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What seemed a long way off at our last meeting is now just around the corner. The Fall Reunion will be taking place on November 2 & 3, 2012. Ill. Russell A. Baker, Deputy for Pennsylvania, will be joining us for this event. We always strive to do our best and support the degree casts, but with such an honored guest with us this year we have extra incentive to really put on a great reunion.
The fee for this class is $100. Of course, a class needs men to fill it and that is where you come in. If you do not visit your Lodge and speak on behalf of Scottish Rite Freemasonry and encourage brethren to join, who else will? It is sometimes easy to forget that many new Masons know nothing about Scottish Rite Freemasonry. They don’t ask to join because they don’t know anything about it. A few words about its purpose and why you are a member is all it takes to get their wheels turning. So, get to Lodge and rise to say a few good words about Scottish Rite Freemasonry. Have a few petitions handy (call the Secretary if you need more) and you might find that you get some interest from newer Masons.
Everett Lodge will be hosting a Golf Scramble for foursomes at the Down & Country Club (Route 30) on Saturday September 29, 2012. Teams, singles and/or doubles are welcome. The cost is $75 per person and there will be cash prizes.
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Our Commander-in-Chief Ryan H. Speece, 33° and Jack H. Sppeece, 33° were pleased to present Cadet Robert Bisciglia, Warrior Battalion, Indiana State University with the Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Award. The presentation was made on May 3, 2012.
About the award from the NMJ website:
“This initiative recognizes second and third year cadets enrolled in the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) who have an academic standing in the top 25 percent of their class and who encourage and demonstrate patriotism by deeds or conduct during participation in extracurricular activities or community projects. The recipient receives three recognitions: a certificate suitable for framing, a medal engraved with the Scottish Rite Double-headed Eagle, and ROTC Education and Americanism; and a ribbon which, like the medal can be worn with the ROTC uniform.
Purpose. This award recognizes one outstanding cadet in the second year of a 3-year program or in the third year of a 4-year program.
Eligibility. The cadet must:
The office has acquired a couple of tuxedo items: a complete tuxedo, a set of ‘tails’ and several tuxedo pants. What is in the office is FREE! Call the office for a list of sized and to determine when the Secretary will be in so you can stop by and try them on. 814-942-2061
Please review your copy of the Sept/Oct 2012 Trumpeteer to view the proposed by-laws changes so that you can be an informed voter at our next meeting.