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August Trestleboard

August Trestleboard

Brethren –

I hope that everyone is doing well and staying healthy. We will be having our meeting on August 17th at 7:30pm, again without a dinner beforehand. I will try to keep the meeting short and we will be following all the safety precautions that we followed last month. We have some petitions that we need to vote on and one for the first reading which I think we can do safely.

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July Trestleboard

July Trestleboard

I hope that everyone is doing well and staying healthy. As many of you may already know, the Grand Master is now allowing the resumption of Stated meetings as long as we follow the appropriate health guidelines and keep the attendance to under 50 people.

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June Trestleboad – the shutdown rolls on

June Trestleboad – the shutdown rolls on

Brethren –

Once again, I would like to start off by letting everyone know that if you need assistance with anything, to please contact me or one of our Wardens. I am hoping that we return to some type of normalcy relatively soon, but it seems that each month brings with it new challenges. I was expecting to be able to hold a lodge meeting in June, not to have a continuing pandemic and riots.

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“Drive-by” Canned Food Drive

“Drive-by” Canned Food Drive

Brothers Brett, Axel, and Michael accepting donations in the drive-by lane at Herndon Lodge

Brothers dropping off with Amy from the SLHS Pantry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donations rolled in from Herndon Brothers, Herndon OES members, and Brothers from Freedom and Hamilton-Thompson Lodges as well.  Brothers Axel, Brett, and Micheal sported their Lodge masks to collect, sort, inventory, and deliver the donated goods.   Amy and the others at the SLHS Pantry were very excited and appreciative to receive a pickup truck load of food and other items to support the many people in need that accept the Pantry’s aide.

The donation by the numbers… 47 pounds of rice, 30 cans of soup, 124 packages of pasta, 93 cans of veggies, 55  toiletry items.    All together, 538 pounds of goods were donated to help others in need.

Thank you for your generous support and especially to the Brothers that manned the “drive-by” lane!
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This coming Saturday morning (May 23), Herndon Lodge will be accepting non-perishable food donations for the benefit of The Pantry at South Lakes High School.

Please enter the Lodge parking lot via the Grace Street entrance and drive to the rear of the building where Masons will be standing by to accept your donation.  Operating hours are from 9AM until 11AM on May 23.

Thank you in advance for your support of this worthy charity!

 

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