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Attended my first Stated last night...

Discussion in 'Freemason's Lodge' started by nationwide, Sep 17, 2008.

  1. nationwide

    nationwide

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    It was really cool. Didn't really know what to expect.

    For dinner, we had bacon wrapped steak. It was obvious to this Brother, that much effort went into the meal by our Stewards.

    We had, I believe, our Deputy District Grand Master (hope I got that right!) visit and give an inspection/evaluation/or something along those lines.
     
  2. mmsig229

    mmsig229

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    Glad you enjoyed it!!! Stated meetings are tough to keep interesting. A good LEO program helps along with participation from the body of the Lodge. I'm glad your stewards are working hard to make nice meals. That's really important, especially if the Brethren came straight from work. It's also fun to travel to other Lodges. Best of luck with your journey.
     


  3. machinisttx

    machinisttx

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    I haven't made it to one in several months. Haven't made much of anything else except Commandery either though.


    Partly because I forget and partly because they asked me to do stuff several times and then when I showed up to do it they already had someone doing what I had spent my free time rehearsing. As a side note, this is why even after not doing an EA in several months I still knew the SD part well enough to do yours. :)

    I'll make it back eventually, but I think I'm done answering "yes".
     
  4. mmsig229

    mmsig229

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    The SD has alot going on during Degree work. The following year they catch their breath as the JW. A good time to learn a lecture or charge.
     
  5. jetboatdriver

    jetboatdriver CLM

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    Catch your breath? Not in our Lodge. We do about 40-60 Master Masons a year. Our SD is in charge of the EA team, the JW the FC team, the SW the MM team. The JW does all of the scheduling, the SD deals with usual SD posiiton responsibilities and the EA team. This year it is me in the SD chair and I also head the Educaitonal committee. The JW in our lodge has a REALLY full plate.

    Nationwide is one of our new MM's. We got him through a connection on GT believe it or not Machinisttx hooked us all up, and he came down and did the SD in his degree.

    So, next year when I get to the JW I can slow down a little? That would be great, I will end up being at the Lodge 5 days this week. Come on next year :))
     
  6. mmsig229

    mmsig229

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    Jan 26, 2003
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    You raise 40-60 MM a year???!!! Good grief!!! Our JW is also in charge of our FC Team. Sounds like you guys have a very well oiled machine down there. I have to spend the day at the Lodge doing yard work and Temple Board business.