Saturday Afternoon, I had the opportunity to witness a perfect example of what makes Job’s Daughters so important to the future. Not only to the future of Job’s Daughters, but to the future business, civic, and political leaders of our country.
We will meet at the Field House Tavern at 6:00 for some fine food, fine conversation, and other wise intelligent conversation.
After Dinner we will proceed directly to the lodge for the Past Masters Degree.
The roll of the workmen has been called, and one did not answer.
I regret to inform you that one of our brothers has passed away.
We have been notified by the family, that C. Fred Lundberg passed away in early March.
He was a 60 year member of Plymouth Lodge.
Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers.
Yours in the Faith,
Our June Stated Communication is guaranteed to be a great one.
We will be reading a handful of petitions.
Sarapinos Pizza will be dinner.
Meeting at 7:30
The officers of the West Metro are invited for a great learning experience.
Location Grand lodge, MN Masonic Home.
8:30 registration, coffee and rolls
done by 2:00
Lunch will be available.
Picture gallery just has been added to the website http://www.plymouth160.org/fgallery ( also available from the menu on the right ), and pictures are posted from the Lodge 125 anniversary. Any of the pictures can be downloaded in full size for prints , just point on the picture you want to download and click on "download" link that will appear on the bottom.
What beats a Full House? If you ask your favorite Poker dealer, they will tell you, Four-of-a-kind, or a Straight Flush. But, if the Full House is a Lodge room full of Master Masons presenting and partaking in the Master Mason Degree by the stellar members of Plymouth Lodge. Then I say, nothing beats a Full House.
Read the Grand Masters Blog about our 125th Party!
We met on Monday night and worked out some of the final details for the big party. RSVPs continue to pour in. At this time we have passed 40 and well on our way towards our goal of 100.
Braden, Clyde R. Age 81, of Elk River, passed away June 28. Preceded in death by his parents Clyde and Minnie; one sister Marjorie. Survived by his wife of 32 years Karen; his children Kenny (girlfriend Ginger), LaRae (Scott) Fuller and Jeff Jensen; 4 grandchildren James, Dan (Alex), Garth and Zach.