MESSAGE FROM THE EAST

Brethren,

I would like to thank all the Brethren for their support during my installation last month, particularly V.W. Bro. Don Broad for acting as the Installing Master. It was a great evening and wonderful to see everybody back after the summer. A special thanks those who travelled from outside the District to support me on this special occasion.

W. Bro. Stephen Meek was presented his 25 Years a Past Master Certificate during the meeting. It was great to see W. Bro. Meek out as he chaired my investigation committee many years ago.

W. Bro. Jeremi Bittorf was presented with his Past Master Jewel. I look forward to sitting with him in the East this year.

This year promises to be another great year for David T. Campbell Lodge.

I encourage those who have been unable to attend to come out and join us for some friendship and brotherly love.

Hope to see you in October.

May the G.A.T.O.U. watch over you, your families, and your loved ones.

Sincerely & Fraternally,

Freemasonry is many things to many men. Rightly so. It is one of the few organizations that still believes in freedom for the individual, including freedom of thought. Its adherents are free to interpret its symbolism and other facets as their minds, hearts, and consciences may dictate.

It is an organization of men based on the Fatherhood of God and Brotherhood of Man, using builder's tools as symbols to teach basic moral Truths, thereby impressing upon the minds of its members the cardinal virtues of Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth which they should apply to everyday activities.

Freemasonry is kindness in the home, honesty in business, courtesy in society, fairness in work, pity and concern for the unfortunate, resistance toward the wicked, help for the weak, trust in the strong, forgiveness for the penitent, love for one another and, above all, reverence and love for God. Freemasonry is many things, but most of all: FREEMASONRY IS A WAY OF LIFE.

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