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Unbelievably the summer months are coming to an end. I hope all of you enjoyed the time with your family and friends. It was a very busy time for most of us, and now I would like to redirect our attention back to our Lodge.

I am extending an invitation to you to join us for some of the events that we have planned for you. The day you joined this fraternity, I think you realized that you had just become a member of the World's Greatest Fraternal Organization. Whether the day you joined was last month, or in the past several decades, the organization still exists because people like you have given their time and ideas to make the Lodge what it is today.

Our Stated Meeting will be held Friday September 11, 1998. Dinner will be served before the meeting at 6:45 p.m., with the business meeting following at 7:45 p.m. We encourage you to attend this meeting, and please contact some of your Masonic friends and bring them along. I am positive there are some of your "Old friends" out there who would welcome your call, and be willing to spend some "Quality time" with you again, just like the good old days.

This year is the 110th anniversary of Corinthian Lodge, and we are asking for at least 110 members to attend Past Master's Night on October 9, 1998. Not only is this a realistic number for attendance that night, but it can be for EVERY NIGHT. Just call some of your friends and have them meet you for any Stated meeting, or any other event for that matter. Out of the 700 members we currently have, I personally have met about 100 of you. I would love to meet the other 600, share a dinner, and cavort about days gone by.

Please don't forget about the Neil W. Stevens Stag picnic that is scheduled for Sunday September 13, 1998 at 2:00 p.m. at Mill grove in North Park (Just behind the Administration Building). I have some reservations that have been mailed to me. If you haven't sent yours, please do so today, or give them to me at the Stated Meeting. This would also be a fantastic opportunity for you to contact one of your lost Masonic friends, and have him meet us there for a guaranteed good time.

Just remember this; Your Masonic profession is being guided by you who are at the wheel. If you drive yourself and a friend toward the Lodge, you will be steering in the right direction to bring you happiness and long-lasting friendships. This, in turn, will provide more links in that chain made in life for eternity...

Your Senior Warden,


September 1998