Officer Installation

WOW........... My hat goes off to all the Brethren and friends who helped pull off this spectacular "EVENT" we had over 260 people in attendance. The lodge was packed!!!! Special guests:
The Grand Master of Masons in Georgia and his Grand Line Officers
The Potentate of the Yarrab Shrine and his Divan
The Most Excellent Grand High Priest of Georgia
The Most Illustrious Grand Master of Royal and Select Master In Georgia
The Senior Warden of the Grand Commandery

The night started with a talk on the Shriners Hospital for Children. Then we awarded 5 new Master Masons with their certificates, One 50 year award, two 60 year awards, and a 65 year award....yes 235 years of masonry. The night ended with a human diagram of how the appendant bodies of Masonry are compiled. It was a night that will be talked about for decades to come. If you missed it.........well sorry!!!! (but you can see the pictures)

Thanks for everyone who made this event possible

Jeff Carter, WM

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FROM THE EAST - August/September 2014

“Behold how good and how pleasant it is for Brethren to dwell together in unity”. This statement is so true. For those that have had an opportunity to witness a gathering of masons, you would think that each individual in the group have known each other for a long time, if not decades. Honestly speaking, more than likely, this may have been the first opportunity that some may have made each other’s acquaintances. Masonry unites men who might otherwise have remained at a perpetual distance. In any given lodge, you will find men from different walks of life, and on our basic principles, welcome each other.

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Sincerely and Fraternally,

Jeff Carter