How fast our break flew by! How interesting to end our break with a celebration of labor!
Now it is time to return to our labors, and it appears we'll have plenty of it. What a great thing for our Lodge with five EA's in the pipeline and it appears we'll have another petitioner to be voted on. The plan is to put on an Entered Apprentice Degree and also a Fellowcraft Degree this month if everything comes together as anticipated. Please plan on attending these critical events to support our new Brothers and Initiate.
Our rummage sale, spearheaded by Past Masters John McCamant and Jack Haddock, was a success and I'm told there is enough for another one.
This month's poem is dedicated to our Junior Warden, who along with his ability to do outstanding ritual work also puts on one of the best "Knife & Fork Degrees" around.
If you haven't been to Lodge in awhile we would encourage you to come see and help us grow. If you're having health issues please let us know as we'd like to keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
if you need transportation to and from the meeting call me at 775-626-7175 and let me know; I'd be happy to arrange transportation.
Worshipful Master Robert L. Ammerman