First off, let me say congratulations to our newly made brothers! Remember that Masonic education never ends with your degrees.
There is much to be analyzed and learned from what you have gone through. You will get as much from Masonry as the effort you put
into it. Obstacles will be encountered, but such is life.
There is a lot going on this month. The Rainbow Girls are having a fundraising event called, “Short Stack for a Tall Cause” on Saturday, March 16th. The breakfast will be at the Applebee’s located on 10625 W Colfax Ave in Lakewood. Tickets are $10 and it goes from 7:30 am to 9:30 am. You can contact Eve Trengove by email or phone for tickets: email@example.com or 303-424-0134.
On March 4th, we will have our annual Grand Master's visit. This will be hosted by Mosaic Lodge #184, but held/located at Golden City Lodge. Dinner will be catered by the Order of the Eastern Star for a donation of $10. You can make reservations before February 25th to firstname.lastname@example.org, or WilliamBormann@yahoo.com.
On March 18th we will have another lecture on, “The Symbolic Working Tools of Masonry,” by Worshipful Brother Aaron Klostermeyer. I hope a lot more of you will make it out for this one because it sounds very engaging.
Last-but definitely not least- I'd like to recognize Worshipful Brother Byron Walker. He received the “Thomas Harvey Cox - Outstanding Mason of the Year Award” at the annual communication of the Grand Lodge this year. There is no one more deserving and it is an honor to sit with him in lodge.
Patrick Good, WM