Mark Twain once said that "In the spring, I have counted 136 different kinds of weather inside of 24 hours." While this can be true of the season in general, and Colorado weather in particular (as I have worn, shorts with flip flops and a parka on several days).
It's a good correlation to the variety of upcoming and past activities of our Lodge over the couple of months. First, our last meeting was a well-attended EA degree and I would like to welcome Mark G. as our newest Entered Apprentice. We look forward to supporting him and all those starting their Masonic Journey.
On a brisk and snowy spring morning we hosted our annual Easter egg hunt, even though it wasn't ideal weather the fun and fellowship within the building was warm and welcoming. Thanks to all who attended and helped with the event. Special thanks go to our JW Jeremy and his family for filling all the eggs with candy and goodies.
We had several members attend the Red Lodge EA presentation by Germania Lodge #46 of New Orleans, as well as the Easter Sunrise Service hosted by the Knights Templar Association which were both held at the Denver Consistory.
Our upcoming events include a visit to Denver #5 on May 2nd, Masonic Jeopardy at our next communication on the 14th, and mark your calendars and make a reservation for the Feast of the Beast on May 18th. This may not be hundred kinds that Mr. Twain spoke about, but it's a flurry of activity as we hop into the warmer months.
The proposed bylaws of our consolidation efforts with Revelation were emailed last month. If you didn't receive a copy or if you have any questions, please reach out to WB Wick, WB Steve or me.