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Greetings Brethren, and visitors all! You will notice that as we add photos to the site now, four of them will appear on the front page as a visual indicator that new photos were added. This does not mean that only four photos were added, I just didn’t want to clog the front page with more than that. Simply click “(more…)” or “Read the rest of this entry” under the photos to see the whole album. Alternatively, you can also click the word/link “Photos” up at the top of the page to get to all of our photos and albums on the site at any time. Remember to click more or read the rest of the entry on those albums as well.

Update 2/28/2015 Updated the officer list and squashed a couple bugs. Thanks!

Fraternally,
W.: Michael Greene
Webmaster, Brotherhood No. 375

Please make a note of the following SPECIAL dates:

10 March 2015 … Stated Meeting with 2 FC Candidates – Light refreshments at 6:30 PM

20 & 21 March 2015 … WM Greg Wagner announced that a Masonic Breakfast will be offered on Saturday March 21st from 8:30 am to 11:30 am. HELP is NEEDED on Friday night March 20th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm to set up and prepare, and on Saturday from 7:00 am to prepare and then from 8:30 am to 11:30 am accommodate our guests and clean up afterwards.

24 March 2015 … Stated Meeting. A briefing by the Lodge’s Financial Advisor will be presented.

31 March 2015 … “The 5th Tuesday” – Dining Out for fellowship and good food. Meet at 6:00 pm in front of Buffet City (used to be “the Whistle Stop”) (Chinese & American food) at 13235 Cortez Blvd – SR 50. Casual clothes are OK BUT – please shower before you get there if possible!! Please RSVP to this message to see if we get can enough participants for a private room, or at least to reserve tables for our group. ALL MASONS from ALL LODGES are invited to join us!

14 April 2015 … Stated Meeting with 2 EA Candidates – Light refreshments at 6:30 PM

Please check the Lodge Calendar of Events frequently for new postings and updates!

 

 

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Brotherhood Lodge No. 375 Installation a BIG SUCCESS

January 31, 2015:

The food: GREAT as always. Thanks to Greg and Carol Wagner who prepared a most delicious dinner of: Tossed salad with Italian Dressing; Home-Made Meatloaf with their delicious secret tomato sauce; smooth and creamy mashed potatoes with beef gravy; tasty green beans; warm rolls and butter; coffee and sweet or plain iced tea.

After a very social dinner with lots of conversation, all present retired to the Lodge Room.
Introduction of the Installation Team and distinguished visitors was offered by R.W. Robert ‘Slim’ Owen, who provided a brief explanation of the event to the assembled members and guests.

Then the Installation Team went to work, as practiced and polished as always, and Brotherhood Lodge No. 375 appreciates their proficiency. The Team: Installing Officer: R.W. Robert Owen; Installing Marshall: W:. Pete Raymond; Installing Chaplain: W:. Lucky Lee; Installing Musician: Bro. Seth Rye (Grand Musician of the Grand Lodge of Florida); Ladies Escort: W:. Ken Curry. What a memorable night thanks to the Team.

Installed Lodge Officers were: Worshipful Master: W:. Gregory Wagner; Senior Warden: Bro. Steve Longarello;
Treasurer: Bro. Ralph Scott; Secretary: Bro. David Millendorf; Senior Deacon: W:. Michael Greene; Junior Deacon: Bro. Edward Nurse; Senior Steward: Bro. John Nicoll; Junior Steward: Bro. Roger Riendeau; Marshall: W:. Wayne Heavens. Three new officers could not be present, and will be installed at a later date.

Upon completion of the ceremonies and closing of the Lodge, dessert was served in the dining room: home baked chocolate cake with vanilla icing. Once again, delicious.

A very enjoyable evening was had by all in attendance, and officers and members of Brotherhood Lodge look forward to an active and enjoyable year in Freemasonry.

Brothers,
The 19th District of Florida Masters and Wardens group is offering the following:
A brand new AlumaCraft 14 foot boat rigged for fishing, along with a new 15 HP Mercury outboard motor and a new Road King boat trailer – from Millers Boating Center. All you need to do is connect your hitch and away you go!
A donation ticket is $5.00, and the drawing will be held on December 12, 2015.
You need not be present to win. See the Lodge Secretary for tickets.

WM requests the Craft attend and participate in a last minute EA degree beginning at 7:30 pm for a deploying US Air Force member.

Congratulations to our Junior Deacon Edward Nurse and his wife on the birth of a healthy baby girl on the evening of December 10th, 2014.

It sounds like the family is doing well, and the Worshipful Master and Brothers of Brotherhood Lodge wish them well!

More information as it is received.

Update:

As of Wednesday night, January 7, 2015, Mother and baby girl Lundyn are doing well, as is Brother Ed.

Congratuations again to the Nurse family!

At a stated meeting on December 9, 2014, the annual election of officers for the year 2015 was held. The election results and appointments by the Worshipful Master follow:

Worshipful Master:  GREG  WAGNER
Senior Warden:         STEVE  LONGORELLO
Junior Warden:         WILL  INGERSOLL
Senior Deacon:          MIKE  GREENE
Junior Deacon:         ED  NURSE
Treasurer:                  RALPH  SCOTT
Secretary:                   DAVID  MILLENDORF
Tyler:                          BRAD  MEYER
Chaplain:                   ROBERT ARMSTRONG
Senior Steward:        JOHN  NICOLL
Junior Steward:      ROGER RIENDEAU

The Worshipful Master  invites all Brothers and spouses to Installation, January 31, 2015. Masonic Brothers and guests from all Lodges are welcome to attend.
Meat Loaf Dinner served at 6:00 PM. Installation Ceremony begins at 7:30 PM.
Dress:    Officers: Black coat and pants, white shirt, black bow tie, black shoes and sox. Others:  Business attire.