Officer’s Messages – December 2019
From the East
WM Eric Willson
I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season. This year passed very quickly. I want to thank all of the Officers that supported me these last twelve months. The meetings went smoothly, for the most part. I appreciate all of the hard work and dedication that was put into our events, degrees, and ritual.
I would also like to thank all of the brethren who are not Officers, but whose very presence made our degrees successful. Your friendship and advice has been such a blessing, and I hope that you will continue to bestow it on our next Master.
I’ll see you all at the elections and installation!
From the West
Bro John Krikorian
It honors me deeply that you have placed your trust in me and selected me to sit in the East this year. We are planning a full year of exciting events and meetings. There will be many opportunities to get involved and participate in areas of Masonry that may interest you. Seek out that part of our craft that speaks to you and reignite your passion for our fraternity.
From the South
Bro Dick Wright
It’s been a fun year providing food for you. I hope that you enjoyed it.
We are going to end this year on December 4th at our stated meeting with Tri-tip Steak, Baked Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Salad and variety of Desserts.
Thank you for your support especially on Thanksgiving Potluck Family Dinner.
Our Christmas Family Dinner will be on the 18th and it also will be a Pot Luck, with the three principal officers providing the Meats.
From the Secretary
Bro Rob Noland
Wow, what a busy month is December! Amid the tinsel and the mistletoe, please don’t forget about 2020 dues. Same price: $101.00. What a bargain for all the lodge does!
This year we get see some of the results of Grand Lodge’s “Grandview” system that has pre-printed our names as well as our Grand Lodge record number on our dues cards. Please make your check payable to Mt. Moriah #39. PayPal option is still available, but not preferable. Lodge officers are reminded that, to hold office, they must have a dues card for the year they serve.
I proffer my best wishes for the holidays and look forward an increase in ritual participation and membership in 2020