DeMolay is the premier youth leadership organization building young men of character and dedicated to making young men better people and leaders. Providing a program based on timeless principles and practical experience, DeMolay strives to not only create the extraordinary leader, but a leader of character. DeMolays hold themselves to a higher moral standard, striving to constantly improve and be better each and every day. DeMolay is a youth-led, adult-advised organization in which young men learn to plan, organize, and facilitate their own programs. DeMolays take part in a wide-range of activities, from athletic competitions, to public speaking tournaments, to … Continue reading
The Committee on Instruction will meet for the rehearsal of degree work for appointed and elected Officers and Members of the Lodge who wish to participate in the work at the Masonic Hall Lodge Room on Monday Evenings at 6:30 PM.
All Master Masons and more especially the Lodge officers are urged to attend the District School of Instruction.The School of Instruction meets at Big Spring Lodge #361 in Newville from 7:30 to 9:00. The School of Instruction has a new Principle, Brother Dennis R. McClanahan for 2017. Come and learn something about Freemasonry that you may not already know!!! Contact Brother Jeffrey R. Miller WM at email@example.com for additional information. Share this:Tweet
JAN 28 – Examination of a Visitor – #361 FEB 25 – Mechanics of the Entered Apprentice – #260 MAR 25 – Entered Apprentice – District Degree Team APR 22 – Mechanics of the Fellow Craft – #143 MAY 20 – Fellow Craft – #315 AUG 19 – Mechanics of the Master Mason – #586 SEP 23 – Master Mason – #443 OCT 28 – Funeral Service – #262 NOV 18 – Election and Installation of Officers – #302 DEC 16 – Business of the Lodge – 2020 Elected Officers
The Carlisle Masonic Breakfast Club will meet at Market Cross Pub in Carlisle at 8:00 am the last Wednesday of the month. Please contact Brother Craig A. Kern at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-329-2272 with any questions. Please contact Craig and let him know if you are attending so he has a count for breakfast. Share this:Tweet
The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls is an organization for young women ages 11 to 20 that teach leadership, confidence, and citizenship. These lessons are taught using the symbolism of the seven colors of the Rainbow, which represent love, religion, nature, immortality, fidelity, patriotism and service. Rainbow Girls take an active role in planning their activities and meetings. By participating in service projects and fun activities, Rainbow Girls learn and grow while having fun. Rainbow also offers opportunities for younger girls through our Rainbow Pledge Group for girls 6 to 10 years old. Pledge teaches similar lessons … Continue reading