Senior Steward looking to fill this chair if you are interested
contact Paul Rainey.
Junior Steward Bobby
Tyler Edward Krohn
April 2 Saturday Painting the
Fellowship hall Need
volunteers for each
until completed before the prime rib dinner.
April 19 Meal 6pmStated meeting
May 14 Prime Rib Dinner Fund raiser serving
May 17 -18Grand Lodge for WM and SW.
June 11 Breakfast fundraiser ( Newburgh Parade) 7am till 10am Bring the family the
Clowns will be there for the children and the folks that are young at heart.
18 150 years of Masonry at Newburgh
We had a great turn out at this years
area conference. We received a lot of information. The CHIP program is really off to a
good start. I truly believe that all Warrick county lodges should pull together on this
one.If your are interested in learning more
about this topic contact Paul Rainey.
Looking From the
Randy Beem, Senior Warden
From time to time, as I look around during our various
lodge functions, Im amazed at what gets accomplished by just a few dedicated
brethren.Meals are cooked and served, dishes
are washed and dried, business meetings get held, degree work is performed, fund raisers
are successfully handled, visits to other lodges are attended, and Masonic services are
held the list goes on, but you get the idea.
Then I look more closely at who is actually performing these tasks,
and I come up with the same names fairly consistently. These
are the brothers who care about their lodge, about Masonry and about their fellow men.These are the ones committed to the principles of
our Order and who prove their belief in their actions.
This is the power of a few good men.Examples are set, plans are made and results are
organization can possibly survive without the active involvement of its membership.No, Im not talking about coming to our
monthly business meeting (would you believe that some actually think theyre boring?)
-- Im talking about all the other activities that you can participate in.Its early in the year; why not make a
firm commitment to help on just ONE event?Youll
have fun and fellowship working with your Lodge brothers, help make everyones task
easier and more enjoyable, and most importantly, youll be supporting the
organization youve chosen to join.
Points will provide plenty of notice about upcoming events.Let WM Paul Rainey, SW Randy Beem or JW Garry Bradley know how youd
like to be involved any one of us would be happy to hear from you.
From The South
Garry Bradley, Junior Warden
Brethren, I hope that this finds us all well
and ready for Spring to arrive. It has been a good start for our Lodge this year and we
are looking to continue the growth and an increase our opportunities to participate in the
I would like to encourage anyone
interested in learning a part of our Ritual work to join us on the first Tuesday of the
month for the Lodge of Education meetings. These meetings are set up for us to learn more
about our fraternity. We can also use that time to rehearse the memory work that you would
like to learn. We can always use an extra hand in lodge. It would be a wonderful problem
to have if there were more Masons ready, willing and able to do the work than were needed
to put on a degree.
Even better if you have a part of the
Ritual that you have learned in the past and perhaps just need to brush-up to
be ready to participate in our upcoming Degrees come and let know that you want to help.
We have a number of Past Masters who are
willing to mentor us in the work. I know that you will find the satisfaction that only
comes from a job well done.
Please take advantage of this time to improve
yourself in Masonry and help our Lodge grow because of the work we do.
Looking From The East
are off to a great start for the year. We have done two EA degrees. Congratulations to the two new brothers, Paul
Fulkerson and Charles Loesch.
thanks goes out to all the officers for all the support and work that they are doing at
the lodge. These brothers are the back bone of the lodge.
watching the SW and JW do there work in lodge I have my job cut out. If there are any
brethren that would like to participate please let us know. The officers would be willing
to share. Can always use more hands.
in April when we meet we eat!! Come out for the fellowship as well as the food. We hope to
get the chance to meet more brothers.
year in 2004 we had a good turn out for the Prime rib dinner. I would like to see the
numbers increase to 300 tickets sold. The only way that this can happen is sell the
tickets that you received in the mail. This is our biggest fund raiser to support the
Lodge for any repairs of inside or outside the Lodge. I know that we can do this with team
For some reason that
you cant attend the Prime Rib dinner or sell all the tickets ($14.00) we are
accepting donations. Please return unsold tickets and money as soon as possible. The deadline is May 7th.Thank You and Good Luck on selling all your
tickets.If you need more tickets contact Paul
Rainey 490-2213 or the three principal officers.
Lodge web site at
site give other information such as the dates to all the degree work that we are plan as
well as all the other activities in the works