Season’s Greetings Brethren,
I hope peace and joy has found its way to each and every one of you. I thank you for placing your trust in me to guide our lodge through another masonic year. I would also like to thank all of our lodge officers for their wisdom and dedication in keeping our lodge alive. We request all hands-on deck to help meet our proficiency in our Master Mason inspection this year. Your attendance at our meetings and participation at events will help our lodge prosper.
Welcome back to Lodge Brethren!
I hope you had a wonderful summer. We look forward to seeing you in Lodge on September 12th for our first stated meeting of the fall.W
With inspection behind us, we have a Spring of activities for the Lodge. We had a very successful FC degree for Inspection and we should be proud of the progress we have made this year.
Thursday, April 4, is a special meeting Alternative Proficiency presentation. DDGM Jim Hieb and DEO William Fletcher will make a presentation about the new Alternative Proficiency process. Together they will demonstrate this process in the Fellow Craft degree. It should be a very educational program. Dinner will be at 6:30 pm and attire will be business suit
Thursday, April 11, is a stated meeting with dinner at 6:30 pm.
Thursday, April 18, we will be dark for Holy Week. Happy Easter!
SEPTEMBER 14 – GRAND MASTER’S ONE DAY CLASS – MEDINA
As February arrives we can look back at a great start to our year.
We’ve raised our first candidate of the year as Wor. Bro. Ted Cutts presided in the East as Brother Trevor Cutts received his Master Mason degree to a nearly full Lodge Room. It was a great evening as over 90 Master Masons were present.
Ted was one of 7 in the room who had raised their son – what a great Masonic Family tradition! Senior DeMolays played an important part in the evening as well.
The Fellowcraft Team was almost all Rocky River Lodge members like the old days. It was great to see so many familiar faces back in Lodge. We hope to see you often.
RWB Heib and WB Fletcher, DEO, were in attendance as we honored WB George Mason on receiving his 60-year pin. It was great to see George in Lodge.
As I write this our 43rd Breakfast in the Park will be Sunday. A perfect day is forecast – 20 degrees.
And our third annual range night with nearly 40 members and guests signed up was to have been held on January 31st.
On February 7th we will have an Officer’s Meeting at 700 pm and an Entered Apprentice degree on the 14th. We are moving toward our goal of 10 new Master Masons this year.
Inspection season has begun and we will be traveling to our neighboring Lodges in February and March.
our goal for the year.
Mark W. Rantala, W.M.