|From The East|
|Jason K. Brugman
Greetings From The East:
Brethren, It has been a long few months, since I last got appropriate word out to the Lodge due to constant travel for work. There have been several notable losses and several opportunities for fellowship, beginning with the passing of two influential Past Masters, PM Nick Vouras and very recently PM Ray Budd. These men were great patrons of Masonry for many years, and their loss is felt profoundly.
On a more positive note, we had our second attempt at bringing neighboring Lodge Brothers and there Ladies together for a fine night of fellowship and thanks for the support of our Ladies and families as we engage in our Masonic endeavors.
The losses and wins Iíve mentioned highlight that Masonry is not working and helping other Masons, but the role of families and communities in supporting one another.
As Iíve said in the meetings, degrees, and trestle boards, you my brothers, despite my own disruptive schedule, have kept the lodge going and provided support to families of brothers both living and deceased. I urge you to continue building on the foundations we have laid this year based on those engagements with one another. Masons In Motion is the Grand Masters tag line for the year, and I have seen plenty of it this year. It is a testament to your intrinsic motivations and feelings of genuine brotherly love. Iím grateful to bear witness. I look forward to sitting with you Tuesday Night and learning from and sharing with you all.
Jason K. Brugman
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