On Monday, March 11th 2019, James Artz and Charles King were raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason in a well attended night of brotherhood and fellowship. Thank you to Wor. Dale Naismith, Wor. Glen Cunningham, Wor. Keith Gobin, Bro. Michael Dumas, Wor. Barry Topping, Wor. Raymond Fuller, Bro. Matthew Hollingshead, Wor. Thomas Perry, and Rt. Wor. Chris Lindsay for filling stations during the degree work. Thank you to Bro. Rob Armour for performing a heartfelt charge for the candidates to end the degree. Thank you to Rt. Worshipful Alan Leishman and his suite for attending, and as always thank you to the many visitors from various lodges who came to share the night with us! It was a wonderful evening!
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We’re men, each trying to be the best versions of ourselves possible. We find it’s easier to do that when we’re with other mean who share the same values. We’re there for our brothers no matter what life may bring, and our brothers are there for us. We help others, not just because it’s the right thing to do, but also because it helps us grow. We value honor and integrity. We believe there’s always more to learn.
Freemasonry is the world’s oldest and largest fraternity. It is comprised of adult men (18+) of good character from every country, religion, race age, income, education, and opinion. Its body of knowledge and system of ethics is based on the belief that each man has a responsibility to improve himself while being devoted to his family, his faith, his country, and his fraternity. Today in North America, the masonic fraternity gives almost $2 million each day to causes that range from operating children’s hospitals, providing treatment for childhood language disorders, treating eye diseases, funding medical research, contributing to local community service, and providing care to Masons and their families at Masonic Homes. The four million Masons worldwide continue to help men and women face the problems of the 21st century by building bridges of brotherhood and instilling in the hearts of men ideals for a better tomorrow.
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The Masonic Angel Fund is focused on providing modest assistance to children in need who do not fit the criteria for the usual social-service programs. Such assistance might be to provide a pair of glasses, a coat, shoes, field trip fees or minor health services.
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