4 edition of [ Letter of the secretary transmitting a list of officers for the ensuing masonic year] found in the catalog.
[ Letter of the secretary transmitting a list of officers for the ensuing masonic year]
Freemasons. Vancouver Lodge, No. 421 (Victoria, B.C.).
|Other titles||Vancouver Lodge, No. 421, R.S.F. & A.M.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 17705|
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British Columbia Rifle Association, , [electronic resource]: prize list of the twenty-sixth, annual prize meeting to be held at Nanaimo on Thursday, the 20th of July, and following days. (Vancouver: Clarke & Stuart, ), by B.C.) British Columbia Rifle Association (Victoria (page images at . The vast majority of members in a masonic lodge are of the rank Master Mason. No rank below Master Mason is allowed to participate in the business of the lodge. Master Masons elect their officers, vote on initiating candidates, and manage the assets and philanthropic activities of the Lodge.
The Secretary’s jewel is the Crossed Quill Pens. He acts as the Lodge Recorder, functioning similarly to a corporate C.O.O. (Chief Operations Officer). The Secretary’s Lodge Officer Duties require a high degree of Lodge experience, Masonic knowledge, diplomacy and, above all, detailed paperwork skills. This book is a collection of Masonic Organization, History, Jurisprudence, Charges, Sections of Written Work and much more. You should have a complete understanding of what this book contains and know where to find answers to Masonic questions. The third book, sometimes referred to as the “Secretary’s Manual” and available from Grand Lodge.
THE MASONIC MANUAL A pocket Companion for the Initiated. Compiled and arranged by Robert Macoy Secretary. Grand Lodge of This is to certify, that -- Lodge, No. --, is a legally constituted Lodge, working under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of --, and that this diploma is therefore entitled to full credit among the brethren. Any addition to the information in this book will indicate your successful term in office and your desire to see your upcoming brothers enjoy a more successful term in office. Use this book as it is intended. Don’t let it lay around to gather dust. This book could be a very worthwhile tool to future officers.
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BOAZ LODGE, NO P.O. Box Centerville, Maine J Bro. Dewes Oweing 84 Beehive Street Centerville, Maine Dear Bro. Oweing: Our Secretary tells me that your Lodge dues for and are in arrears.
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• To notify the Grand Secretary of any expulsions or suspensions • To keep a visitor’s book • To attend upon trials and meetings for taking evidence • To furnish copies of all evidence taken on trials where an appeal to Grand Lodge is demanded To furnish diplomas, demits and certificates, duly signed and sealed, by order of the Lodge.
Masons, as they are commonly called, meet in Masonic lodges to discuss business matters, plan events and socialize. Because many Masonic lodges are active in the community or sponsor charity events, there are many circumstances under which one might want to address a letter to a Masonic lodge.
But yet we are on the threshold of a new Masonic year with new officers in place. The three-principle officer’s Lady/family will, as a symbol of her/their support for her/their loved one and the lodge will replace the old candle with a new candle representing the station her/their loved one now occupies.
The Secretary's Lodge Officer Duties require a high degree of lodge experience, Masonic knowledge, diplomacy and, above all, detailed paperwork skills. The Lodge Secretary is the backbone of any Masonic Lodge and he holds a position of.
Secretary Workshops are held through out the year, in an effort to help these loyal Officers to keep up with the frequent changes in their duties and responsibilities. While it can be said the Worshipful Master is supreme in his Lodge, a wise, skilled Secretary may well be celestial in his importance to the Lodge.
THE APPOINTIVE OFFICERS. (11)Report promptly to the Grand Secretary any special election of Officers, together with their membership numbers and addresses, and any changes of address, resignation or death of any elected officer; (12)By November 1 of each calendar year transmit to the Grand Secretary, on a form provided, the membership numbers, names and.
They are to be found in the Book of Constitutions adopted by Grand Lodge in the year These "Landmarks" have a place in history.
They focus on certain fundamental, ageless practices of ethical and moral behavior. There are some who say that Masonic etiquette, as a whole, is a basic principle and itself can be considered a Landmark. Secretary shall compile a list of each such member by the first Stated meeting of September and shall submit it to the three principal officers of the lodge.
That month one of them shall make contact, in person or by phone with each of such member and complete a Form 81 for each. If payment of such dues. Installing Officer:—Companion Secretary, call the roll of officers. The Secretary reads the names of all elected and appointed officers from highest in rank to lowest.
Refer to the list on page 3. Installing Officer:—Companions, you have heard the names of those chosen to serve this chapter for the ensuing year. Are there any objections. Association, and the Minnesota Masonic Foundation. Serve as liaison officer for DeMolay, if the Lodge sponsors a Chapter.
Be responsible for an occasional article in the Lodge paper. TREASURER It is your duty to receive all moneys from the hands of the Secretary, keep just and regular. OUTGOING SECRETARY: “Then, as an emblem of your office, take this Secretary’s book into your safe keeping.
Guard it well as part of your ongoing legacy to the officers and members who will. Masonic assemblies and ceremonies.
There is an implied obligation that officers memorize all work, lectures, charges and Grand Lodge Instructions associated with their office and that of the next office.
The purpose of the following is to serve as an aid in using the Code and in following the Instruction Notes contained in the Ritual and the.The officers of _____ LODGE NO. ___ (or Grand Lodge) have assembled here to lay in due and ancient Masonic form a symbolic cornerstone for (Name of Lodge or Building).
From its earliest known history Master Masons have had an immemorial right to gather and dedicate Lodges, Public Buildings and memorials to our two patron saints. MASONIC EDUCATION CORNER As we begin our masonic journey on this site.
What better place to start than with an outline of how a lodge is structured and the duties of the officers. It all starts with leadership: Masonic Lodge Officers, as they move through the Masonic Officer Chairs, as in any organization, could not properly function without a leadership team which provides Masonic Officer.