11th DISTRICT EVENTS
1 Prospect #24- Regular Communication.
2 St. John's #1- 25 Year Pins.
3 Acacia #20- Entered Apprentice Degree.
4 No District Lodge of Instruction in June or July.
6 Wheelchair Track & Field Meet, Volunteers needed.
7 Wheelchair Track & Field Meet, Volunteers needed.
8 Cincinnati #3- Introduction to York Rite Presentation.
9 Congdon-Overlook #163- Gold Token Night.
10 Madison #93- Gold Token Night.
Acacia #20- Emergent Master Mason Degree with the Kilties Degree Team.
11 Colonial-Kane #55- Entered Apprentice Degree. 13 Grand Lodge Pistol Shoot, 10 AM-2 PM.
15 Prospect #24- Gold Token Night with Colonial-Kane.
16 St. John's #1- Fellow Craft Degree.
17 Acacia #20- Gold Token Night.
18 No Masters and Wardens Meeting in June or July. 20 Cincinnati #3- Present Masters' Day, Master Mason Degree, 11 AM. Lunch between sections.
22 Cincinnati #3- Gold Token Night.
23 Congdon-Overlook #163- Business Meeting.
24 Madison #93- Entered Apprentice Degree.
Acacia #20- Emergent Fellow Craft Degree.
28 St. John's #1- Pancake Breakfast, 8 AM-12 noon. Acacia #20- Lyons Hospital Visitation, 8:30 AM.
5 Prospect #24- Lyons Hospital Visitation, 8:30 AM.
12 Acacia #20- Food Drive at the Rockaway Shop-Rite to benefit the Rockaway Food Pantry, 9 AM-4 PM.
25 Blood Drive at Madison Lodge #93, 10 AM-3 PM.
4 Blood Drive at Madison Lodge #93, 4-8 PM.
6 District Lodge of Instruction. Host: Jephthah #233.
9 Colonial-Kane #55- Lyons Hospital Visitation, 8:30 AM.
15 Blood Drive at Cincinnati Lodge #3, 10 AM-3 PM.
16 Madison #93- Lyons Hospital Visitation, 8:30 AM.
20 Masters and Wardens Dinner Meeting at the Heritage Grill in Denville, 7 PM. Meeting at 8 PM.
23 11th District Picnic at Vasa Park, 12-5 PM.
3 District Lodge of Instruction. Host: St. John's #1.
6 Congdon-Overlook #163- Lyons Visitation, 8:30 AM.
17 Masters and Wardens Dinner Meeting at the Heritage Grill in Denville, 7 PM. Meeting at 8 PM.
23 ARC Walk at Greystone Park, 12-4 PM.
26 Blood Drive at Madison Lodge #93, 10 AM-3 PM.
27 Cincinnati #3- Lyons Hospital Visitation, 8:30 AM.
1 District Lodge of Instruction. Host: Cincinnati #3.
5 Grand Lodge of Instruction at Acacia Lodge #20.
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The Masonic Charity Foundation of NJ is sponsoring a Tricky Tray (basket auction) on October 17, 2009, to benefit the residents living at the Masonic Home of NJ. This event will be held at the Fellowship Center located at 1114 Oxmead Road in Burlington Township, NJ.
Given the nature of a basket auction, we are requesting each lodge donate $50 or more to the Special Events Task Force to help purchase merchandise that can be used for this event. Individual contributions of items or baskets are also welcome.
Proceeds raised at the auction will do much to help us meet the care needs of the 400+ seniors living at our Masonic Home. Donations will be recognized on the basket or item and featured in the program book. All donors will receive a thank you letter from the Masonic Charity Foundation acknowledging their tax deductible donation.
Please send your checks made payable to Masonic Charity Foundation-Special Events, by July 15, 2009, so the committee can purchase items for the event.
The Masonic Charity Foundation of NJ
Attn: Cindy Shemansky—Special Events
902 Jacksonville Road, Burlington, NJ 08016
Individuals that are able to provide merchandise or a basket donation are asked to contact Cindy Shemansky at 609-239-3924 or via e-mail at email@example.com to arrange for pick up of merchandise by September 4, 2009, or items can be sent to the address listed above.
I thank you in advance for your generosity and support of our seniors.
MW William H. Berman Grand Master
GRAND LODGE OF NEW JERSEY
FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS PISTOL SHOOT
All proceeds will benefit the Hero Scholarship Fund
Open to all Masons, Police Officers, and their Families
Saturday, June 13, 2009-10 AM-2 PM
Square Circle Sportsmen Inc.
97 Clementon Road West, Gibbsboro, NJ 08062
Lunch is included—Trophy Awards
Shooters must be 16 years of age or older
A pellet gun course will be available for 8-15 year olds to enjoy
16 year old and older- $50 with pre-registration; $60 at the door
8-15 year old- $25 with pre-registration; $30 at the door
All shooters will bring their own handgun and ammunition
45 cal. and smaller only. NO Magnum Loads!
Questions? Please call Rich at 973-417-7980 or
Joe at 973-476-2117 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
JUNIOR GRAND WARDEN'S RECEPTION
Jephthah Lodge No. 233, F. & A.M.
cordially invites you to the Official Visit of
Most Worshipful William H. Berman,
Grand Master of Masons of the State of New Jersey
and Open Reception and Dinner in honor of
Right Worshipful Glenn R. Trautmann,
Junior Grand Warden and
Member of the Board of Trustees
of the Masonic Charity Foundation of New Jersey
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Social Hour — 5:00 PM • Dinner — 6:00 PM
Reception — 7:30 PM
Choice of Beef Tenderloin or Salmon
Fellowship Center • 1114 Oxmead Road, Burlington
$50 per person—checks payable to Jephthah Lodge No. 233
Please mail checks and dinner choices to:
Henry J. Stein
2 Spring Valley Drive, Florham Park, NJ 07932
Seating for this Reception will be assigned
Tables of 10 may be reserved if names of all guests
are given at the time of making reservations
Deadline—September 25, 2009—No tickets sold at the door
Please e-mail RW Henry J. Stein at email@example.com