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September 2018 Trestle Board

posted Sep 3, 2018, 8:39 PM by Robert Bigelow
 

From the East

Worshipful Master Keith Trahern

Brethren,

Greetings from the East.

We have a very eventful Summer even though we were dark.
We had the pleasure at our June Stated Meeting to present a
60 year pin to my Father George Trahern and a 50 Year pin
to our Brother James Warriner. It was quite an honor.

All three primary Officers went up and attended Grand Lodge
and it was great to see old friends.

Other things in June was a Proficiency for Ryan Smith on
June 12th and then the next week we had the honor of conferring
two EA degrees for Warren Lodge. Nice to see they are working
hard to grow their Lodge.

We practice hard for the MM Outdoor Degree for Ryan Smith,
but had to move it inside the Lodge due to the Smoke. I was
Very disappointed that we had to do that, but the safety
of our Brothers and families is more important. So we called
it the “Outdoor/Indoor Degree” and actually had about 30
in attendance and the Degree work was excellent. Thank You
Again for all who helped.

On August 10th I dropped my Bride and Daughter at the Airport
to take my Daughter to her College and get her settled it. I then
went over to Klamath Falls and sat in the West and helped with
Crater Lake Lodges Outdoor MM Degree. It came out great and
they now have a new location for their outdoor degrees.

With that said looking forward to the next Stated Meeting
September 4th, 2018. Our JW will have some food prior to
the meeting. On an additional note we have repaired the Camera
System and it is operational.


”All that is essential for the triumph of evil
is that good men do nothing.”


And Part,
On The Square

From the West

Senior Warden Chris Smith

Brethren,
Hope is being able to see the light despite all the darkness. In this time of smoky haze, in which all of us as a society share and feel day after day. I have come to realize the importance of hope, the hope of fresh air, of blue skies and being able to see the beautiful constellations of the night sky. Although I have faith that the rains will come and purify our world once again, it is quite clear to me that we must be grateful for every breath of fresh air and every clear day that we are given. No more should we ever complain about rainy days and the cold winter months, which hydrate our world.

Brethren, I am looking forward to our up and coming season and hope to see many brethren at our meetings and degrees and meet on the level.

Senior Warden,
Chris Smith

From the South

Junior Warden Doug Sammis

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