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W.M. Bro. Richard Tunks 20160201


Happy Spring (finally) Brethren:

          Hard to believe we are almost half-way around the calendar again. With the summer break in front of us it is interesting to reflect on the year thus far. Two trips to Toronto KH566 and numerous Official Visits and Installations within the district allow me to appreciate the size and diversity of the Craft. My travels throughout Ontario also are an eye-opener to the number of Masons there are. With so many lodges in small towns and cities, the number of opportunities to visit are endless.

          This month we will be initiating Mr. Paul Nancekivell into Masonry. After an accident which kept him sidelined for while, however he is back and ready to go. Please come out and give Paul a warm welcome.

          Don't forget that June is Hawaiian shirt night. This tradition was started many years ago to help make the June meeting a little more bearable as the air conditioning upstairs in the lodge room isn't always a effective as it could be. It has always been a fun meeting and this year will be no exception.

          There are still tickets available for the Norm French Tribute Dinner scheduled for Saturday, May 31. This is an open event for all with a 5 p.m. social hour and a cash bar, and a roast beef dinner at 6. Please call Jack Peter or myself for tickets. This is a great way to say thanks to Norm for all of his efforts overthe years.

          We will be draping the altar in remembrance of Bro. Hugh Ives who passed to the Grand Lodge Above May 5. Hugh was a very colourful individual with a great sense of humour. Hugh joined the Craft in 1950 and affiliated with KH in 1955.

          There is a lot happening this summer with Grand Lodge, golf planning, Masonic Chip (please call Glenn McTaggart to help), Harvest Festival food tent and hopefully some time for a little r&r. Mark your calendars for Saturday, July 26 for the King Hiram Day at the beach. I will be hosting a day at my cottage for you and your families. I'm cooking the burgers and dogs, BYOB, a lawn chair and the sunscreen. It's a great beach for the kids (and adults), so please plan on coming out. I will send more info later.

          If you can't make it to the June meeting, have a great summer.

W.M. Bro. Richard Tunks
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