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June 1, 2021

We will discuss Grand Lodge session items next meeting. We will discuss a time for a golf outing next meeting. We then proceeded with courtesy Master Mason Degree work for Joshua Dosdall with changes as follows:
1st Section Master - Galen Jansen
1st Section Sr. Warden - Brian Sohl
1st Section Jr. Warden - Rusty Langel
1st Section Sr. Deacon - Nicholas Huber
1st Section Jr. Deacon - Steve Weidner
Jr. Steward - Ron West
King Solomon - Ron West
King of Tyre - Matthew Dosdall
1st Craftsman - Randy Smith
2nd Craftsman - Tom Lewis
Fellow craftsmen - Greg Westra, Tom Miller, Larry Clark
3 Ruffians - Rusty Langel, Dave Hansen, Galen Jansen
Graveside Soliloquy - Galen Jansen
Graveside Prayer - Tom Lewis
History Lecture - Steve Weidner
Slide Lecture - Brian Sohl
Charge - Brian Sohl
Following the work numerous Brothers offered their congratulations to Brother Dosdall and for the joint effort by the two Lodges on his behalf. Brother Dosdall thanked all for the experience.
Education Officer Joe West shared a poem fitting for the evening called “Last Night I Knelt Where Hiram Knelt” by Pat M. Armstrong, which was found on

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Freemasonry is available to men of good character who believe in a Supreme Being. We are closed to avowed atheists and agnostics. There are no restrictions relating to race, creed, or religion.
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