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Gift for outgoing Master

Discussion in 'Freemason's Lodge' started by mmsig229, Oct 27, 2007.

  1. mmsig229

    mmsig229

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    Need a little help from the Bretheren. I'd like to purchase a PM wristwatch for my outgoing Master. The only website I've found with PM watches is www.allthingsmasonic.com. Any other sites I can peruse?????
     
  2. 25074

    25074 "Traveling man"

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    Try this one...

    http://www.hiramhunter.com/

    Be careful at work, I got blocked due to the mention of cigarette and alcohol accessories that they sell. Go figure!!!!
     


  3. blue0623

    blue0623 2B1ASK1

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  4. JayPap

    JayPap NRA Life Member Millennium Member

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    Google Klitzner's or J.P. Luther they are nice people to deal with.

    They have excellent products and have been around longer than the internet.
     
  5. CaptDoug04

    CaptDoug04 PM 2005

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    A gift card to a mental health therapist:therapy:is always appropriate :rofl:
     
  6. mmsig229

    mmsig229

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    I think I need it more than he.....I'm in the east now!!!!
     
  7. CaptDoug04

    CaptDoug04 PM 2005

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    Been there, done that and got the handshake to prove it :supergrin:
     
  8. mmsig229

    mmsig229

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    Just had our first meeting tonight with me being in the East. Opened/closed long form EA. Thought that would be a good idea because that's what we're being inspected in this year. Not a single PM in line except for SS. Went real well. Got prompted a few times but had a great time passing out the awards and received ALOT of compliments after. Not because I did such a great job with ritual, but because the meeting was fun and everyone had a nice time. Scheduled an EA practice nect Monday. Doing two EA's on December 15TH. Wish me luck!!!
     
  9. Bilbo Baggins

    Bilbo Baggins

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    Ritual is only so important, if the brethern do not enjoy themselves they surly won't be back.
    I tried to dot all the i's and cross all the T's but I also tried to make it fun for everyone there.
     
  10. ArodJohns

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    I am in no way trying to upstage or make anyone feel bad, but alot of times the leaving Master will elect not to receive a gift.



    Of course, haha, he can elect not and elect not all he wants but usually he gets something. :rofl: Sometimes it's just a ritual so that he'll always have one or the gavel he used that year.

    Part of the time however, they'll elect to keep the WM apron.


    I'd also try Macoy's. They seem to have about everything.
     
  11. mmsig229

    mmsig229

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  12. Bilbo Baggins

    Bilbo Baggins

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    my lodge has the WM apron converted into a PM apron ( Pa uses the 47th problem ) and presents it to the outgoing Master. he is also presented with a watch.

    My apron means a lot to me as it is the one I wore in the east all year long.