|Volume LVIII||November 2011||Number 4|
100 Mason Night
Front row, left-right: Bros. Jarrett Kosko, S.W.; William Pepperman, W.M.; Thomas K. Sturgeon, R.W.G.M.; and Dale Walters, J.W. Back row, left-right: Bros. Robert Kording, Jr., J.D; Trevor Kosko, S.D.; Randall McFarland, Secretary; Gregory Kobasa, P.M., Pursuivant; Graham McCollum, Jr. M.C.; and Edward Stover, Sr. M.C.
R.W. Grand Master Thomas K. Sturgeon was pleased to see so many young officers on the floor during Infinity Lodge No. 546's fourth 100 Mason Night on Oct. 12. The event raised $10,000 for the Masonic Charities.
Grand Master Honors Emergency Responders
In May, R.W. Grand Master Thomas K. Sturgeon visited Doylestown Lodge No. 45 to recognize brethren who serve the community either as police, fire or EMT personnel.
On July 9, Bro. Daniel V. Watson, Brownsville Lodge No. 60, was promoted to the rank of Captain during a ceremony while he was home on a brief leave from serving with the 301st Theater Information Operations Group in Afghanistan. His duty assignment is Strategic Communications Advisor to the Afghan Ministry of Defense.
More than two dozen members of Brownsville Lodge No. 60 and King Solomon's Lodge No. 346, Connellsville, witnessed Bro. Watson take an oath administered by Bro. Gregory A. Ritch (Colonel, retired) of King Solomon's Lodge.
Rodney E. Boyce, District Deputy Grand Master for the 30th District, made a brief presentation to Bro. Watson, who then shared a few stories of his experiences in Afghanistan. All shared refreshments and fellowship.
Bro. Watson was truly moved by such a show of support by his brethren, including his father, Bro. Donald Watson, Chaplain, Brownsville Lodge. Congratulations and best wishes!
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