At our February 8th Regular Communication, Worshipful Master Paul Hansen, assisted by Wor. David Sproul, acting as Marshal and Chaplain, and with our key Officers, conferred the Entered Apprentice Degree on Brother Travis M. Gilbert. Behind the masks, everyone is “all smiles.” Congratulations, Brother Gilbert!
Our Officers for 2020-2021
At the Regular Communication, September 14th, Wor. Master Frederick J. Bowe received his Past Master’s Certificate, Past Master’s Apron, and Past Master’s Jewel from Rt Wor. Douglas J. Ellis who was acting as the District Deputy Grand Master of the 14th Masonic District for the Rt. Wor. John C. Toto during an Official Visit to Corinthian Lodge. Rt. Wor. Ellis noted that the Past Master Apron was originally from Rt. Wor. John H. Hart (1961-1962); passed to, Rt. Wor. Ellis (2014-2016); and now, to Wor. Bowe.
Wor. Master Bowe thanked the Officers and members of the Lodge for their untiring efforts throughout his tenure. He especially, thanked all the Past Masters who lent their guidance, recommendations, and assistance to him. In appreciation to his Officers, Wor. Master Bowe presented each officer with a Masonic embossed ‘facemask’ as a remembrance of the unique “pandemic year of 2020.”
Congratulations Wor. Bowe!
At the February Tri-Lodge, Wor. David Sproul received his 50-year Veteran’s Medal from the 14th District Deputy Grand Master John C. Toto with Wor. Master Fred Bowe also conveying his congratulations. Wor. Sproul’s wife, Janice, attended the presentation.
Our Wor. Brother Jeffrey Lewis being received at the Grand Master’s Quarterly, Dec 2019
Some photos from our Annual Picnic, August 18th 2019
Worshipful Master Fulton and RW Anthony Leroux following RW Leroux’s presentation on the George Washington Apron at June 10th 2019 Regualar CommunicationRW Doug Ellis said, “A million thanks for everyone who came together to make Picnic in the Park a resounding success once again this year! I just got done counting the cash. We had a banner year! After all is said and done, we cleared almost $3,400! It was the perfect storm of a nice weather, enough stock to sell and lots of people sticking around for the holiday. It was another hot July day but as always, we so much help it was a lot of fun and we’d all do it again in a heartbeat! We sold 408 hamburgers, 396 hot dogs and 56 lbs of strawberries in on shortcake with whipped cream.”
Picnic in the Park preparations…..Videos: Some great Masonic videos