Corinthian Lodge #573 F.&A.M.
Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center
I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every person who attended the Past Masters night for making it the incredible success that it was. Without the wonderful members of this lodge there is no way that the officers could have pulled it off. This goes for the floor officers who helped out during the meeting, all of the brethren who brought their friends with them, and of course the Past Masters themselves who have guided and supported Roland, Mike, and myself throughout this year. I know that I have said this before, but without all of you, this lodge would not be what it is. Thank you.
There is no way that this month's stated meeting can top last month's, but we are sure going to give it a shot. This month we are going to have an extremely interesting presentation after the meeting. A handwriting expert will give a presentation on how to read into people by analyzing their handwriting. He then will read a sample of your handwriting, and tell you a little about yourself, if you so desire. Having seen this man in action, I know it will be an extremely interesting and fun time for all.
It is almost that time of year when new officers are elected and appointed. We are always in need of good reliable men to help out on the floor in a variety of capacities. Anyone interested in becoming a floor officer should speak with one of the elected officers and we will give you the information that you need. And even if you cannot commit yourself for an entire year, it is always good to have backup officers in case the regular officers and absent. So anyone interested in learning any of the floor work, please let us know.
"Kindly words do not enter so deeply into men as a reputation for kindness."
Mencius, 372-289 B.C.
Many people always have something nice to say, and always say that they are available to help. But actions speak louder than words. Say nice words, but also do nice deeds. And instead of always saying that you will help out others, get out there and do it.
Sincerely and Fraternally,
William E. Dorner