Masonic Square and Compass Pendant

From the East
WM Dennis Ashley

April is going to be a very exciting month for us! I’d like to first welcome brother Syed Naqvi to the Fraternity, may your Journey be Blissful.  Secondly, we are unveiling a new Mt. Moriah commemorative Masonic Coin.  Lastly good Masonic fellowship and more Masonic Light from another one of our Esteemed members.

Earnestly
Dennis Ashley,
Worshipful Master


From the West
Bro Eric Willson

I would like to thank everyone who has taken the time to travel to the other lodges in the last couple of months.  This is the first year that I have really made the effort, and I’ve found it as rewarding as I’m sure many of you have.

Sitting on the sidelines at another Lodge is a great way to meet other Masons throughout the valley and state.  It also serves as an excellent opportunity to reflect on our own Lodge.  Seeing how others do things is a good way to constructively judge our own work and social customs.

As we approach the summer, I hope that we, as a Lodge, will continue this new habit we’ve developed and continue to make Mt. Moriah a greater presence on the Masonic stage.

Fraternally,
Eric Willson
Senior Warden


From the South
Bro John Krikorian

Last month, we visited our Brothers at Acacia Lodge for their GMOV, and it was a great time. As many of you know, I travel for work and every time I visit a new city, I always try to attend a lodge meeting. It’s been one of the highlights of my Masonic journey.

Accordingly, I’d encourage every Brother to visit other Lodges. We often say to others that ours is the largest and oldest Fraternity in the world, but that means little if you never go outside your lodge. Take the opportunity to see how Masonry operates and meets in new places in Nevada, in the US, and even abroad in the world, should you ever have the chance. You won’t regret it!

Fraternally,
John Krikorian
Junior Warden


From the Secretary
Bro Larry Kesler, PM

Well brethren, you will notice there is a new look in the Trestle Board this Month. Although it’s still has much of the information that you need to keep in touch with your officers and brethren who are working for your lodge.

Fraternally,
Larry G. Kesler, Sec.