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June - Fresno Scottish Rite
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BULLETIN
FRESNO, CALIFORNIA
Volume 62
JUNE 2012
See you at the Fishing Derby
June 23rd at Shaver Lake
Art Carlson and Jack Farson
Caught some great fish at
Shaver Lake
In late May this year!
Number 6
SCOTTISH RITE BULLETIN 2
ish Rite
ScottBULLETIN
FRESNO, CALIFORNIA
Official publication of the Fresno Bodies Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of
Free­masonry. Published monthly at the Center, 1455 L Street, Fresno, CA 93721.
(559) 268-9631 FAX (559) 268-0261
WEB SITE: http://www.fresnoscottishrite.com
E-Mail: [email protected]
Editor: Office Staff Asst. Editor: Bernard R. Hollenbeck, 33°
JAMES WILSON II, 32° KCCH
Venerable Master
Fresno Lodge of Perfection
DALE HAMMEL, 32°
Wise Master Fresno
Chapter Rose Croix
The deadline for submissions is third
Monday of the month. Permission is
granted to Masonic Publications to
copy.
All brethren whose names
appear in this bulletin are of
the 32° unless otherwise identified.
BILL PFISTER, 32° KCCH
Commander
Fresno Council Kadosh
DAVID KELLEY, 32°
Master of Kadosh
Fresno Consistory
David CoLEMAN, 32°
Orator
James H. Clark, 33°
Almoner
LOUIS W. JELINEK, JR., 33°
Secretary
ALLEGIANCE
The Bodies of the Ancient and Accepted
Scottish Rite, sitting in the Valley of Fresno, Orient of California, acknowledge the
authority of and yield allegiance to the
Supreme Council (Mother Council of the
World) of the Inspectors General, Knights
Commander of the House of the Temple
of Solomon of the Thirty-Third Degree of
the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
of Freemasonry for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States of America.
C. RAY WHITAKER, 33°
Treasurer
WILLIAM F. STOVALL, 33°
Sovereign Grand Inspector
General in California
ILL. RONALD A. SEALE, 33°
Sovereign Grand
Commander
RICHARD PARIS, 33°
Personal Representative
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From the Personal Representative
Greetings Brethren and Ladies,
I can’t believe it is already June. Our May 5th
Children’s Language Center 20 Year Celebration is
over. I want to congratulate Dale Hammel 32° and
James Wilson 32° KCCH for an outstanding evening. Thanks to everyone who helped make this a
memorable evening. Thanks to our Director Tom
Tatum who gave a synopsis of the last twenty years
of helping children with speech difficulties. We are
very fortunate to have Tom Tatum as the Director
of our Fresno Clinic; he makes it look so easy. Tom
loves children and they love him.
We were honored to have the Illustrious William F. Stovall 33° Sovereign Grand Inspector General and Illustrious Ray Godeke, Vice Chairman
of the California Scottish Rite Foundation in attendance. Illustrious Stovall
gave a short but informative talk and then presented a check in the amount
of $1000.00 for the Fresno clinic.
I want to thank all of our 2012 Officers for their attendance and dedication to Scottish Rite. Good leadership means so much in any organization. I
thank both Bill Pfister and Mike Lewis of you for your leadership in membership.
Most of all, thanks to those brethren who are working hard to bring new
members into Scottish Rite. New membership is so vital to our organization;
however, the goal is to keep the new members attending. The best way to do
that is make him feel like he is part of Scottish Rite. I ask all of you brethren
to reach out and welcome those new members so they will feel like they
joined an organization that is friendly.
I hope to see all of you at the Fishing Derby at Shaver Lake June 23rd
where the fisherman will come in with those trophy fish and have some real
fisherman stories. The summer schedule is here. We will visit Mariposa on June 18, travel
to Tulare on July 16 and on to Merced on August 20. Brethren please come
and travel with us. The out a town members travel each month to Fresno. I
think it is time that we support them by visiting their Town. We will leave
Fresno Scottish Rite at 5:00 pm. If you need a ride call the office and Lou
will arrange a ride for you.
We will be back in Fresno September 10th for the Executive meeting
and on the17th for the September Stated dinner meeting. Richard Paris
Personal Representative
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From the Venerable Master
Brethren,
Our 20 year celebration at The Ramada Inn
was a great event. Many of the people that helped
start and supported the Clinic these past twenty
years were honored. Brother William Stovall 33˚
SGIG of California and California Foundation
Chairman spoke and let us know how many children have been helped. It was one of those evenings that everyone in attendance was happy and
enjoyed themselves.
Our Fishing Derby Fundraiser is this month
and it is not too late to join us at Shaver Lake on
June 23rd. Please come and join us even if it’s just
for one of Allen Miller’s hamburgers. They say
they are catching big fish from the shore.
Moving from one Fundraiser to the next; it is
time to ask for help with our annual Dinner Auction. Our Chairmen Vince Carter and Tommy Hyatt have the location at the International Catering Company on N West and Ashlan with an Indoor Garden Theme.
Our fine Wine Stewards, Lou Jelinek and Dick Paris have already started stocking
up for a fine evening.
We are asking for donations of new items for our live or silent auction this
year. New items or cash donations are appreciated; the cash donations will be used
to purchase items to be auctioned the night of the dinner. The invitations and dinner choices will be showing up soon either in the Bulletin or mail. Please plan on
joining us. Parents of one of children who have been treated at the Clinic will be in
attendance to share the difference our clinic has made in their families’ lives.
I will not end this message by saying how fast the year is going by, but it is.
Jim Wilson, Venerable Master, Lodge of Perfection
From the Wise Master
Brethren,
In the bulletin last month I placed an article
about creating a Sunshine Committee. Based on
the response to the article, it wasn’t read by anyone, or no one was interested enough to call and
offer help. So once again I pose the question to
the membership: Do we want to have a “Sunshine
Committee”? Do we need to have communication
with those that are ill or in need? Does the membership want to know about other member’s needs
or illnesses? If these questions start you thinking
about wanting to help and discuss this with another brother, please give me a call 439-7932 or
Juliet at the Scottish Rite Office. Please give us
direction. Is this something membership wants???
Dale Hammel, Wise Master
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From The Commander, Council Kadosh
Brethren
At the last Ring Rose and Cap Ceremony I
spoke about our Scottish Rite Ring. A single flat
band of gold engraved with an equilateral triangle
containing the Hebrew letter “Yod” located in the
center of the triangle. It is the ring of the Perfect
Elu in the 14th degree. The ring’s circular shape
expresses the never ending bond between Masons
of all generations. The equilateral triangle reminds us of the deity. The Hebrew letter “Yod” is
the first letter of the ineffable name of God. This
letter reminds us of what was lost in the Third
Degree and was found later in the Scottish Rite
Degrees of Perfection. Engraved on the inside
of the ring is the inscription “Virtus Junxit Mors
Non Separabit” which translates to Whom Virtue
unites, death will not separate or What Virtue has united, death cannot separate.
There is no “correct” way to wear the ring it can be worn on any finger and the engraved triangle can point either inward or outward as you like.
At the death of the owner, the ring should be given to his widow, an eldest son,
a friend who is highly respected or a Scottish Rite Mason. Under no circumstances
should the ring be worn by anyone who is not a 14th degree Scottish Rite Mason.
I received my father in-law’s Scottish Rite ring and wear that ring on my little
finger. This ring was awarded to him at our valleys 1949 reunion more than 64
years ago. The earliest record of a 14th degree ring goes back to the Francken
manuscript of 1783. The ring that was worn over 229 years ago was slightly different then our current ring, at that time it was just a plain band of gold with the
current inscription engraved on the inside of the ring. At some point in the late 19th
century the Supreme Council of the Northern Jurisdiction altered the ring and added
the triangle and “Yod” symbol. Our Southern Jurisdiction later adopted this design
as well and we find that design still in use today.
Brethren when you wear your Scottish Rite ring remember that it is not just a
piece of jewelry but it is the symbol of our fraternity. Wear it proudly and with the
honor it is due.
Bill Pfister 32º KCCH
Commander of the Council of Kadosh
Building a Scholarship Donations
Thank you to all who are supporting “Building a Scholarship” fund. Your continued
donations will allow us to expand our scholarship program and continue to
support the deserving students of the C.A.R.T. School. Donations made this month
by: Richard Berger, Clyde & Patricia Johnson, Allan D. Miller, and Elmer Schott.
As a Scholarship Fundraiser we have Masonic Magnetic red white & blue car remembrance
ribbons and circles with Relief, Truth and Brotherly Love and the Masonic emblem in the
center available at the Scottish Rite Office for $5.00.
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From The Master Of Kadosh
I would like to thank all of my Brothers and
Masonic family members for their support and encouragement this past month. I am slowly, but surely, recovering from my illness.
May was a busy month with the 20 year Celebration, Americanism & Patriotism awards, CART
scholarships and JROTC presentations. A sincere
thank you to everyone that helped make each of
these events a success.
We are beginning our summer activities and
the upcoming events are extremely important for
raising money for the Children’s Language Disorders Center. I hope you will help by getting the information out to the community and participating in
the events personally.
June 23rd - Scottish Rite Fishing Derby at
Shaver Lake. We need sponsors to help defray the costs involved in putting this
event on. Please contact the Venerable Master Jim Wilson II, 32° KCCH, if you can
help in any way.
Our Children’s Language Disorders Center is consistently providing quality
service to the children of our community. We need to increase the hours available
for treatment and that requires funding. For every $50 donated to the Clinic - a child
receives an hour of treatment.
In closing, I am truly grateful and extremely thankful for the opportunity to
make a difference in the lives of the children within our community. I am proud to
be a Mason, knowing my efforts help make the world (and myself) better, one child
at a time.
Fraternally,
David S. Kelley, 32°
ROTC
B.R. Hollenbeck, 33°
Again this year, I wish to acknowledge the special and outstanding work of those Brothers who
came forward and volunteered to help make presentations in this year’s Reserve Officer Training
Corps at Fresno State University and Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps at several valley high
schools awards presentation ceremonies. It had been almost exclusively the very hard and dedicated efforts of Ill. Warren Hill, 33° and Ill. Ronald Markarian, 33° and the office staff that combined
over the years to handle the organization and presentations of these awards. This year for various
reasons, including the unfortunate passing of Ill. Warren Hill 33°, we had a short notice requirement
for help. Thankfully, the very hard working Brothers Harry Crider, 32°, Henry Howard, 32° and the
Ill. James Sperlich, 33° stepped up and were able to help in the handling of all the required presentations. The annual effort selects superior students from the various high school and college venues
for special recognition. The young people are rewarded with certificates and medals to acknowledge their hard work as well as their support of Americanism and Patriotism. They were selected to
receive the annual Fresno Scottish Rite Bodies Certificate of Merit, Achievement, and Excellence in
support of the Nation, based on peer and supervisor recommendations. I was caused to again reflect on the greatness of the youth of this nation and the generosity of the members of these Fresno
Scottish Rite Bodies for recognition of these superior student efforts.
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2012 SHAVER LAKE FISHING DERBY
Sponsored By
Fresno Scottish Rite Children’s Language Disorders Center
Central California Inland Fisheries (Kokanee Power)
Camp Edison, Shaver Lake
Friends of the Center
WHEN: Saturday, June 23, 2012 – Registration: $40 each (includes lunch) ($30 is Tax Deductible).
Children 12 yrs and younger may register for $20.00.
Lunch only (Non-registrant donation for lunch only will be $10.00).
WHERE: Shaver Lake. Free launching at Edison Picnic Boat Ramp. Inform Entrance Gate that you
are with the Scottish Rite Children’s Language Center Fishing Derby.
DETAILS:1. Registration is limited to the first 125 adult participants.
2. All persons in each boat that are fishing must be registered, no exceptions.
3. Registration at Edison Group Picnic Area #2 (Tanager) on Saturday, June 23 at 5:00 a.m. Fishing start time is 6:00 a.m.
4. You must be in the weigh-in line by 2:00 p.m. (No Exceptions).
5. Lunch (included) served from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
6. Adult: CASH PRIZES: 1st Place $500, 2nd Place $300, 3rd Place $200, 4th Place $100 and 5th Place $75 FOR LARGEST FISH BY WEIGHT. Children’s: CASH PRIZES: 1st Place $200.00, 2nd Place $100, 3rd Place $75 and 4th Place $50 for the Largest Fish by Weight.
7. BLIND BOGEY: 50/50 $10.00. (Smallest and Largest weight divided by 2).
If you do not desire to fish, you may make a tax deductible donation to the Children’s Language Center.
(Federal Tax ID Number is 94-6078728)
BENEFIT: Children ages 2-18 with speech and language difficulties receive free speech therapy at the
Fresno Children’s Language Center. All proceeds will go to this Center.
FOR INFORMATION & REGISTRATION CONTACT
Office (559) 268-9631 or Jim Wilson (559) 779-8727
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(2012 California Fishing License Required)
ONE FORM PER PARTICIPANT REQUIRED TO BE REGISTERED
Make check payable to: Scottish Rite Language Center
Mail this form and check to: Fresno Scottish Rite, 1455 L Street, Fresno, CA 93721
Participants Name:_____________Legal Guardian name if applicable:
______________
Phone:
e-mail
_______
Group Last name________________________
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Address:City:
Zip:
( ) Adult $40.00
( ) Junior 12 Yrs & Under $20.00
( ) Blind Bogey $10.00
Enclosed is a check in amount of: $ __for reservation of person listed above.
I understand that the Scottish Rite Children’s Language Center is not liable for personal injury or property
loss resulting from my participation in this fishing derby.
(Signature of participant or Legal guardian)_______________________________________________
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THREE QUESTIONS
1. During the evening that you were raised to the sublime degree of Master
Mason the grip of a Master Mason helped raise the body of Hiram Abiff out of
the grave. Do you know what that symbolizes?
2. The Scottish Rite black silk cap is embossed with a double headed eagle. Do
you understand what the double headed eagle represents?
3. At the Ring, Rose and Cap Ceremony you received a Scottish Rite Certificate
informing the world that you are now a “Master of the Royal Secret.” Do you
know what the Royal Secret is? Can you carry on a meaningful conversation
regarding this subject?
These are only three of many questions pertaining to our ancient craft that we
should know. Do you know the answer to these questions? Do you care to know?
I fear that most of the Brethren think of our fraternity only in terms of pleasant
association in the lodge and charity. They may know the rituals but fail to understand
its meanings.
Freemasonry teaches by symbols and by allegory. Scottish Rite and Craft
Lodges are not “Cliff’s Notes” whereby one can find an instant answer to these and
other questions. The challenge each Mason face is to commit to traveling that road
which will eventually lead to discovering those answers. It is not quick nor is it easy.
But the results will yield a much greater personal satisfaction than just a framed
certificate hanging on the wall.
Brother John L. Tracy 32°
REGIONAL ORIENT MEMBERSHIP AMBASSADOR
MESSAGE
Scottish Rite membership is our key to success. It is built on Faith, Hope and Charity.
We must not lull ourselves into thinking that we need not replace the membership losses
that we suffer through deaths, demits and those members who have been suspended for
non-payment of dues. New members are essential.
Every devoted Scottish Rite Mason is a resource who can and should talk about our
great and ancient Order to those who are worthy and well-qualified. Masonic history is
untainted by crime or cruelty. Masons have always has been devoted to the discovery of
the truth and our fidelity to principle is unquestionable. Masonic history and principle are
our selling points!
A great philosopher has said that “One truth discovered is immortal, and entitles its
author to be so; for, like a new substance in nature, it cannot be destroyed.”
Masonry has ever been engaged in discovering new truths. In endeavoring to
preserve from obscurity the old truths that make our institution worthy of immortal honor,
we perform the sacred work of brotherly love, relief and truth.
Even though at times we are weary, we must step down heavily on the membership
accelerator pedal. Upon our ancient and honorable Order and each of our members
lies the responsibility of preserving intact the sacred privilege of helping our Fraternity
continue to seek and champion truth through growing our membership.
Durward C. Ayre
Durward C. Ayre 32° KCCH / MC
Regional Orient Membership Ambassador for the Valleys of San Jose, Fresno and San
Francisco in California
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FROM THE CO-EDITOR
B.R. Hollenbeck, 33°
It has been the duty of the Consistory over the years to oversee the Education,
Americanism and Scholarship programs of the Bodies. I am happy to report they
were again this year, a great success. I would like to thank everyone for your help
and support during the past few months. Thanks to the generosity of the Fresno
Scottish Rite membership we were able to award scholarships at the CART school
to very deserving students for their continuing education at the college level. The
opportunity to present the annual scholarships to deserving senior high school students from the C.A.R.T. School at the last stated meeting was a memorable opportunity. The students and their families as well as everyone in attendance at the
stated meeting seemed to enjoy the presentations. I wish to acknowledge the special
and outstanding work of Brothers Bill Neal, 32° and David Kelley, 32° who were
the backbone of the judging efforts where in three superior students were selected
to receive the annual Fresno Scottish Rite Bodies Scholarships. This event again
should cause all of us to reflect on the greatness of the youth of this nation and the
generosity of the members of these Fresno Scottish Rite Bodies.
The Americanism and Education efforts of the Tulare School District and the
Roeding Elementary School were very well received and made for a great year.
The Scottish Rite Bodies through the Consistory have for the past few years sponsored notable efforts in this area. The foremost is that of encouraging Patriotism and
Americanism in the elementary grades in Fresno Unified School District.
In Tulare Olive Branch Lodge #269 sponsors and handles the task in an outstanding manor. Thanks to Ill. Allan Miller 33º and Robert Myers 32º KCCH the
task goes on every year almost unnoticed by those of us in Fresno. However this
year the local Tulare paper again did an outstanding feature article on the work of
the lodge. Over 1000 Tulare 5th Grade students participated in that school district.
At the same time we in Fresno were working with the Roeding Elementary Schools
5th grade classes.
This year after judging the student’s posters and essays, we were able to make
presentations to the best poster and essay recipient at a school assembly and later to
the first place winners at the April Stated meeting. We found it most rewarding to
work with the outstanding students, teachers, and their very hard working principal.
We are aware that not everyone had the privilege of hearing Anastesia Lopez, one
of the students, read her essay, or seeing the poster by Angelo Burton, so we have
included them below. We judged Miss Lopez and Mr. Burtons’ hand written essay
and poster they where heartfelt, well thought out, and we felt, superb.
Tulare Scottish Rite Club News
Hope all had a great time at the business meeting at Perko’s in Porterville.
On 17 June, we will be able to taste Allen’s famous Tri tip again at the annual
BBQ Summer party at his place at 497 E Sandra in Tulare. The event is potluck. A-F
Salad, G-L Appetizer and drinks, M-R Main Dish, S-Z Dessert. We kick everything
off at 5:00 pm. It should be a fun evening, as always.
Our 17 August gathering will be a short business meeting at 6:30 and dinner at
Ryan’s. The address is 3103 S. Mooney Blvd.
Have a great summer.
James Sperlich, President
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Fresno Scottish Rite Childhood Language Disorders Center
2012
Indoor
Garden Party
Dinner
Live and Silent Auctions
August 11, 2012
International Catering Co.
4277 N. West Ave., Fresno, CA 93705
(By the corner of N West Ave and Ashlan)
Dress is Casual
Master of Ceremonies
Matt Otstot
KSEE 24 News Person
Music by Lew Coles Trio
Wine Tasting & Silent Auction start at 5:00 pm
Tickets $50.00
Per person
Tables of 8
Choice of entre & 2 bottles of wine per table
• Tri Tip Roast Beef
• Lemon Marinated Chicken
• Vegetarian Plate
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Yes, I am coming to the Party
Saturday August 11, 2012
Mail in registration form to:
Fresno Scottish Rite●1455 “L” Street●Fresno, CA 93721● (559) 268-9631
Name:________________________________(b) (ch) (v)
Address:______________________________
City: ________________ST:____Zip:______
Phone: ______________________________ _
2.____________________________________(b) (ch) (v)
3.____________________________________(b) (ch) (v)
4.____________________________________(b) (ch) (v)
5.____________________________________(b) (ch) (v)
6.____________________________________(b) (ch) (v)
7.____________________________________(b) (ch) (v)
8.____________________________________(b) (ch) (v)
Total Dinners ordered ________
Last day to order tickets August 1 st
Please circle menu choices next to names: (b) Tri Tip Roast Beef
(ch) Lemon Marinated Chicken (v) Vegetarian
ALL SEATING IS RESERVED
All tickets must be purchased prior to the event
Dinner Tickets (seating of 8 per table) $50.00 per person.
Amount enclosed $______________
Please make checks payable to Fresno Scottish Rite Clinic
Visa or Master Card also accepted
Call the office to charge your tickets
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Contributions to the Fresno Scottish Rite
Childhood Language Disorders Clinic
Donations
California SR Foundation
Saul Aguirre
Dan Dadian
Byron & Betty Pretzer
Carolyn Lucckesi
C Ray & Joyce Whitaker
Legacy
David & Louise Coleman
Peggy Dunlavy
Ken & Onedra Bratcher
C Ray & Joyce Whitaker
Bennie & Barbara Flint
Clarence & Jean Hodge
Dennis & Marsha Dulavy
Mary Christiansen
Vernon & Dona Schmidt
Patricia Dunlavy
Jack & Betty Farson
James H Clark
Gus McClain
Byron & Betty Pretzer
MEMORIALS
Wilbert Adams
C Ray & Joyce Whitaker
Marie Cappeluti
Joe & Shirley Clements
C Ray & Joyce Whitaker
Val Clute
C Ray & Joyce Whitaker
Judge Robert Coyle
RR “Bud” Baird
Mac Holland
Joe & Shirley Clements
Wanda Lockie
Richard & Orine Paris
Louis and Lisa Jelinek
Ann Morton
Theresa Reynolds
Richard & Orine Paris
C Ray & Joyce Whitaker
Louis and Lisa Jelinek
Charles Dusty Rhoades
David & Louise Coleman
James & Jennifer Banta
Bryan & Shelly Coleman
Renso S Romeri
Joe & Shirley Clements
Marjorie Taylor
Richard & Orine Paris
MEMORIALS
As one by one, the autumn leaves fade in the forest deep,
So one by one, in each of you must come the touch of sleep;
As one by one, the roses burst into the morning light,
So one by one, your souls shall wake again
beyond the night.
Thomas Wiley Hammond
Edward Woodrow Hunt
Charles Arthur Madden Jr.
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SUMMER SCHEDULE
FOR 2012
DRESS FOR SUMMER IS: CASUAL - NO COAT OR TIE AND NO SHORTS.
JUNE 18: MARIPOSA LODGE. (LODGE ADVANCES)
5:00 P. M. LEAVE SCOTTISH RITE - CALL IF YOU NEED A RIDE
6:30 P. M. DINNER AT LODGE PROVIDED BY MARIPOSA LODGE
7:00 P. M. ADVISORY CONFERENCE IN BANQUET ROOM
7:45 P. M. ASSEMBLE IN LODGE FOR STATED MEETING. LODGE ADVANCES.
8:30 P. M. DEPART
JUNE 19: Tues
Clinic Board. -5:30 p.m. - Scottish Rite
23 Sat
S/R Fishing Derby - Shaver Lake
JULY 16: TULARE LODGE.(CONSISTORY ADVANCES)
5:00 P. M. LEAVE SCOTTISH RITE - CALL IF YOU NEED A RIDE
6:00 P. M. DINNER AT LODGE PROVIDED BY TULARE LODGE
7:00 P. M. ADVISORY CONFERENCE IN BANQUET ROOM
7:45 P. M. ASSEMBLE IN LODGE FOR STATED MEETING. CONSISTORY ADVANCES.
8:30 P. M. DEPART
JULY 17 Tues Clinic Board.. -5:30 p.m. - Scottish Rite
AUGUST 11 Sat Language Center - Dinner/Auction
AUGUST 20: MERCED LODGE. (CHAPTER ADVANCES)
5:00 P. M. LEAVE SCOTTISH RITE - CALL IF YOU NEED A RIDE
6:00 P. M. REFRESHMENTS BY MERCED LODGE
7:00 P. M. ADVISORY CONFERENCE IN BANQUET ROOM
7:45 P. M. ASSEMBLE IN LODGE FOR STATED MEETING. CHAPTER ADVANCES.
8:30 P. M. DEPART
AUGUT 21 Tues Clinic Board -5:30 p.m. - Scottish Rite
SEPTEMBER - BACK TO FRESNO FOR OUR MEETINGS.
SEPT. 3 Mon Labor Day (Office Closed)
SEPTEMBER 10:
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AT 5:00 P. M.
ADVISORY CONFERENCE AT 6:30 P. M.
SEPTEMBER 17:
STATED MEETING 6:00 P. M. SOCIAL, 6:30 DINNER,
8:00 STATED (Council Hosts)
SEPTEMBER 18Tues Clinic Board -5:30 p.m. - Scottish Rite
REQUEST TO THE FAMILY OF THE SCOTTISH RITE MEMBER WHOSE NAME
APPEARS BELOW. PLEASE NOTIFY US (ADDRESS ABOVE LEFT) IF OUR
MEMBER IS IN A HOSPITAL OR NURSING HOME, OR IS INCAPACITATED IN
ANY WAY. THANK YOU.
RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED
1455 L STREET
FRESNO, CA 93721-1290
Phone (559) 268-9631 FAX (559) 268-0261
LOUIS W. JELINEK, JR., 33°, Secretary
Scottish Rite Center
FRESNO SCOTTISH RITE
PAID
Permit No. 1775
Fresno, CA 93706
NON PROFIT ORG.
U.S. POSTAGE
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