4pm.

Anyone wishing to volunteer should contact me or any 715 Moose Legion Member.

This year all proceeded will go to Lynchburg Police Foundation.

Remember To Do Some Good Thing For Someone Each Day!

Fraternally Yours,

Gregory Kirby


updated 2/26/2022

Brothers and Sisters:

I hope everyone is well and looking forward to warmer weather.

There are many new and exciting opportunities coming to the Lodge in the up coming months. So, please watch for information in the newsletter and on our web page.

I would like to thank our Social Quarters Staff for the outstanding presentation of foods for the Super Bowl Game, and how well all the events were coordinated. Also, thanks fora great Valentines Special meal and Moose Legion Dinner. It was a wonderful display of all of your talents and culinary skills!

Again, remember to

Do Some Good Thing ... For Someone Each Day.

Fraternally Yours,

Gregory Kirby


updated 1/23/2022

Dear Members;

As of the time of this newsletter, it’s snowing here in Lynchburg. I hope everyone stayed warm and safe.

The convention in Norfolk was very good, with lots of current information and general laws reviewed.

I am proud to announce that Moose Lodge 715 won the Tommy Moose Auction this year, and a VMA board member will present this honor to our lodge at an upcoming membership meeting.

Greg Kirby, President

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updated 1/09/2022


I hope each and everyone of you had a wonderful and joyous Christmas and New Years.

I want to thank each of you for your support of our Lodge in 2021, and hope that 2022 is

as prosperous. Thanks to all our staff and volunteers for the assistance in all of the December projects! GREAT JOB!!!!!

Again, thanks Everyone!! Greg Kirby, President

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updated 11/02/2021

As many of you know, I underwent another surgery recently and am a little exhausted currently.

We have had a couple events lately and have many more planned for the “Season”.

Thanks to all that helped and participated to make these events successful.

I look forward to sharing the holiday season with all of our members and family's.

If there are any needs that you feel the Fraternity can assist with, please put it in writing and submit to any board member or leave a letter behind the bar.

Have a great month and do something good for somebody every day !!

Greg Kirby, President

updated 10/05/2021


This is a story about four people named: Everybody. Somebody. Anybody and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that, because it was Everybody’s job. Everybody thought Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn’t do it. It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody when Nobody did what Anyboby could have done.

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updated 08/28/2021

Dear Members;

I want to start by thanking the members that take time out of their schedules to attend our membership meetings; these meetings allow our members to stay informed of all the great things that our lodge has to offer and also gives you, the member, a chance to have a voice in activities at our lodge.

Remember that volunteers are always needed at the lodge.

And remember to:

Do Some Good Thing For Someone Each Day

Gregory Kirby


updated 08/16/2021

Dear Members

I hope everyone has been able to find a cool place during this Virginia heatwave.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one that volunteered at the car show, what a great job by everyone. The show was a great success. I’m hoping the lodge will do another show in early fall, look for more information.

Stay cool and safe and remember to .....

Do Some Good Thing For Someone Each Day

Gregory Kirby


updated 07/05/2021

It’s great to See Everyone’s Faces Again!

July will be bringing lots of activities to our Lodge with the Moose Legion Car Show on July 24th including the Low Country Boil and Children ID kits, 50/50s and the cash giveaway for benefiting the animals in Campbell County.

With the 4th of July Holliday coming soon everyone please be safe and have a great time.

With the Covid restrictions slowly being lifted it nice to see some form of normalcy returning in our everyday lives.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Brother Jim Puckett for the outstanding job on the Facebook, Grover text message site and the lodge’s web page. Please everyone check it out.

Remember volunteers are always welcome and needed on committees or small everyday projects. And everyone that has volunteered a big THANK YOU!

Well until next month

Gregory Kirby


updated 06/03/2021

Brothers and Sisters

There’s a lot of misinformation going around about the new meeting agendas. While there may be changes regarding the setup of the room there is still an opening and closing prayer as well as the 9 O’clock ceremony and endowment collection.

All of the usual business is still conducted. I wonder how many of those piping up actually attend meetings on a regular basis anyway? Maybe if more people would attend meetings they would be more informed to the actual facts instead of the gossip and word of mouth misinformation.

Our lodge is like a wagon. If too many people want a free ride and there’s no one left to pull it… we go nowhere.


Gregory Kirby


updated 02/01/2021

Hope everyone is doing well and staying safe. Remember your mask and practice social distancing.

Also please remember when you sign a quest in, you are responsible for your guest.

Anything that guest does while here, you are responsible for. There have been guests that have been signed in and are not following rules. Their behavior while in the lodge reflects back on you and they, along with you can be barred.

We want to keep everyone safe and happy.

No dancing on the dance floor at this time due to the Covid. Please respect this, this is from the Governor of Virginia.

We still need volunteers at Bingo. If you can help on a Sunday or Wednesday please let me or Patty Bryant know.

Have a happy Valentine’s Day


Your Governor Daniel Viar