The Havelock Moose Family Center has scheduled an event to welcome Moose International Supreme Governor James F. Henderson at 4 p.m. on Sunday at the center.
Henderson is the highest elected officer within the Moose fraternity.
Sunday’s event will include a special enrollment ceremony and dinner for new members to inform them about the fraternity.
Afterward, a Heart of the Community service program is scheduled and will include an update from the Havelock Police Department about the "Cop in the Box" donation and how it helps protect children in the community.
Also, the Havelock Moose Family Center will be making a donation of Tommy Moose stuffed animals to the Havelock Police Department as well as city fire and rescue units. The stuffed animals can provide support to children in distress when police or fire and rescue are called to their homes.
The Havelock Moose also plan to make a donation of food to the local food pantry in Havelock. The food donations are regularly collected during the center’s Wednesday night bingo games, which are open to the public, as well as from the men and women of the fraternity.
Also scheduled during the event, member Sue Allen will make a presentation about the Relay for Life organization. The Havelock Moose regularly supports Relay for Life, which raises money for cancer research.
A dinner of steamship round or chicken with mixed vegetables and mashed potatoes is scheduled to be served, followed by a sports activity night.
The entire event is designed to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Mooseheart.
The Havelock Moose Family Center is located at 1007 East Main St., between Pizza Hut and Bojangles, in Havelock.
For more information, call the family center at 447-3920 or Administrator Randy Sweat at 646-8511.