Mt Moriah #39 - F&AM - Henderson, NV

On Wednesday, April 24th at 6:30PM, Mount Moriah #39 will hold family dinner. All Masons, prospective members, invited guests, and friends are welcome. Casual dress. Please note that the Lodge will be dark on Wednesday, April 17th.

Holy Bible, Square, and Compass, arranged for the first degree on Psalm 133.

On Wednesday, April 10th at 7PM, Mount Moriah #39 will hold an Entered Apprentice Degree. All Brothers and visiting Brothers are welcome.

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Mount Moriah #39 has the following events.

  • Wednesday, April 3rd starting at 6:30PM – Casual dinner at 6:30 with the Stated Business Meeting to follow at 7:30. Dinner is open to all Brothers, visiting Brothers, and prospective members. The Meeting is open only to current and visiting Brothers. Dress is suit and tie for the meeting.
  • Wednesday, April 10th at 7PM – Entered Apprentice Degree
  • Wednesday, April 17th – Dark
  • Wednesday, April 24th at 6:30PM – Family dinner. All Masons, prospective members, invited guests, and friends are welcome. Casual dress.
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From the East
WM Eric Willson

I would like to extend my thanks to everyone who made the month of March a success. While we still need a touch more polish, it is a true pleasure to see how professional our degree work has been.

We have several more degrees before the summer. At the beginning of the year, I asked many of you to consider learning some Third-Degree parts. Game time is around the corner!

My Brothers, I would like to take this opportunity to ask that we all make an effort to visit the lodges that meet in our building. We have just invited a third, and it would be good for us to meet the many masons who call our home theirs as well!

Fraternally yours,
Eric Willson
Worshipful Master


From the West
Bro John Krikorian

Be advised that we will be re-voting on a by-law change during the May Stated Meeting. As this is the Trestle Board which will be distributed in March, you will have more than 30 days’ notice.

Notice was also given in the March stated meeting and will be given again in April at that stated meeting as well.

The purpose of the by-law change was to allow the lodge, if a stated meeting were to fall on a national holiday, to allow us with due and timely notice to the craft, to move the meeting to the second Wednesday of that month only.

This prevents us from having to meet on a day when many Brothers would be occupied with family and other holiday activities.

John Krikorian
Senior Warden


From the South
Bro Dick Wright

April is coming upon us, so, for the Stated Communication on the 3rd of April we will be having something special at 6:30pm. One of our own Master Masons, George Wilson, will be making Navaho Fried Bread Tacos.

At the Family Dinner on the 24th of April at 6:30pm we will have Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo and garlic bread sticks with a green Salad, hope you will enjoy.

Dick Wright
Junior Warden


From the Secretary
Bro Rob Noland

It is, indeed, my pleasure to serve as Lodge Secretary. With each issue that comes my way, I am learning Nevada Masonic Code, appreciating the gentle, but firm, help of Grand Lodge officers, as well as working with the officers of Mt. Moriah #39. Thank you for your trust.

Rob Noland
Secretary

 

  • Wednesday, March 20th – Dark
  • Wednesday, March 27th at 6:30PM – Family dinner. All Masons, prospective members, invited guests, and friends are welcome. Casual dress.

 

Holy Bible, Square, and Compass, arranged for the second degree in the Book of Amos.

Mount Moriah #39 will be meeting at 7 PM on Wednesday, March 13th for a Fellowcraft degree. The event is open to all Fellowcrafts and Master Masons. Jacket and tie.

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Wednesday, March 6th starting at 6:30PM – Casual dinner at 6:30 with the Stated Business Meeting to follow at 7:30. Dinner is open to all Brothers, visiting Brothers, and prospective members. The Meeting is open only to current and visiting Brothers. Dress is suit and tie for the meeting.

From the East
WM Eric Willson

Brethren,

I would like to thank everyone who came out last month for Brother Stan’s EA education.  I enjoyed the lecture and found myself thinking about the lesson that was communicated in the days that followed.  I am always surprised when I hear or read negative commentary concerning the Craft.  There is a lot of it.

We should, my Brothers, ever remember those important lessons in the first-degree charge.  Let us not compound any ill and misinformed opinions about our fraternity through our own wrong action.  Be vigilant!

Eric Willson
Worshipful Master


From the West
Bro John Krikorian

At our last Stated Meeting, I had the privilege of sitting in the East while the Worshipful Master was away. It was also my duty to provide an education, which I did on Psalm 133. I very much enjoyed creating and delivering that talk and I hope all the Brethren found it enlightening and useful.

For those of you in the officer line, it’s a good lesson that you should always be prepared to step up a seat, since sometimes life can cause Brothers to miss meetings from time to time. Consider preparing your ritual work well ahead of time and you’ll always be prepared.

Contact our DGL or any of your Senior Officers and we’d be pleased to help you or any Brother who wants to improve their knowledge of the work.

John Krikorian
Senior Warden


From the South
Bro Dick Wright

I hope you have been enjoying our meals this year. We have more to come. On March 6 (State Meeting) we’re going to have Angus Hamburger Steak with Mushroom gravy, white rice, green beans, salad and deserts.

Then on March 27 (Family Dinner) we’re going to have Taco night, ground chicken or beef, hard or soft shell, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cheese and re-fried beans. Oh yes there will be desserts also. Hope this sounds good.

If any of you have suggestions for meals let me know. Brother George suggested Indian Tacos which we will have in the near future. Thank you, Brother George.

Dick Wright
Junior Warden


From the Secretary
Bro Rob Noland

Last month’s stated meeting had many items, as you can see in the draft of the minutes.  Please review the minutes for errors and bring them to my attention before the next Stated Meeting opens.

Thanks to all those who paid their dues.

Rob Noland
Secretary

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Mount Moriah #39 has the following events.

  • Wednesday, February 27th at 6:30PM – Family dinner. All Masons, prospective members, invited guests, and friends are welcome. Business casual. This is the George Washington Memorial Dinner in conjunction with Acacia Lodge #49.
  • Wednesday, March 6th starting at 6:30PM – Casual dinner at 6:30 with the Stated Business Meeting to follow at 7:30. Dinner is open to all Brothers, visiting Brothers, and prospective members. The Meeting is open only to current and visiting Brothers. Dress is suit and tie for the meeting.
  • Wednesday, March 13th at 7PM – Fellowcraft Degree
  • Wednesday, March 20th – Dark
  • Wednesday, March 27th at 6:30PM – Family dinner. All Masons, prospective members, invited guests, and friends are welcome. Casual dress.
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On Wednesday, February 27th at 6:30PM Mt Moriah #39 will have a Family dinner. All Masons, prospective members, invited guests, and friends are welcome.This will be the annual George Washington Dinner. Dress code is business casual.

Note that the Lodge will be dark on Wednesday, February 20th.

 

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