Brethren,

Welcome to the 172nd year of our Kennesaw Lodge No. 33 Masonic Journey. I am honored and humbled by the Brothers of our Lodge electing me as your 2015 Worshipful Master. It is a daunting task to grasp that I am following over 170 years of Worshipful Masters. We owe so much to our Past Masters and all of our Brothers who have gone this way before. As travelling men, our forefather’s shoes are significant to fill. Our Lodge is truly blessed by your love of the fraternity. Through you, our Lodge shines as a beacon of light for Georgia Masonry.

Our Masonic Theme for this year: Charity, Commitment, Community

Throughout this year, it is our plan to hold a number of programs centering our attention on providing our young leaders, the Rainbows and DeMolay, the visible recognition for their efforts. As part of our community reach out program we are also planning a Boy Scout Patriotism and Recognition event with our local Boy Scout troops on Tuesday, March 17, 2015. I invite each of you to attend and support the deep history between Scouting and Free Masonry.

Mark your calendars for our Annual Pancake Breakfast as part of our Charity Program. This event will take place on Saturday, April 11, 2015, from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. This will be a joint charity program with the Order of the Eastern Star and the proceeds will benefit both Masonic Charities and the Liver Foundation. Please join us for a great time of Masonic Family Fellowship with Shrine Clowns and activities for the children.

On Tuesday, May 19, 2015, we are hosting nationally known Masonic speaker Worshipful Brother
S. Brent Morris (as seen on the History Channel). Worshipful Brother Brent is a Director of the Supreme Council of Scottish Rite Freemasonry. This is an event you WILL NOT want to miss!

Once again let us not forget our brothers who are unable to attend Lodge meetings. I welcome the opportunity to join with anyone who would like to visit with them. Please contact me anytime through our website so that we may plan visits to our brothers who are not able to be with us at meetings.

As we all know, our Lodge stands on great pillars of men such as you with nearly two centuries of commitment to our past, our present, and most importantly our future! Worshipful Brother Albert Pike stated it best: “What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.”

My Brothers, I THANK each of you in advance for your support of our Lodge throughout 2015 and I look forward to serving as your Worshipful Master.

In Your Fraternal Service,

Cabot M. Rohrer, Worshipful Master

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