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Ashlar Lodge
October 2015
Ashlar Lodge
Stated Communications
No. 98
Free & Accepted Masons
13th Masonic District
1st & 3rd Thursdays
7:30 P.M.
——————
Degree Work / Practices
2nd & 4th Thursdays
Chartered January 18, 1888
7:30 P.M. / 6:30 P.M.
REETINGS FROM THE EAST
Brethren, first off, let me thank each of
you that attended the Grand Masters Dinner in Palatka last month. The 13th masonic District had an incredible turnout and it was duly noted by Grand
Lodge. I am excited that Pineland
Lodge will be traveling to see us for
our first stated communication. We
are going to be issuing out parking
passes from October 1st till the end
of the year, and you shall get with
Oscar Patterson or Worshipful Jim
Davis for issuance. Your first pass is
free any additional will be a dollar
each. Please take only what you will need,
and we will be keeping a log book. As my
year in the East is winding down, I am
allowing the other elected and appointed
officers to advance their duties and responsibilities for a proper pass down and
smoother transition. That being said, Election nominations are due no later than the
1st meeting in December. If you plan on
nominating someone, please ask them if
they have already been nominated first, as
multiple nominations are not necessary.
The Nominations Committee will be Worshipful Jim Davis, Br. Oscar Patterson,
and Myself. This new change has been
covered in Lodge and will be covered
again before December. I also want to
again congratulate Br. Oscar Patterson for
his achievement of 13th Masonic
District Mason of the Year. He exemplifies the Craft and I am honored to be in the East every time I
look South and see his face looking
back at me. During the 450th our
Parking lot raised over $2400.00for
our Masonic Youth Organizations,
and Child I.D. Program. Thank you
Worshipful Chauncey for stewarding that evolution, and Worshipful
Jim for keeping the rest of the V.I.Ps out
of trouble (as usual). The Outdoor Degree
has been postponed till January, but expect
a Family Night for November. In closing, I
hope you all are enjoying the new Lodge
appearance inside and out, and I am not
taking any breaks from continuing further
progress…until next year.
Lodge Phone: (904)826-4086
C OMMI T EES
FINANCE
MASONIC
EDUCATION
CHARITY
SCHOLARSHIP
VIGILANCE
Rick Bailey
Bob Harry, PGM
R. Suart, PDDGM
David Pierucci
B. Gagnon, P.M.
Stephen Hohman
B. Gagnon, P.M.
Rick Bailey
Oscar Patterson
Garret Wolfe, P.M.
James Davis, P.M.
David Braddock, PM
James Davis, PM
PETITIONS Oscar Patterson
David Pierucci
Rick Bailey
LODGE
PROPERTY Troy Usina, PDDGM
James Davis, P.M.
BOARD OF Chris Cannan, WM
RELIEF Rick Bailey
Fraternally,
RAINBOW B. Gagnon, PM
BOARD Garret Wolfe, PM
Brother Christopher Cannan, W:.M:.
COMMITTEE
450
ROM THE CHAPLAIN...
My Brothers,
In our E.A. degree we were exposed to that theological ladder which JACOB, in his vision, saw extending from earth to
heaven; the three principal rounds of which are denominated
FAITH, HOPE, and CHARITY. We were taught that the
greatest of these is charity because charity extends beyond the
grave, through the boundless realms of eternity.
B. Gagnon, PM
Oscar Patterson
James Davis, PM
Oscar Patterson
Oscar Patterson
Dave Pierrucci
Bo Bozard
Oscar Patterson
Moe Rebostini
Danny Solana
Jerod Meeks
Danny Solana
Oscar Patterson
Chris Cannan, WM
T. Usina, PDDGM
Wade Taylor, PM
Oscar Patterson
D. Wilkes,PDDGM
Chris Cannan, WM
James Davis, PM
Moe Rebostini
“Be courteous to all, but intimate with few, and let those
few be well tried before you give them your confidence.”
Br. George Washington
AS H L AR LO D GE O F F IC E R S 2 014
 Worshipful Master:
Chris Cannan
347-3037
 Senior Warden:
James “Rick” Bailey
Charity is the brightest gem that can adorn our Masonic profession. Happy is the man who has sowed in his breast the
seeds of benevolence, the produce thereof is love and peace:
he does not envy his neighbor; he does not listen to gossip,
when reported by slander; revenge or malice has no place in
his breast; he forgives the injuries of men, and endeavors to
blot them from his recollection. The objects of true charity
among Masons are, merit and virtue in distress; persons who
are incapable of extracting themselves from misfortunes in
their journey through life; industrious men, who, from inevitable accidents and acts of Providence, have fallen into ruin;
widows, who are left survivors of their husbands, by whose
labors they subsisted; orphans in tender years, left naked to
the world; and the aged, whose spirits are exhausted, whose
arms are rendered unable to procure for themselves the sustenance that they could in their youthful days. This is Charity,
the Keystone to our mystic fabric.
 Junior Warden:
Oscar Patterson
280-1067
 Secretary:
David Pierucci
460-9477
This is the first installment of two parts examining the esoteric side of charity.
 Tyler:
In The Bonds of Friendship,
Jim Davis, P:.M:.
 Treasurer:
 Chaplain:
 Senior Deacon:
(386)283-0108
Bob Gagnon, P.M.
501-7446
James Davis, P.M.
392-4565
Bo Bozard
501-4370
 Junior Deacon:
Matthew Sweeney
 Senior Steward:
Ken Shaffner
 Junior Steward:
Stephen Hohman
 Marshall:
Robert Wilson
(386)793-8725
Ron DeRoco
599-1584
806-0571
(386)864-9162
679-2994
 Lodge Instructor: Bob Harry, M.W.P.G.M.
461-0171
 Musician:
797-8710
Ted Cassford, P.M.
 Bob Adair Mentor Program: James Davis, P.M.
392-4565
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Chartered
January 18, 1888
October 2015
CHARITY OF THE
MONTH:
First Coast Aerospace
Education Foundation
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
1
4
5
6
OES
11
12
13
14
Shrine Club
6:30 pm
18
19
OES
Lake No. 72
7pm-9pm
Crescent City—1st & 3rd Mondays
Peniel—1st & 3rd Thursdays
Melrose No 89
Keystone Heights—2nd & 4th Tuesdays
25
21
20
Palatka—2nd & 4th Mondays
Pineland No. 86
9
10
16
17
22
23
24
26
York Rite
Council
(Even Months)
6—8pm
Dinner 6:30pm
Meeting 7:30pm
York Rite
Commandry
6:30—8 pm
29
30
31
Stated
Communication
6:30—8:30 pm
Rainbow Board
6:30 pm
OPEN BOOKS
(Orange Park)
York Rite
Chapter
27
Rusty Nail
Degree
(Pineland)
6:30 pm
15
OPEN BOOKS
(Pineland)
6:00—9:00 pm
OTHER 13th MASONIC
DISTRIC LODGES
Palatka No. 34
3
7
8
Rainbow Board
Dist. Instruction
(Hastings)
7:00 pm
7pm-9pm
Sat
2
MM Proficiency
5:00 pm
Stated
Communication
6:30pm– 8:30 pm
NOTES
Fri
6:00—9:00 pm
28
Dist. Meeting
(Melrose)
7:00 pm
Middleburg No. 107
Middleburg—1st & 3rd Tuesdays
FRATERNAL NOTICES AND DATES
Cabul No. 116
Green Cove Springs—1st Mondays
Hastings No. 183
Hastings—2nd & 4th Tuesdays
Remember Our Masonic Home In
Your Will
O.E.S. Chapter #12...……..…..1st & 3rd Mondays
Rainbow Assembly #42…...1st & 3rd Wednesdays
York Rite Bodies……..……...3rd Tues & 4th Mon
Let Your Pennies Make Good Sense!
St. Augustine Shrine Club….….…...2nd Tuesdays

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