Master's Message

October, 2017


Greetings Brethren:

How quickly the weather changes on us here in Colorado. Last week we were enjoying the migrating Painted Ladies butterflies in our zinnia patch and this past weekend I was driving in snow at Berthoud pass. Enjoy the Autumn while you can - Winter approaches. If you need assistance (i.e. shovel your driveway, sidewalk or other assistance), or if you are aware of a distressed brother or widow, please let our Junior Warden, Jim Glasscock, or myself know and we will get someone out to help if needed.

Congratulations to Brother Richard Leete for his excellent Entered Apprentice proficiency - well done! Also a special thanks to Worshipful Brother Ray Noakes for again demonstrating how the mentor process should work. Thanks WB Ray for all of the Brothers that you have mentored over the years and have helped to begin their Masonic journeys.

The Chili cookoff is on! Worshipful Brother Bull Hampton and Brother Dean Dominguez enlisted the members of Aurora Fire Department #1 to be our judges once again. The event will be held at Aurora Lodge on 21 October from 11 to 1. Contact Worshipful Brother Steve Davis if you have any questions. Judging will be for the best red, best green and hottest (bring the heat). Or if you just want to share your special recipe for enjoyment and a good time, bring it along.

Broomfield DeMolay is collecting items for Care Packages for our military. There is a collection box in the Lodge lobby, all items must be in by 24 October. The list of items will be sent via a separate email.

Stay tuned for any updates on Lodge activities via email, or watch our website or Facebook page.


Sincerely and Fraternally
Your Worshipful Master
Bryce Dunn



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