Plymouth Man honored at Moose International Convention

 Richard O'Keefe (l) and Governor Ralph "Woody" Whitman of Plymouth congratulate Victor Garrard of Plymouth who received the Moose Fellowship "degree of honor".

Richard O’Keefe (l) and Governor Ralph “Woody” Whitman of Plymouth congratulate Victor Garrard of Plymouth who received the Moose Fellowship Degree of Honor.

Victor Garrard of Plymouth, a current officer of the Plymouth Lodge #2485, Loyal Order of Moose, was awarded the Moose Fellowship Degree of Honor at the Moose International Annual Convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

The Fellowship Degree is awarded to members who have demonstrated leadership ability by giving their time and effort to serve on multiple Moose committees and by being a loyal, enthusiastic and active member of their Lodge. The Fellowship Degree is the third highest of four degrees that Moose members are eligible for. Members of the Fellowship Degree are recognized throughout the Moose organization as fraternal leaders who have earned the respect of their brother Moose members by service to others.

Garrard, a member of the Plymouth Lodge since 2005, has served as an officer in the local lodge for over eight years; he earned the “Governor’s Award of Excellence” during his time of leadership.  He has also served as a District Officer for the MA/RI Moose Association, and has chaired different lodge committees during his membership.

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