Amid the ever-changing conditions in the US today, more and more opportunities are closing to visitors and patrons. Many small businesses are closing until at least the beginning of April. Assisted living facilities and nursing homes are restricting access. Stores shelves are empty. People are trying to buy food that isn't available.
We as Masons should be ever faithful that we always have each other. We should always remember that when the strength and wisdom of man fails, there is an inexhaustible supply above yielded to us through the power of prayer. Prayer is answered when men like us step up. And Masons are always vigilant to the needs of a worthy brother.
If you know a worthy brother with a need unmet, please remember your obligations. Other Masons may not know his condition unless we remind each other. If you know a brother in need, please make it known.
Contact Worshipful Master Jeremy Hoesli at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-499-5710
Will make every reasonable effort to offer brotherly love and relief.
These are uncertain and difficult times, and we should be ready to fly to the relief of our esteemed brethren in times of crisis.
Thursday December 5th
we will host our annual Ladies Night
. We will meet at 6:00 pm at Western Ribeye on Boeke south of Morgan
. Dinner will be served at 6:30 pm.
There will be three choices: pork chop, chicken, fish. Your order will be by the wait staff before the meal is served.
The meal with cost $20 for our members, and our ladies will eat free. This has always been a great time and enjoyed by all.
Please RSVP so we can get a head count.
Joey A. Weigant
Monday Dec 16th, join us for our Installation of Officers for 2020. The proceedings will begin at 7:00 pm.
Here is a list of elected officers
|Worshipful Master:||Jeremy Hoesli PM|
|Senior Warden:||Bill Johnston|
|Junior Warden:||Kenny Crooks|
|Secretary:||Joe Weigant PM|
|Treasurer:||Jay West PM|
Appointed Officers will be announced that evening.
The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served afterwards.
Joey A. Weigant