RW Ron Murad – Chairman
RW Roger Guan – Senior Grand Deacon
RW Mohamad Yatim – Grand Education Officer
RW Antonio Abano – Assistant Grand Photographer
RW Cristian Ossa – Grand Chaplain
RW Rajaram Rao – Grand Chaplain
Held at the Galloping Hill Golf Course which is located at 3 Golf Drive Kenilworth, NJ
Held at TBD
All officers are required to attend
Dress: Business Casual, no jeans allowed
Masters and Wardens Meeting starts at 6:00
GLI begins at 7:00
Held at Masonic Fellowship Center, 1114 Oxmead Road, Burlington, NJ
Registration begins at 8:00 A.M.
Lectures to start at 9:00 A.M.
Dress: Business Casual
“Path To The East” By: R.W. Glenn Visscher
“How To Run a Business Meeting” By: R.W. Michael Neuberger
“A Path Towards Successful Membership Growth” BY: R.W. Michael S. Rothman
“Masonry—A School for Governance” By: R. W. Keith Herman
Remarks By: The Grand Master M.W. Roger B. Quintana
Contact R.W. Roger Guan for registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or at 201-755-5497
Mt Zion Lodge will be having a Gold Collar Master Mason Degree this evening. Due to the expected attendance numbers the degree will be held at Atlas Pythagoras Lodge No. 10 located at 1011 Central Ave, Westfield, NJ in order to accomodate.
Dinner served at 5:30pm
Degree begins promptly at 6:30pm
Atlas Pythagoras Lodge No. 10, AzureMasada Lodge No. 22, and Theodore Roosevelt Lodge No. 219 are hosting an Official Visit of Most Worshipful Walter R. Kaulfers, Grand Master of Masons of the State of New Jersey, and Open Reception in Honor of Right Worshipful Chester A. Bohanek, Jr., Grand Chaplain, Right Worshipful Ronald A. Murad, District Ritual Instructor and Right Worshipful Robert V. Monacelli, Aide to the Grand Master.
To be held at:
The Shadowbrook at Shrewsbury 1 Obre Place Shrewsbury, NJ07702
Open Buffet Dinner 5:00 P.M. – 7:15 P.M.
Price - $55.00 per person
Open Reception 7:30 P.M.
R.S.V.P. by Saturday, March 4, 2017
To: R.W. John A. Braun, PGC, Secretary
Atlas Pythagoras Lodge No. 10
1011 Central Avenue, Westfield, NJ07090
The 10th District is participating in the Wreaths Across America Program - A very worthwhile program, aimed at laying wreaths upon the graves of every service member, all across America. Our District has adopted Rahway Cemetery, where over 636 Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen are buried. We sincerely hope that each and every Mason in our District will volunteer part of his time to this very worthwhile endeavor. Please advise if you are available December 14, 15 or 16 to unload the truck and/or Saturday, the 17, to lay the wreaths on the graves. On both of these days you may bring family members and/or friends, and most of us will be wearing jeans and sneakers or work boots. We need name and contact information, and please specify whether we could which days you are available.
If you would like to make a donation to support the Wreath Laying at Rahway Cemetery please print and complete form below and mail it to: Wreaths Across America PO Box 249 Columbia Falls, ME 04623