Secretary, Treasurer & Temple Board Training scheduled for January in Bremerton

A new class has been added to the Secretary, Treasurer and Temple Board Training schedule.  This is a great opportunity for anyone who is currently serving in one or more of these positions or is thinking about making themselves available in the future. We look forward to seeing you there. To sign up for the free training, please call Chantal at the Grand Lodge office (253.625.7891) or click on one of the options below:

Secretary, Treasurer and Temple Board Trustee Training – Bremerton 

DATE AND TIME

Sat, January 28, 2017

11:00 AM – 4:00 PM PST

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LOCATION

Bremerton Lodge, No. 117

878 5th St.

Bremerton, WA 98337

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Additional dates and locations will be added as they are confirmed.

Ernest R. Hazelwood 1927-2016

Affiliated Past Grand Master MWB Ernest R. Hazelwood passed to the Grand Lodge Above on Friday, October 21st at 8:01 p.m. He was surrounded by his Family, Wife – Dorothy, Daughters – Carol Ann and Debbie, and four of his Lodge Brothers. Ernie was 89 years old.

MWB Ernie will be buried at the Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, Oregon. A memorial service will be held in Albuquerque at a later date.

 

Address:

Dorothy Hazelwood

86 Riverview Rd.

Edgewood, NM 87015-6719

 

Fred B. Frye, Secretary

Edgewood Lodge No.82

612 Granite Point Trail SE

Albuquerque, NM  87123

505-263-6248

WA Freemasons Night @ Husky Stadium

The Washington Freemasons are coming to Husky Stadium this fall to watch the Huskies play Arizona State in our Pac-12 Regular Season Finale.

Special Group Pricing & Seating

$40.00 (almost $30 off of the face value of the ticket)
Everyone ordering by the deadline of Monday, November 7th will enjoy group seating together at the game.

CLICK HERE FOR THE ORDER FORM and additional information.

GO DAWGS!

 

Details for Upcoming Puget Sound Honor Flight

Here are the details for the departure and arrival for the upcoming Puget Sound Honor Flight.

 

Departure from SeaTac: 9/24, Alaska 718, 8:15AM

For the sendoff, please be at upper level of the airport terminal, Door #25/Alaska Airlines area, located near Skybridge #4. Our heroes have been asked to arrive no later than 6:00AM.

 

Arrival at SeaTac 9/26 – Alaska 761, 8:15PM

The Welcome Celebration will be held on Monday the 26th in the Atrium of SeaTac Airport (located on the baggage claim level, south most end of the airport). Families are expected to start filling up the area around 7:00PM. Signs & balloons are highly encouraged.

 

Time to rally the troops! Let’s be there to send them off and to welcome them home!

*In addition, we will be hosting a small reception at the Grand Lodge Office on the 20th of September at noon to present the collected donations and thank you cards made by Job’s daughters International and International Order of Rainbow for girls Washington and Idaho.

MSA Request for Assistance for Louisiana

Memorandum for Lodges                                                                                    August 24, 2016

 

Subject: MSA Request for Assistance for Louisiana

 

The Grand Lodge has received a request from the Masonic Service Association of North America to provide Masonic Assistance to the Grand Lodge of Louisiana because of the devastating storms and floods that have ravaged the area.

 

The Grand Lodge of Louisiana has reported that two Lodge buildings have been heavily flooded, and the building of the Scottish Rite Valley of Baton Rouge, which houses an additional three Lodges, incurred a significant amount of flooding and damage.  For example, Baton Rouge received 19 inches of rain in just 15 hours.

More than the buildings, many Masons and Masonic families are among the 100,000 displaced.  Recovery is expected to take months, and the lack of good communication is still causing issues in finding information and victims.

I am now asking you to join with others in helping a sister Jurisdiction as it deals with this serious natural disaster. The Masonic Service Association (MSA, a 501.c.3 charitable Organization) has established a Disaster Relief Fund for Louisiana, with all donations received to be transferred directly to the Grand Lodge of Louisiana for distribution to those in need.

You may help in several ways. You may make your check payable to MSA Disaster Relief Fund and send to: Masonic Service Association, 3905 National Drive, Suite 280, Burtonsville, MD  20866. Please mark checks, “Louisiana Appeal.”

You may also make your donation from the MSA’S webpage – www.msana.com — with the use of a credit card.  Such donations allow relief funds to be available sooner.

You may also send your gift to the Grand Lodge of Washington or Washington Masonic Charities, who will forward all noted  (Louisiana Appeal) contributions to the MSA.

Let us together pray that the Great Architect of the Universe watch over and protect the Brethren and citizens of this stricken Jurisdiction in their time of need.

 

Sam Roberts, PGM

Grand Secretary

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL PRINTABLE MEMORANDOM

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