Masonic Lodge Charlotte NC – Feb 2019

From the West

Greetings from the West.

I sincerely hope that this note finds you in good health and good spirits for the new year of 2019.

We have had a great start to the new year in your lodge. We installed a new slate of officers. and had an Entered Apprentice degree that went well.

Our weekly practice at 7pm Tuesdays has had to keep up with the rapid pace of the year. With an EA degree last week and preparation for the DDGL and DDGM’s upcoming visit next week it has challenged us. We hope to have a good showing at our stated meeting to welcome our distin-guished guests from our 32nd District.

I would like to extend an invitation to join us for a good meal and fellowship at our stated meeting on the 12th. It is sure to be an opportunity to visit with some brothers who have not seen you in a while since you have been traveling.

I look forward to seeing you next week.

Chris Lueck, SW

From the South

Greetings from the South!

It’s already the second month of the year! Again, I want to thank everyone for having the confidence and trust to elect me as Junior Warden. It is a real honor to have the opportunity to serve the craft. I hope to live up to your expectations and hope to help the Worshipful Master and Senior Warden and everybody in the craft take our lodge to the next level.

If anyone have any ideas or input on how we can make our lodge better please feel free to let me or us know, I want to help ensure that most of us in the craft steers the positive direction of our lodge and our Fraternity..

As always I look forward to seeing everyone at lodge our next stated communication!


Jeffrey Ordonio, JW

From the Secretary


Phalanx Lodge has been rather busy, getting officers acclimated to their new stations and places, as well as preparing for last week’s Entered Apprentice Degree. We had a good crowd attend that degree, and your officers were all quite proficient in their ritual roles. With that said, the practice will continue now preparing for our newly initiated Brother’s Fellowcraft Degree, as well as preparing for our charge of portions of the Secretary

Master Mason Degree at the upcoming School of Instruction.

Please join us on practice Tuesdays if within the length of your cable tow. Fellowship opportunities with Brothers extends well beyond our usual Stated Communications.


Mike Hamrick, PM