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September 2015.indd
Recipe Tid -Bits
ESD On-Line:
http://www.esd561.org
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INGREDIENTS
1 to 2 teaspoons chili powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
(about 1 1/4 lb.)
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 can (15oz) Progresso black
beans, drained, rinsed
1 can (11oz) Green Giant SteamCrisp
Mexicorn whole kernel corn with red
and green petters, undrained
1/3 cup Old El Paso Thick’n Chunky
salsa
2 cups hot cooked rice
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BURDICK’S
SEWING AND VACUUM
Spicy
Skillet Chicken
Authorized Dealer
Royal
Husqvarna Vicking
Dirt Devil
Huskystar
Panasonic
Elna
Eureka Sanitare
White
Miele
We Sell The Best and Service The Rest
Family owned and operated
278 3rd Ave
Chula Vista, CA 91910
STEP 1
In small bowl, mix chili powder, salt and
pepper; sprinkle evenly over both sides of
chicken breasts.
STEP 2
In 10-inch nonstick skillet, heat oil over
medium heat. Add chicken; cook 8 to
10 minutes, turning once, until juice of
chicken is clear when center of thickest
part is cut (170°F).
STEP 3
Stir in beans, corn and salsa. Heat to boiling. Reduce heat. Cover and simmer 3 to 5
minutes or until vegetables are hot. Serve
with rice.
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Mike Zdravkovic, PM
Nathanial Torres, PM
Abel Parra, PM
Robert Voss
John Armstrong
Tim Ovies
Cory Brown
Lito Mabini
President
Vice President
Treasurer
Secretary
Director
Director
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Trestleboard
KEITH A. VANCE
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
PH: 619-427-7774
FAX: 619-427-7878
215 Church Avenue
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Lodge Officers
(619) 589-0124
(619) 474-2243
Inspector, 921st Masonic District: Worshipful William Stokes, PM
East San Diego No. 561
7849 Tommy Drive
San Diego, CA 92119-1759
Junior Deacon
Marshal
Sr. Steward
Jr. Steward
Organist
Tiler
Officer’s Coach
(619) 426-5552
(619) 995-5891
(619) 773-5329
(619) 701-7377
(619) 303-2220
(619) 253-0639
(619) 263-8311
(619) 589-7711
(619) 261-8763
(619) 479-5653
(619) 512-6898
Non-Profit Organization
U.S. Postage
PAID
El Cajon, California
Permit No. 240
Master
Senior Warden
Junior Warden
Treasurer
Secretary
Chaplain
RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED
Mike Zdravkovic, PM (Debra)
Nathanial Torres, PM
Oscar Merto (Lennie)
Wil Hays, PM (Norma)
John Armstrong
Salvador Arellano
Porfirio Cajusay (Araceili)
Eric Argo
Jose De Vera (Salvacion)
Jun Fernandez (Asuncion)
Patrick Daza
None
Robert Voss (Janet)
Abel Parra, PM (Hermelina)
From the Master :
EVENTS Calendar
Brethren and Ladies:
THE VERY LAST HAPPY LAZY HOT
DAYS OF SUMMER!!!
By the time you receive this e-mail, the
following events will have taken place:
Brother Jun Fernandez will have received his Mason of the
Year award. It was en excellent evening for our Brother Jun.
He was accompanied by a number of his family, including
Brother Ray Fernandez, his son and masonic brother . A
number of members from our Lodge were also present.
I was unable to attend due to my daughter’s wedding out
of town. As usual the Grand Master presented the awards,
and a photograph as testimony of the event will be posted
in the next issue of the trestle board.
Labor Day was celebrated on Monday, September 7, 2015.
Here is wishing everyone a belated Happy Labor’s Day,
with the hope that each one of you labored happily last
Monday.
The baseball game that all masons were
waiting for, finally came on Tuesday
evening the 8th of September. It was
a good game, but I can’t tell you the
score because as of this writing, it has
not yet happened.
According to the schedule dated April,
2015, there will be no Officers School of Instruction for the
month of September. If there are any changes, all officers
and interested brothers will be notified in ample time.
The next Masonic Hall Association meeting will be held
on on Monday September 21, 2015. Any changes will be
noted with ample time.
Our next Stated Meeting will be on September 10th, the
2nd Thursday of the month. Due to the anticipated warm
weather, dress will be casual or coat and tie as you may
prefer, but please no flip-flops, backyard tennis shoes,
sleeveless shirts or shorts. The schedule for the month will
be announced at the Stated Meeting.
If all goes well, we will have three candidates to confer the
2º commencing on the latter part of this month or the first
part of next.
If you know of any brethren of this lodge or their ladies
that are sick, indisposed, or in need of assistance, please
notify our Secretary, myself or our Sr. Warden.
God Bless!
Mike Zdravkovic P.M.
Master
September 07 - Labor Day
10 - Stated Meeting Dinner [6:15pm Start]
2015
10 - Stated Meeting [7:30pm Start]
11 - Patriot Day
23 - FALL Begins
Donald Burdick
Ahmed Hluz
Bobby Colbert
William Levy
Nemesio DeOcampo
Joselito Mabini
Darwin Fernandez
Brian Roppe
Jonathan Flint
Ernest Vallas
Nick Vigil Jr.
Dreaming about the COOL
days of FALL!
October
2015
08 - Stated Meeting Dinner [6:15pm Start]
08 - Stated Meeting [7:30pm Start]
MENU - CHEF’S CHOICE
September 2015 Issue
*SEE “http://esd561.org/monthly_calendar_events.html” for complete listing of MONTHLY EVENTS!
East San Diego Masonic Lodge
No. 561, F&AM
(In the Community of San Carlos)
MASONIC EDUCATION
7849 Tommy Drive
San Diego, CA 92119-1759
Phone: (619) 589-7272
Fax: (619) 589-7273
Email: [email protected]
M
Mike Zdravkovic, P.M. Master
(619) 426-5552
John Armstrong, Secretary
(619) 303-2220
Volume: MMXVI
MENU - CHEF’S CHOICE
Issue: 8
REMEMBER OUR SICK & DISTRESSED BRETHREN
By: WBro. Nathanial Torres, P.M., Senior Warden
Our Sincere Prayers To All
561 Lodge Brothers
For Their Quick Recovery
From Existing Health
Concerns.
If anyone wishes to contact a sick and
distress Brother, please call the Secretary
for contact information.
asonic Information: (Sectionalized Content) Compiled by Jack R. Levitt, Past Grand Master of California...
(Continued...) Masonic Culture: The brethren should proudly discourse on Freemasonry’s mission as an
instrument of friendship, benevolence and compassion toward others; as a model for man’s plans, purposes, hopes
and striving to be better; and as a platform to strengthen and express a belief and devotion to God. Such are the tenets of
brotherly love, relief and truth! The true purpose, therefore, of education is to cherish and unfold the seed of immortality
already sown within us; to develop to their fullest extent the capacities of every kind with which the God who made us
has endowed us.
WHAT CAME YOU HERE TO DO? To learn, to subdue our passions, and to improve ourselves in Masonry.
TO LEARN - Do you read Masonic periodicals and books? What have you taught your brethren and candidates?
TO SUBDUE OUR PASSIONS - Has your understanding and appreciation of our beautiful ritual enabled you
to apply its lessons in your daily life at work, at home, and at leisure? Do you exemplify the four cardinal virtues of
temperance, fortitude, prudence and justice, so that others notice behavioral changes in you?
TO IMPROVE OUR SELVES IN MASONRY - How else have you made yourselves better men? In an expression
of brotherly love or caring, how many ill brethren have you visited? Have you personally transported a non-driving or
inactive brother to Lodge? Have you contributed to Masonic and community charities? How have you demonstrated that
you are a good neighbor and a good citizen? How have you shown reverence for God? Does spirituality enter your everyday life?
What shall we do? This exclamation by the triad of Fellow Crafts exemplifies the importance of fraternal caring and
concern, and it promotes dependence upon one another in collective effort. But, as conversation proceeds, they remind
us that ultimately we are accountable for our actions and must report to a higher authority. “Agreed!” The degree then
teaches us the importance of independent thought and action. “Hold! Before we return and report, let us separate,”
ostensibly for individual experiences. But “let us keep within hailing distance.” That is, within the same context, so we
may once again “meet and consult should any important discovery be made.” (...To Be Continued)
This is a “NO MYTHS ALLOWED” section (FORUM). The topics covered in this forum are to facilitate a better understanding of the history,
obligations and responsibilities of and for every Master Mason. If there’s a Masonic Educational message you believe serves this intent, please
submit the information, in writing, to the ESD Trestleboard for listing consideration.
From the Master :
EVENTS Calendar
Brethren and Ladies:
THE VERY LAST HAPPY LAZY HOT
DAYS OF SUMMER!!!
By the time you receive this e-mail, the
following events will have taken place:
Brother Jun Fernandez will have received his Mason of the
Year award. It was en excellent evening for our Brother Jun.
He was accompanied by a number of his family, including
Brother Ray Fernandez, his son and masonic brother . A
number of members from our Lodge were also present.
I was unable to attend due to my daughter’s wedding out
of town. As usual the Grand Master presented the awards,
and a photograph as testimony of the event will be posted
in the next issue of the trestle board.
Labor Day was celebrated on Monday, September 7, 2015.
Here is wishing everyone a belated Happy Labor’s Day,
with the hope that each one of you labored happily last
Monday.
The baseball game that all masons were
waiting for, finally came on Tuesday
evening the 8th of September. It was
a good game, but I can’t tell you the
score because as of this writing, it has
not yet happened.
According to the schedule dated April,
2015, there will be no Officers School of Instruction for the
month of September. If there are any changes, all officers
and interested brothers will be notified in ample time.
The next Masonic Hall Association meeting will be held
on on Monday September 21, 2015. Any changes will be
noted with ample time.
Our next Stated Meeting will be on September 10th, the
2nd Thursday of the month. Due to the anticipated warm
weather, dress will be casual or coat and tie as you may
prefer, but please no flip-flops, backyard tennis shoes,
sleeveless shirts or shorts. The schedule for the month will
be announced at the Stated Meeting.
If all goes well, we will have three candidates to confer the
2º commencing on the latter part of this month or the first
part of next.
If you know of any brethren of this lodge or their ladies
that are sick, indisposed, or in need of assistance, please
notify our Secretary, myself or our Sr. Warden.
God Bless!
Mike Zdravkovic P.M.
Master
September 07 - Labor Day
10 - Stated Meeting Dinner [6:15pm Start]
2015
10 - Stated Meeting [7:30pm Start]
11 - Patriot Day
23 - FALL Begins
Donald Burdick
Ahmed Hluz
Bobby Colbert
William Levy
Nemesio DeOcampo
Joselito Mabini
Darwin Fernandez
Brian Roppe
Jonathan Flint
Ernest Vallas
Nick Vigil Jr.
Dreaming about the COOL
days of FALL!
October
2015
08 - Stated Meeting Dinner [6:15pm Start]
08 - Stated Meeting [7:30pm Start]
MENU - CHEF’S CHOICE
September 2015 Issue
*SEE “http://esd561.org/monthly_calendar_events.html” for complete listing of MONTHLY EVENTS!
East San Diego Masonic Lodge
No. 561, F&AM
(In the Community of San Carlos)
MASONIC EDUCATION
7849 Tommy Drive
San Diego, CA 92119-1759
Phone: (619) 589-7272
Fax: (619) 589-7273
Email: [email protected]
M
Mike Zdravkovic, P.M. Master
(619) 426-5552
John Armstrong, Secretary
(619) 303-2220
Volume: MMXVI
MENU - CHEF’S CHOICE
Issue: 8
REMEMBER OUR SICK & DISTRESSED BRETHREN
By: WBro. Nathanial Torres, P.M., Senior Warden
Our Sincere Prayers To All
561 Lodge Brothers
For Their Quick Recovery
From Existing Health
Concerns.
If anyone wishes to contact a sick and
distress Brother, please call the Secretary
for contact information.
asonic Information: (Sectionalized Content) Compiled by Jack R. Levitt, Past Grand Master of California...
(Continued...) Masonic Culture: The brethren should proudly discourse on Freemasonry’s mission as an
instrument of friendship, benevolence and compassion toward others; as a model for man’s plans, purposes, hopes
and striving to be better; and as a platform to strengthen and express a belief and devotion to God. Such are the tenets of
brotherly love, relief and truth! The true purpose, therefore, of education is to cherish and unfold the seed of immortality
already sown within us; to develop to their fullest extent the capacities of every kind with which the God who made us
has endowed us.
WHAT CAME YOU HERE TO DO? To learn, to subdue our passions, and to improve ourselves in Masonry.
TO LEARN - Do you read Masonic periodicals and books? What have you taught your brethren and candidates?
TO SUBDUE OUR PASSIONS - Has your understanding and appreciation of our beautiful ritual enabled you
to apply its lessons in your daily life at work, at home, and at leisure? Do you exemplify the four cardinal virtues of
temperance, fortitude, prudence and justice, so that others notice behavioral changes in you?
TO IMPROVE OUR SELVES IN MASONRY - How else have you made yourselves better men? In an expression
of brotherly love or caring, how many ill brethren have you visited? Have you personally transported a non-driving or
inactive brother to Lodge? Have you contributed to Masonic and community charities? How have you demonstrated that
you are a good neighbor and a good citizen? How have you shown reverence for God? Does spirituality enter your everyday life?
What shall we do? This exclamation by the triad of Fellow Crafts exemplifies the importance of fraternal caring and
concern, and it promotes dependence upon one another in collective effort. But, as conversation proceeds, they remind
us that ultimately we are accountable for our actions and must report to a higher authority. “Agreed!” The degree then
teaches us the importance of independent thought and action. “Hold! Before we return and report, let us separate,”
ostensibly for individual experiences. But “let us keep within hailing distance.” That is, within the same context, so we
may once again “meet and consult should any important discovery be made.” (...To Be Continued)
This is a “NO MYTHS ALLOWED” section (FORUM). The topics covered in this forum are to facilitate a better understanding of the history,
obligations and responsibilities of and for every Master Mason. If there’s a Masonic Educational message you believe serves this intent, please
submit the information, in writing, to the ESD Trestleboard for listing consideration.
Recipe Tid -Bits
ESD On-Line:
http://www.esd561.org
SUPPORT our lodge boosters
INGREDIENTS
1 to 2 teaspoons chili powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
(about 1 1/4 lb.)
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 can (15oz) Progresso black
beans, drained, rinsed
1 can (11oz) Green Giant SteamCrisp
Mexicorn whole kernel corn with red
and green petters, undrained
1/3 cup Old El Paso Thick’n Chunky
salsa
2 cups hot cooked rice
Just call (619) 589-7272 to reach 200+ new monthly readers!
BURDICK’S
SEWING AND VACUUM
Spicy
Skillet Chicken
Authorized Dealer
Royal
Husqvarna Vicking
Dirt Devil
Huskystar
Panasonic
Elna
Eureka Sanitare
White
Miele
We Sell The Best and Service The Rest
Family owned and operated
278 3rd Ave
Chula Vista, CA 91910
STEP 1
In small bowl, mix chili powder, salt and
pepper; sprinkle evenly over both sides of
chicken breasts.
STEP 2
In 10-inch nonstick skillet, heat oil over
medium heat. Add chicken; cook 8 to
10 minutes, turning once, until juice of
chicken is clear when center of thickest
part is cut (170°F).
STEP 3
Stir in beans, corn and salsa. Heat to boiling. Reduce heat. Cover and simmer 3 to 5
minutes or until vegetables are hot. Serve
with rice.
(619) 422-5325
PHOTOGR
PHOTOGRA
APPHY
HY
BY: J.E.A.
Births
Graduations
Bar Mitzvahs
Weddings
Family Events
&
s
t
n
e
Mom
s©
e
i
r
o
m
Me
(619) 303-2220
ESD #561
Masonic Hall Association
Meets on...
- September 21 @ 7:00 pm Building Manager
Tim Ovies, (619) 589-7212
Mike Zdravkovic, PM
Nathanial Torres, PM
Abel Parra, PM
Robert Voss
John Armstrong
Tim Ovies
Cory Brown
Lito Mabini
President
Vice President
Treasurer
Secretary
Director
Director
Director
Director
(619) 426-5552
(619) 995-5891
(619) 474-2243
(619) 589-0124
(619) 303-2220
(619) 253-9141
(757) 343-5718
(858) 451-9221
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Trestleboard
KEITH A. VANCE
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
PH: 619-427-7774
FAX: 619-427-7878
215 Church Avenue
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Lodge Officers
(619) 589-0124
(619) 474-2243
Inspector, 921st Masonic District: Worshipful William Stokes, PM
East San Diego No. 561
7849 Tommy Drive
San Diego, CA 92119-1759
Junior Deacon
Marshal
Sr. Steward
Jr. Steward
Organist
Tiler
Officer’s Coach
(619) 426-5552
(619) 995-5891
(619) 773-5329
(619) 701-7377
(619) 303-2220
(619) 253-0639
(619) 263-8311
(619) 589-7711
(619) 261-8763
(619) 479-5653
(619) 512-6898
Non-Profit Organization
U.S. Postage
PAID
El Cajon, California
Permit No. 240
Master
Senior Warden
Junior Warden
Treasurer
Secretary
Chaplain
RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED
Mike Zdravkovic, PM (Debra)
Nathanial Torres, PM
Oscar Merto (Lennie)
Wil Hays, PM (Norma)
John Armstrong
Salvador Arellano
Porfirio Cajusay (Araceili)
Eric Argo
Jose De Vera (Salvacion)
Jun Fernandez (Asuncion)
Patrick Daza
None
Robert Voss (Janet)
Abel Parra, PM (Hermelina)

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