From the East – March 2017

My Brother, Our Fraternity is about Making Good Men Better. This is not a fancy marketing slogan or sales pitch but is simply a statement of fact. In each of our degrees our character is tested, our trust is reaffirmed, and our faith is on display for all to see. The Entered Apprentice Degree is... View Article

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From the East – February 2017

My Brother, The 3rd Monday in each February is a day to celebrate the President’s of our nation. It is also the birth month of our First President, George Washington. George Washington was not only our First President and the General of the Continental Army but was also Master Mason. General Washington was afforded, and... View Article

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From the East – January 2017

  My Brother, Masonry for many is another thing we have added to our daily lives. With many, the New Year is often filled with joy, reservations, and resolutions. While many of us may make new year resolutions, I would like to speak about a phrase in our closing charge that every Mason should follow... View Article

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From the East – December 2016

My Dear Brother, Something I have heard even before I was a mason was a saying — “On the level” .  Hearing this growing up you might not think of this as a Masonic saying, but that is  exactly what it is. The Level, so the newly made Mason is taught, that it is for... View Article

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From the East – November 2016

My Dear Brother,   As the lodge has recently invested in new officer aprons I find it appropriate to go look up the history and symbolism of the apron as it is the badge of a mason.  When a newly initiated brother receives his apron for the first time this is a very special event... View Article

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From the East – October 2016

My Dear Brother,   As this year continues we have the responsibility of our newly raised brethren to make sure they are well informed and have completed a suitable proficiency.  We have seen our young masons take on large tasks this year.  With each of these completed tasks we know they have had good direction... View Article

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