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Will Your Lodge Be Ready?
March & April District Meetings
Bobby Danner D.D.G.M. - 29
With the change in our Constitution allowing 18 year olds to now join our Fraternity, one question faces our Lodges today. Will your Lodge be ready for this newer generation? Our Masonic principles will more than pass the test, but our lodges will be faced with the challenge of providing programs and activities to involve this younger generation. As younger men knock upon our doors of admission, we
need to ask them what it is they are seeking, and find ways to keep these younger men active once they come into our lodges. We as Masons now have a great opportunity to be an important part in a young man’s life. With opportunity comes responsibility. And our responsibility as a Lodge is to make sure that we are ready.
Silas Whitehead D.D.G.M. - 30
March 28 - District 29/30 Bobby Danner D.D.G.M. 29 Silas Whitehead D.D.G.M. 30 The annual meeting of District 29 & 30 will be combined and held on Saturday, March 28, 2009 at Perry Co. Central High School, Hazard, Kentucky. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. (est) for Master Masons and their ladies. Meeting to follow at 1:00 p.m. Brother Gerald Slone will perform a magic show for the ladies & children. Directions: North; turn right onto ramp from KY 15, turn right onto KY 550 (Old KY 80), School is across bridge. South; turn right off KY 15, travel through Perry Co. Park to School.
Gary N. Fleming D.D.G.M. - 25
Luther Muncy D.D.G.M. - 26
March 28 - District 25/26 Gary N. Fleming D.D.G.M. 25 Luther Muncy D.D.G.M. 26 The annual meeting of District 25 & 26 will be combined and held on Saturday, March 28, 2009 at North Laurel High School, 1300 E. Daniel Boone Parkway. Dinner will be served at 5:00 p.m. for Master Masons only. Meeting to follow at 7:00 p.m. Directions: Traveling South on 75, take exit 41, turn left, go 5 red lights on Hal Rogers/Daniel Boone Parkway, turn left arriving at school. Traveling North on 75, take exit 41, turn right, go 4 red lights, school is on your left. Traveling from Hazard/Hyden/Manchester, when you get to London, continueon Hal Rodgers Parkway, go to 2 red light and school is on your right.
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Barker Lodge No. 129 – Christmas Party
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On December 20, 2008, Barker Lodge No. 129 Lodge held its annual Christmas Party for the children of West Point. Seventy children, along with thirty adults enjoyed fruit, hotdog's, and a special visit from Santa who brought each child a toy. One of our most senior kids (85-years young) John Jolley, Sr., is pictured explaining to Santa the size of the fish he hopes to catch with the fishing pole that Santa will bring.
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE...
District Meetings 1-2 Grand Secretary Notes 3 2009 Officers 4, 5, 6, 9, 16 Masonic Service Awards 7 Masonic Homes 8 Lodge News & Activities 10 By-Laws / Notices 10 Eastern Star Itinerary 10 Community Outreach 11 Resolutions of Respect 12 Directory 14 - 15
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March & April District Meetings
Michael Terry D.D.G.M. - 1
Darren C. Moore D.D.G.M. - 2
April 4 - District 1 Michael Terry D.D.G.M. 1 The annual meeting of District 1 will be held on Saturday, April 4, 2009 at Bardwell Lodge No. 499, Bardwell, Kentucky. Lunch will be served at 11:00 a.m. (cst) for Master Masons only. Meeting to follow at 12:00 p.m. Directions: Lodge is located on Highway 51 south of Bardwell, on the left in front to of the fire station on Masonic Drive.
April 4 - District 2 Darren C. Moore D.D.G.M. 2 The annual meeting of District 1 will be held on Saturday, April 4, 2009 at Marshall Co. High School, Marshall, Kentucky. Dinner will be served at 4:00 p.m. (cst) for Master Masons and their ladies. Meeting to follow meal. Directions: Marshall Co. High School, 416 High School Road, Benton, Kentucky 42025.
On Friday, October 28, 2008, Corydon Lodge No. 799 celebrated its 100th Anniversary. About ninety guests were present. Dinner was served and followed by an meeting open to the public. Henderson County Sheriff Ed Brady gave a very uplifting talk on the historic changes over the last 100 years. The Lodge received a letter of congratulations from State Senator Dorsey Ridley and a Certificate of Proclamation from Henderson County Judge Sandy Watkins, proclaiming that day as Corydon Masonic Lodge No. 799 Day. The Grand Lodge Officers were given Honorary Memberships to the Lodge. Pictured, left to right, front row: John Perry, Grand Chaplain; J. Husk, Assistant Grand Tiler; Bobby Watt, Grand Tiler; Billy Taylor, Grand Senior Deacon; Jeff Walker, Master; Herman Forrester, Grand Master; Don Yankey, Grand Senior Warden; and Jack Hodges, Past Grand Master. Second row: David Skaggs, Junior Deacon; Wayne Kellen, Senior Warden; Steve McLaughlin, Senior Deacon; Jim Heisler, Junior Steward; Scott Preston, Treasurer; Don House, Chaplain; John Allee, Senior Steward; Al Cummins; Jerry Horton, Junior Warden. Also present were past and present DDGM’s; Keepers of the Works Committee and appointed dignitaries. Brother Ed Anderson of the Grand Lodge Publicity Committee was on hand to record the evening’s event in pictures. A great time was had by all!
Harry R. Kendall Lodge No. 750 Master Ritualist Award
The Masonic Lodges in Henderson, got together on February 6, 2009 and served the good linemen from in and out of our State a complete meal. They had been working for over a week trying to get power back on in Western Kentucky. Chicken Breasts, green beans, mashed potatoes, cooked apples, and rolls were served, along with cakes baked by one of our ladies, apple and cherry cobbler, and cookies. Over 120 of the people at Kenergy Corp. were served. Following the storm created by Ike, there were 200 poles down. In the aftermath of this ice storm more than 2,500 poles were down. Many of the lineman said they had served following Hurricanes and Tornados but had never seen the devastation that we have here. These people worked daylight to dark helping the people of Kentucky and this was an honor for the Masons to come together and serve them for this one night.
Grand Senior Warden, Donald H. Yankey (right) presented Brother Herb Edwards PM the prestigious Master Ritualist pin on January 13, 2009. Harry R Kendall Lodge No. 750 is used to having Grand Senior Warden Donald Yankey visit the Lodge, but on this night, he was there to pay a special tribute to Brother Herb Edwards, PM. Brother Herb was honored as the first recipient in the State of Kentucky to receive the Master Ritualist Pin. In his acceptance speech, he mentioned that when he got into Masonry, he was inspired by two “old” men who put on the degree work. “I was amazed that a 92 year old man could know so much.” He vowed at that point to be as good as they were. Brother Herb has done degree work for several lodges across the state over the years, and is recognized as the man to call if you have any questions about it. A Brother is quoted as saying, “You can follow along word for word in the Monitor, and it is truly amazing.” The Ritualist is a new program under the Grand Lodge which is designed to develop Ritualists in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. By providing a level of Excellency in the conferral of our work and opening lodges. (There are three levels of achievement, and the achievement of the award of Master Ritualist would be comparable to the prestigious Honor of being invested with the 33º Degree or KCCH.)
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JOSEPH R. CONWAY, P.G.M. Grand Secretary By the time this issue of the Masonic Home Journal is delivered the first of the District Meetings, will be upon us, with several more to follow during the remainder of the month. The line Officers along with the Treasurer and Secretary of each Lodge within the District should attend the meeting. Other Lodge members who aspire to an office in the Lodge should, also attend; for they can learn much that will be helpful to them should they succeed and become Lodge Officers. There is much to learn—both good and bad—from the experience of others and there is no sense in reinventing the wheel each year when it concerns Lodge leadership and the needs of the Fraternity. Well informed and knowledgeable Officers at the Lodge level is the most crucial element in insuring a vibrant and progressive Grand Lodge. The elected and appointed Grand Lodge Officers of any jurisdiction are only the visual examples of the combined health and strength of the Lodges within that jurisdiction. Consequently, somewhere along the line in seeking equilibrium, each Grand Lodge will reach a point of diminishing returns
where the weakest Lodges overcome the effort of the more successful Lodges, and the Fraternity as a whole suffers as the result. Therefore, each Lodge in the Grand Jurisdiction of Kentucky—each officer and certainly, each member should- no, mustmake their best efforts to insure that the Lodge of which they are a member, strives to the utmost to be on the positive side of the equation so as not to detract from the efforts of others. So make sure you are on the right team to move your Lodge forward and not one for whom some Brother has to carry part of his load. MASONIC DIRECTORY Lodge Secretaries, you should soon receive a Masonic Directory for your use. Additional Directories may be purchased from the Grand Lodge Office at cost plus mailing charges. Again this year several Lodges that failed to submit the list of Officers elected and appointed will not be listed in the Directory, and several others were late in submitting the
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Pleasure Ridge Park Lodge No. 959
B.R. Young Lodge No. 132
On December 15, 2008 Brother Allen D. Butts Sr., was installed as the Master for 2009. Brother Butts and the other officers were installed by Brother James B. Wall and Brother George Ahart. The installation was proceeded by a family dinner complete with Santa visiting. Grand Senior Warden, Don Yankey and Grand Junior Warden, Terry Bowman were also in attendance. Officers for 2009: Alan D. Butts, Jr., Senior Warden; Joseph Scriber, Junior Warden; B.J. Anderson, Treasurer; Bob Bracy, Secretary; Larry Gritton, Chaplain; John Green, Senior Deacon; Victor Bruce, Junior Deacon; Randy Angel, Sr., Senior Steward; Dave Diersing, Junior Steward; Patrick Parks, Tiler.
The Officers of B.R. Young Lodge No. 132 for 2009 were installed by C. Frye Haley Past Masters Association on December 16, 2008. Pictured, left to right, first row: Paul Amos, Junior Steward; Chester Knight, Marshal; John Teegarden, Installing Officer; Jerry Hummel, Installing Marshal; Jesse Sims, Junior Warden; Bill Gehr, Chaplain; Everett Hallisy, Secretary; Joe Barany, Treasurer; and Paul Withington, Senior Steward. Second row: Heath Seymour, Junior Deacon; Chester Knight Jr., Master; Clayton Bastian, Senior Warden; Greg Dearborn, Tiler; and Russell Healey, Senior Deacon, not pictured.
Custer Lodge No. 624
Meeting Creek Lodge No. 641
The C. Frye Haley Past Masters Association on December 27, 2008 installed the Officers for Custer Lodge for 2009. Pictured, left to right, first row: Lavon Odell, Marshal; David Katz, Senior Steward; Dale Wood, Junior Senior; and Bob Denny, Chaplain. Second row: John Lord, Senior Warden; Jessie Shaw, Senior Deacon; Gary Lake, Junior Deacon; Delbert Kasey, Treasurer; and Ronnie G. Bell, Past Grand Master. Third row: John Teegarden, Installing Officer; Stanley Rhodes, Master; and Jerry Hummel, Installing Master. Not pictured: Charles Ebel, Secretary; Roger Ewing, Junior Warden and Charles Carman, Tiler.
Meeting Creek Lodge No. 641 Officers for 2009 were installed by the C. Frye Haley Past Masters Association on December 13, 2008. Pictured, left to right, first row: Richard Riddle, Tiler; Carl Pitts, Junior Warden; Frank Ross, Chaplain; and John McCarthy, Junior Steward. Second row: Carl Goff, Marshal; Larry Olson, Senior Warden; Gerald Jones, Senior Steward; and Everett Hallisy, Secretary. Third row:Danny Goodman, Treasurer; John Teegarden, Master; Paul Sigman, Senior Deacon; and Oscar Sandfur, Junior Deacon, not pictured.
Pleasureville Lodge No. 410
On December 7, 2008, Pleasureville Lodge No. 410 held an Open Installation of Officers for 2009. Pictured, left to right:Elmer Thompson, Tiler; Bob Wolf, Junior Deacon; William Robertson, Senior Warden; Ben Spencer, Master; Charles Corolla, Junior Warden; Brad Steverson, Treasurer; Danny Enderis, Secretary; and Bill Jackson, DDGM-17.
Sievers Lodge No. 491
Sievers Lodge No. 491 held its Installation of Officers in an open meeting on January 3, 2009. Officers for 2009, left to right, front row: Lennis Rice, Treasurer; Glen Blevins, Senior Warden; Jeremy Puckett, Master; Mike Smith, Junior Warden; Dan Sanger, Secretary; and Jack Perry, Senior Steward. Second row: Joe Jasper, Installing Officer; Mike Grigsby, Senior Deacon; Randy Smith, Chaplain; Homer Davis, Junior Steward; Justin Ramsey, Junior Deacon; and John W. Johnson, DDGM #22.
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Bewleyville Lodge No. 228 F&AM held an Open Installation of Officers for 2009 on Saturday, December 13, 2008. Guests included wives, friends and Brothers not only of Bewleyville Lodge but sister Lodges of Breckenridge County. Refreshments followed and good fellowship was had by all. The Installing Master was Past Grand Master Ronnie Bell of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky. Pictured, left to right, front row: Edward Adkisson, Chaplain; Glenn Hooks, Senior Warden; Richard Myldy, Master; Randall McCoy, Junior Warden; and Thomas Stith, Junior Steward. Second row: Kim Ashley, Treasurer; Keith Horner, Tiler; Gene Upchurch, Junior Deacon; David McCoy, Secretary; Robert Triplett, Marshal; James Griffin, Senior Deacon; and Grand Past Master Ronnie Bell, Installing Master.
W. G. Simpson Lodge No. 472
On January 10, 2009 W. G. Simpson Lodge No. 472 held an annual installation of Officers. Pictured, left to right, front row: Tom Larimore, Grand Treasurer; Forrest “Frosty” Cardwell, Treasurer; Brett Brocksmith, Junior Warden; Bill Jackson, Master; Jacob Coley, Senior Warden; Gary Coley, Junior Deacon; Dallas Cohorn, Tiler; Joseph R. Conway, Grand Secretary; and Donald H. Yankee, Grand Senior Warden. Second row: Roger Barnett, Past Grand Master; Nathan Cook, Senior Deacon; William Cannon III, Senior Steward; Kermit Vermillion, Junior Steward; Sherman “Butch” Landrum, Secretary; and John Feamster, Assistant Secretary.
Zebulon Lodge No. 273 On January 3, the 2009 Officers were installed by Grand Master Herman Forrester. Front row, left to right: Josh Hinkle, Senior Warden; Chris West, Master; Rodney Lovern, Tiler; and Tilden Ellis, Secr. Second row: Keith Crum, Senior Steward; Giles Lovern, Senior Deacon; and Randy Rice, Chaplain. Third row: Kevin Web, Junior Warden; Kevin Crum, Junior Steward; Tom Hyden, Treasurer; and John Vanover, Junior Deacon.
Richmond Lodge No. 25
The Brothers of Richmond Lodge No. 25 elected and installed their Officers for 2009 at their stated communication on Tuesday, December 23, 2008. The Installing Officer was F. David Saylor assisted by Philip Seyfrit, both Past Masters of Richmond Lodge. Pictured, left to right, front row: Bruce Begley, Senior Deacon; David Jones, Senior Warden; Mark Morrow, Master; and John Wright, Junior Warden. Second row: David Aines, Tiler; Jason Storm, Senior Steward; Eugene Barnes, Chaplain; F. David Saylor, Treasurer; and Philip Seyfrit, Secretary. Not pictured: Gregory Tucker, Junior Steward; Arthur Ray, Junior Deacon; and Willard Reardon, Marshal.
Latonia Lodge No. 746
Latonia Lodge No. 746 Officers were installed on December 18. 2008 at an Open Installation with Steve Belmont as the Installing Officer. Pictured, left to right, front row: Charles Yocom, Master. Second row: Roy McVay, Installing Marshal; Chris Oaks, Senior Deacon; Tom Roundtree, Senior Warden; Lee Onkst, Junior Steward; Steve Belmont, Chaplain; Al Brock, Tiler; and George McCain, Junior Warden. Third row: Brian Bode, Treasurer; Phillip Saylor, Senior Steward; Robert Cooper, Assistant Secretary; and Vern Gregory, Secretary. Not pictured: John Furnier, Junior Deacon.
Central Lodge No. 673
On Monday January 12, 2009, Ronnie Beck was installed as Master of Central Lodge No. 673 in Central City Kentucky. Front row, left to right: Bennie Stollings, Treasurer; Mack Scott, Junior Warden; Ronnie Beck, Master; James Blankenship, Senior Warden; Keith Tabb, Secretary; and Jerry Beck, Chaplain Back row: Alan Knight, Tiler; Camron Laycock, Junior Deacon; Bradley Tabb, Senior Deacon; Walter Harper, Installing Marshal; and Roger Barnett, PGM, Installing Master. Brother Beck would like to thank everyone for coming out on this evening and making this a memorable evening for Central Lodge No. 673
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Suburban Lodge No. 740
Suburban Lodge No. 740 held their Installation of Officers Friday, January 2, 2009. Pictured , front row, from left to right: John Perry, Grand Chaplain; Clinton Carrier, Junior Warden; Herman Forrester, Grand Master; Mark Galloway, Master; Don Yankey, Grand Senior Warden; Steve Tollefson, Senior Warden; Cecil Cassady, Grand Junior Deacon. Second row: Darrell R. Vires, Grand Marshal; Terry L. Bowman, Grand Junior Warden; Bobby Watts, Grand Tiler; Jack Riddle, Junior Deacon. Third row: Jack Flamm, Chaplain; Pat Boone, Senior Steward; Jon Elbert, Tiler; Jonathan Treadway, Senior Deacon; Mike Shuffit, Tiler; Dave Short, Junior Steward. A delicious meal of ham and all the fixins was provided by Southern Star Social Club. The meal was served by the young ladies of Lorraine Assembly and the young men of Cherokee DeMolay.
Pitman Lodge No. 124
Doric Lodge No. 737
On January 16, 2009 at Sharpe, Kentucky, there was a lot of excitement in the air. Grand Master Herman Forrester and his Grand Lodge Officers arrived at Doric Lodge No. 737 to install James Peeler (center) as Master and his Officers at an open installation. Others in attendance were Past Grand Masters, Committeemen, District Deputies, Masonic Homes Ambassadors, Representatives, and Members of the Board of Directors. Some attending had driven over 400 miles to be there. There was barely enough room to bring the Officers west of the altar for installation. Before the Installation, there was a wonderful meal prepared by the members and their wives. Wonderful food, lots of fun, and great fellowship was had by all. Master James Peeler stressed the importance of working together and what a lodge can accomplish when they set out to do a job. The entire Lodge wants to thank the Grand Lodge Officers for coming and making the installation a very memorable one.
Monticello Lodge No. 431
Pitman Lodge No. 124 recently held their Installation of Officers for 2009. Newly installed: Chris Kidwell, Master; Neil Harmon, Senior Warden; Steve Russell, Junior Warden; Kenneth Adams, Secretary; Frank Kidwell, Treasurer; David Cowherd, Senior Deacon; Terry Hayes, Junior Deacon; Greg Williams, Senior Steward; Roscoe Bowen, Junior Steward; Bobby Baker, Marshal; Gary Hunt, Tiler; Howard Asa, Chaplain; Bill Phillips standing in as Chaplain; Jackie Davidson, Newly Raised Brother; Joseph R. Conway, Grand Secretary and Installing Officer.
Buford Lodge No. 494
Monticello Lodge No. 431 Officers for 2009 were recently installed by Most Worshipful Grand Master Herman Forrester in an open ceremony. Front row left to right: Grand Chaplain John R. Perry; Grand Senior Deacon Billy Michael Taylor; Grand Senior Warden Donald Yankey; D J Hewing, Senior Warden; Kenny Criswell, Master; Robbie May, Junior Warden; Grand Master Herman Forrester; Rev. Thomas Dicken, Past Grand Master, Chairman Grand Lodge Religious Relations; and Bobby Watts Grand Tiler. Back row: Jeremy Massengale, Secretary; Keith Gifford, Senior Deacon; Bob Gregory, Tiler; Ed Harrison, Treasurer; Bob Childers, Chaplain; David Piercy, Junior Steward; Sam Shelton, Senior Steward; Jim Blevins, Marshall; David Tucker, Junior Deacon; John W. Johnson, DDGM #22; and Gary Fleming, DDGM Dist. #26. photo by Donnie Brake
The newly elected and appointed Officers for Buford Lodge No. 494 F&A M. Midway, Kentucky for 2009 are: Front row, left to right: Doyle Rambo, Installing Officer; Robert Russell Tutty, Senior Deacon; Nathan Craig, Senior Warden; Ray Duncan, Master; Neil Craig, Junior Warden; and Herman Pittman, Junior Steward. Back row: Larry Wilson, Treasurer; Joe Brown III, Tiler; David Jefferson, Junior Deacon; Troy Ballard, Installing Marshal; Art Craig, Chaplain; Charles Beagle, Secretary; and Billy McDaniel, Senior Steward. Photo by Ron Durbin
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Scott Lodge No. 702 Service Pin Awards
Devotion Lodge No. 676 Service Pin Awards Brother Jack Chandler, member of Hazard No. 676 received his 50 Year Service Award Pin during complimentary work at Devotion Lodge 160’s Past Master Dinner on September 26, 2008. Presenting Brother Jack (center) his pin are Robert W. Davenport, PGM, and Joseph R. Conway, Grand Secretary of Kentucky.
Master David Higgs (right) of Scott Lodge No. 702 presented Brothers R.C. Lynn (left) and Leo Kettering (center) with their 50 Year Service Pins during a ceremony held at Stamping Ground Christian Church just prior to Sunday morning services.
Thomas C. Cecil Lodge No. 375 Service Pin Awards On December 27, 2009 at the Open Installation of Officers at Thomas C. Cecil Lodge No. 375, Brother Eddie D. Overstreet (far right) presented Brother Palmer Salisdury (left), and Brother Doug Hall (center) their 50Year Service Pins, Brother Alvin Newsom (right) with his 60 Year Service Pin. Thomas C. Cecil Lodge thanks these Brothers for their many years of service to the Craft.
Billy H. Adams was also presented his 50 Year Service Pin. Pictured, Billy H. Adams, sitting, from left to right: Billy’s daughter, Nancy Richardson; Brother Bill Adams (Billy’s son), Robert W. Davenport, PGM, and Brother Joseph R. Conway, PGM, Grand Secretary of Kentucky.
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Tadmor Lodge No. 108
Friday, January 9, 2009, Tadmor Lodge No. 108 F&AM held its Open Installation. Tadmor Lodge had Masonic visitors and friend's of Masons from all around Kentucky. Front row, left to right:Barry Alexander, Junior Steward; Curtis Patton, Senior Deacon; Roland Morehouse, Senior Steward; Rick Nation, Installing Officer; Richard Ellis, Master; Gene Crady, Installing Marshal; Kenny French, Junior Warden; and Tom Compton, Senior Warden. Second row. Chris Stout, Installing Secretary; Sonny Hawkins, Junior Deacon; Tommy Ellis, Treasurer; and Don Sears, Chaplain. Back row: Jerry Webb, Secretary; and Don Sprague Tiler. Dinner was prepared by the Ghent Chapter # 441 Order of the Eastern Star and the ladies of the Lodge members. The food, fun, and fellowship was wonderful.
Allen County Masonic Lodges Officers – 2009 Halfway #852 – Graham #208 – New Roe #592
The Masonic Lodges of Allen County are pleased to announce the election and installation of their officers for the New Year. Each lodge held a special open meeting where member's friends and family were able to watch the installation ceremony. A potluck meal was also served at each lodge in conjunction with the event. The lodges were each honored to receive special guests from the Grand Lodge of Kentucky F&AM, the state's governing Masonic body. New Roe's installation was performed by Herman M. Forrester, Most Worshipful Grand Master of the state. Brother Forrester commended the lodges of Allen County for all their work in the community. The lodges hold fund raisers in support of Seniors' Up All Night, Special Olympics, The Center for Courageous kids and other local initiatives. They look forward to the continued support of the community in this upcoming year.
Harlan Lodge No. 879 Halfway Lodge #852 F&AM installed their 2009 Officers on Saturday January 3, 2009: Front, left to right: Michael Jones, Secretary; Windol Fisher, Treasurer; Ricky Stinson, Junior Warden; Russell Mills, Master; David Wood, Senior Warden; and Pat Cline, Chaplain. Back row: Tyler Berry, Junior Deacon; Adam Scott, Senior Deacon; Devin Stewart, Senior Steward, Marcus Landers, Junior Steward; Tim Berry, Tiler.
Harlan Lodge No. 879 held an Open Installation of officers on January 3, 2009. Officers where installed by PGM Percy Brown with Deputy Grand Master Todd Eastham as Marshall. Front row, left to right: Bill Howard, Junior Steward; Jimmy Clem Sr., Senior Deacon; Deputy Grand Master Todd Eastham; W. Hollace Wilson Jr., Master; Ray L. Day II, Senior Warden; Kristopher Gilliam, Senior Steward; and David Blevins, Junior Deacon. Back row: Past Grand Master Percy Brown; Chester Clem, Treasurer; Todd Hensley, Chaplain; Jeremy Smith, Marshal; James W. Clem Jr, Junior Warden; and Rusty L. Howard, Secretary.
Devotion Lodge No. 160
On January 12, 2009 Devotion Lodge No. 160 F & AM held its annual Open Installation of Officers for 2009 at the Oleika Shrine Temple. Pictured from left to right: Lee R.VanHorn, Tiler; Christopher Ousley, Senior Steward; Jim Hinkley Jr., Senior Deacon; James L. Butler PM, Treasurer; Matthew E Dacey, Senior Warden; Joseph R. Conway PGM, Grand Secretary; Robert W. Davenport PGM, Installing Officer; J. Christopher Hall, Master; V. Thomas Larimore, Grand Treasurer, Installing Marshal; Steven E. Nelson, Junior Warden; Anthony W. Wright PM, Secretary; David S. Noel, Junior Deacon; Kenneth Gilliam, Junior Steward; Jimmy A. McGinley PM, Chaplain
Graham Lodge #208 F&AM installed their 2009 Officers on Monday January 5, 2009: Front row, left to right: Bobby Watt, Grand Tiler; Garry Dewitt, Senior Deacon; Jeff Powell, Junior Deacon; Jeff Duncan, Senior Warden; J.W. Ragland, Master; Danny Rutheford, Junior Warden; and Matt McGuire, Senior Steward; Second row: Jerry Wimpee, Tiler; Jerry Wooten, Treasurer; Jimmy Jones, Marshal; and Ronnie Mayes, Secretary.
New Roe Lodge #592 F&AM installed their 2009 Officers on January 10, 2009. Pictured above with the Grand Senior Deacon Billy Michael Taylor, are those officers present during Installation. Brother Taylor also serves as Treasurer of New Roe Lodge # 592.
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MA S ON I C NE WS Fort Thomas Lodge No. 808 Historic Entered Apprentice Degree
On January 2, 2009, Fort Thomas Lodge No. 808 F&AM made history for the first time in over 100 years by conferring the Entered Apprentice Degree on Mr. Russell Eric Creech, Jr. on his 18th Birthday. Our new Brother is the son of DDGM District 19, Worshipful Brother Eric Creech. The degree was conferred by Most Worshipful Brother Gregory C. Powell, PGM and assisted by Most Worshipful Brother George Tither, PGM, Worshipful Brother Eric Creech, DDGM 19 and the Officers of Ft. Thomas Lodge #808 F&AM. Pictured above are all the Officers, Brothers, and visitors of Ft. Thomas Lodge No. 808 F&AM as well as Brother Powell and Tither, PGM and father and son on a truly memorable birthday.
NOTICE CAMP KNOW LODGE NO. 919 At the first stated communication in the month following publication of this notice in The Masonic Home Journal,Camp Knox Lodge No. 919 will hold an election for its Senior Deacon vacancy, and any other Office which may become vacant at that time. HIGHLAND PARK LODGE NO. 865 At the first stated communication in the month following publication of this notice in The Masonic Home Journal,Highland Park Lodge No. 865 will hold an election for Junior Warden and any other Office that may become vacant at that time. PROGRESS LODGE NO. 932 At the first stated communication in the month following publication of this notice in The Masonic Home Journal, Progress Lodge No. 932 will hold an election for Senior Warden and any other Office that may become vacant at that time.
BY-LAWS ORIE S. WARE LODGE NO. 874 At the first stated communication in the month following publication of this notice in The Masonic Home Journal, Orie S. Ware Lodge No. 874 will vote on changing the meeting date of the Lodge. All are urged to attend.
Sievers Lodge No. 491 newly installed Master, Jeremy Puckett presented Past Master, Marvin Wasson with a new apron in appreciation for all the great leadership Master Marvin has shown in the Lodge this past year.
Burnside Lodge No. 634 recently raised Brother Marvin Smith to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason. Pictured, left to right: Senior Ritualist Ron Hutchinson; Brother Smith; and John Gallagher, Master.
Wilhelm Lodge No. 720 Past Masters Night
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This year the Committee on Masonic Education is planning the best year of conferences to date. We have placed much time and treasure in “Developing the Masonic Leader.” We will be introducing topics never before seen at our conferences. This year promises to be of the quality of any leadership conference that you might pay thousands of dollars to attend. Place these dates on your calendar now!!! MARCH - 7 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Bowling Green Masonic Lodge, 1601 Westen Ave., Bowling Green MARCH - 21 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM prior toDistrict meeting Perry Central High School MARCH - 28 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM prior to District meeting North Laurel High School APRIL - 11 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Newport Masonic Lodge, 827 Liberty St, Newport
Wilhelm Lodge No. 720 recently held its Past Masters Night and had five Past Masters present. Pictured left to right: Terry Kiper; Roger Carnes; Jimmy Anderson; Wayne Gibson; and Herb Popham. A huge meal was prepared and good fellowship was shared by all.
Kentucky Order of the Eastern Star DIANA FORD GILROY Worthy Grand Matron
WESDIE LEE WEBB Worthy Grand Patron
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Insp., Bethlehem # 538, Dist. 20 Insp., Etoile # 522, Dist. 20 Insp., Munfordsville # 322, Dist. 20 Insp., Caverna # 252, Dist. 20 District 16 - Grand Officer Party for Grand Adah Insp., Princeton # 315, Dist. 16 9 Insp., Ophelia # 55, Dist. 17 12-18 Hawaii Trip 17 St. Patrick’s Day Party @ OES Home 21 District 8 School @ Casey Chapter # 30 Grand Officer Party for Grand Conductress CV – Somerset # 23, Dist. 8
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Insp., Fidelis# 545, Dist. 8 Insp., Laurel Heights # 288, Dist. 8 Insp., Russell # 432, Dist. 8 Bring Greetings – Order of the Amaranth Gr. Court Session 28 District 15 Visionquest @ Henderson #186 Grand Officer Party for Associate Grand Conductress & Grand Ruth CV – Henderson # 186, Dist. 15 29 100th Anniversary - Goel # 104, Dist. 13
Lyndon Lodge No. 960 Gift Card Presentations Brothers Jesse Haydon (left) and Scott Robinson (right) gave out Christmas Gift Cards to one of the Masonic widows from Lyndon Lodge.
Following the massive ice storm that struck Western Kentucky on January 27-28, 2009, Wickliffe Lodge No. 625 opened its physical facilities on Thursday, January 29, 2009 to provide food, warmth and shelter to many citizens who lost electricity, water and heat from their homes, including a woman in her late forties with both a two-year-old and an eight-year-old who lived in a car for three nights until the gasoline ran out. This effort was led by Brother Floyd Ashcraft assisted by the Worshipful Master, Harry Ashcraft, along with many of the lodge members. The Lodge members assisted by other local citizens cooked three hot meals per day for as many as 600 people per meal and provided overnight shelter for as many as fifteen guests per night. Other lodge members went doorto-door throughout Ballard County to check on the needs of local citizens. The Lodge relied on a large generator (pictured) provided by the county government. Many organizations provided food and supplies, including the National Guard, Salvation Army, Red Cross, all area Baptist Churches, the local Mormon Church, Ballard County Detention Center, and the
New Page Company (local paper mill). The National Guard used the lodge grounds to hand out MREs (meals ready to eat) on Friday and Saturday. When they left, they turned over this task to the lodge members. Many private citizens from surrounding states (Missouri, Illinois, and Tennessee) made donations as well, including a couple from Jackson, Mississippi, who brought a van load of food, diapers, toiletries and cleaning supplies. They had sustained damage from a tornado two years ago. The efforts of these Freemasons drew high praise from local civic leaders. Ballard County Judge Executive, Vickie Viniard, states, “If it wasn’t for the Lodge, there wouldn’t be any place for shelter on this side of town. We would like to thank them for their help. Also Judy Jackson, Director of Ballard County Senior Citizens, states, “Lodge members are to be commended for their help.” She is in charge of the Meals on Wheels, Adult Day Care and Ballard County Rural Housing, which consists of 47 apartments for county senior citizens.
Wilhelm Lodge No. 720 Christmas Basket Program Wilhelm Lodge No. 720 had its annual Fruit Basket Delivery. Several baskets were delivered to shut-in members and widows of Brothers. Pictured, left to right: Wayne Gibson; Steve Drake; and Mary Gibson. Baskets were also delivered to Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center, Grayson Manor, and Spring View Health and Rehabilitation.
Landmark Lodge No. 41 Valentines to Widows
Bullitt Lodge No. 155 Christmas Party On December 14th, 2008, Bullitt Lodge No. 155 held it's annual Christmas Party with Santa Claus. The Masonic widows were invited, for fellowship with one another and a small token of our appreciation given to each by Santa Claus. A presentation was made to the Frank & Laura Walls Family in the means of a donation to the "Retts Syndrome Research Foundation". This donation is made each year in honor of Michaela, which has Rett Syndrome. Pictured in the above attachment is from left to right; Carlie, Laura, Past Master Donald Malone, Past Master and Dad, Frank Walls, holding Michaela. The Walls Family has one other child (not pictured) Isabelle. Anyone wanting to make a contribution to the Michaela Walls Rett Syndrome Fund can do so by making donations c/o Bullitt Lodge No. 155, Michaela Wall Rett Syndrome Fund. Bullitt Lodge will direct all donations on to RSRF.
On Saturday, February 7 Brothers of Landmark Lodge No. 41 distributed Valentines gifts to the widows of passed Brothers of the Lodge, and offered assistance in regard to the recent ice storm.
Pictured, left to right are Brothers Patrick Redding, Junior Deacon; Chad Stechshulte, Junior Steward; Pete Padova, Senior Deacon; and Chris Ordway. Not pictured: Non Evans, Jr., and Chris L. Stout, PM.
JESSE D. CONER Sievers Lodge No. 491 – Nancy, Kentucky In memory of Brother Jesse D. Coner who passed from this life January 29th, 2009. Once again a Brother Mason having completed the designs on life’s trestle board, has passed the portals of eternity into that house not made by human hands. WHEREAS, the all wise and merciful Master of the Universe has called from labor to refreshment our beloved Brother; and WHEREAS, in his passing, the family has lost a beloved member and the Fraternity an upright man and Mason; therefore be it RESOLVED, that the Charter of Sievers Lodge No. 491 F&AM of Nancy, Kentucky be draped for thirty days in testimony of our loss, and we tender to the family of our deceased Brother our sincere condolence in their deep affliction, a copy spread upon the minutes of this Lodge in his memory, and a copy sent to The Masonic Home Journal. JEREMY PUCKETT, MASTER; DAN SANGER, SECR. DONALD ORVILLE FOSTER Salt River Lodge No. 180 – Mt. Washington, Kentucky Once again a Brother Mason having completed the designs written for him on life’s trestle board, has passed through the portals of eternity and entered the Grand Lodge of the new Jerusalem and hath received as his reward, the white stone with the new name written thereon; and WHEREAS, the all wise and merciful Master of the Universe has called from labor to refreshment our beloved and respected Brother; and WHEREAS, he having been a true and faithful Brother of our Order; therefore be it RESOLVED, that Salt River Lodge No. 180 F&AM in testimony of her loss, be draped in mourning for thirty days and that we tender to the family of our deceased Brother our sincere condolence in their deep affliction, and that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family, one copy to The Masonic Home Journal for publication, and a copy of this Resolution of Respect be made a part of the minutes of this Lodge. KEVIN D. BRYANT, MASTER; ANTHONY MORRIS, SECR. ROY DARNELL HARRIS Fields Lodge No. 832 – Cumberland, Kentucky Once again a Brother Mason having completed the designs written for him on life’s trestle board, has passed through the portals of eternity into the house not made by human hands. WHEREAS, the all wise and merciful Master of the Universe has called from labor to refreshment our beloved Brother Roy Darnell Harris who was a thirtynine year member of Fields Lodge No. 832, on January 1st, 2009. WHEREAS, in his passing the family has lost a beloved member and the Fraternity an upright man and Mason; be it RESOLVED, that the Charter of Fields Lodge No. 832 be draped for thirty days in his memory and we tender to the family of our deceased Brother our sincere condolence and a copy of this Resolution be sent to the family, a copy be spread on the minutes of this Lodge and a copy be sent to The Masonic Home Journal for publication. COMMITTEE
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that a copy of this Resolution be sent to the family, a copy spread upon the minutes of this Lodge in his memory, and a copy be sent to The Masonic Home Journal. L. GRANT MILLER; W. MARK ELLIOTT; JAMES G. HOGUE
BLAKE MOON Russell Lodge No. 284 – Jamestown, Kentucky In memory of Brother Joseph Blake Moon, who died on October 6th, 2008. Once again a Brother Mason, having completed the designs written for him on life’s trestle board, has passed through the portals of eternity and entered the Grand Lodge of the New Jerusalem and hath received as his reward, the white stone with the new name written thereon; and WHEREAS, the all wise and merciful Master of the Universe has called from labor to refreshment our beloved and respected Brother; and WHEREAS, he having been a true and faithful Brother of our Order; therefore be it RESOLVED, that Russell Lodge No. 284 F&AM in testimony of her loss, be draped in mourning for thirty days and that we tender to the family of our deceased Brother our sincere condolence in their deep affliction, and that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family. KEN COOPER; WILLIAM D. VAUGHAN; DANNY K. COFFEY VERNON L. PARKER Al E. Orton Lodge No. 628 – Dawson Springs, Kentucky In memory of Brother Vernon L. Parker who died on October 2nd, 2008. WHEREAS, the all wise and merciful Master of the Universe has called from labor to refreshment our beloved Brother; and WHEREAS, in his passing the family has lost a beloved member and the Fraternity an upright man and Mason; therefore be it RESOLVED, that the Charter of Al E. Orton Lodge No. 628 be draped for thirty days in testimony of our loss and we tender to the family of our deceased Brother our sincere condolences in their deep affliction, a copy be spread upon the minutes of this Lodge in his memory, a copy be sent to the family and a copy be sent to The Masonic Home Journal for publication. JEFFREY CRIDER, MASTER; RAY BOCHERT, SECR. WILLIS DALE PEAVLER Mercer Lodge No. 777 – Harrodsburg, Kentucky Once again a Brother Mason, having completed the designs written for him on life’s trestle board, has passed through the portals of eternity and entered the Grand Lodge of the New Jerusalem and hath received as his reward, the white stone with the new name written thereon; and WHEREAS, the all-wise and merciful Master of the Universe has called from labor to refreshment our beloved and respected Brother; and WHEREAS, he having been a true and faithful Brother of our Order; therefore be it RESOLVED, that Mercer Lodge No. 777 F&AM, Harrodsburg, Kentucky drape its charter in mourning, for a period of 30 days in testimony of our loss, and that we tender to the family of our deceased Brother our sincere condolence in their deep affliction, and
THOMAS THORNTON Covington Lodge No. 109 – Covington, Kentucky In memory of Brother Thomas Thornton, Past Master raised on February 2nd, 1970, and died July 5th, 2008. WHEREAS, our departed Brother has been a true and faithful worked in the quarries of Masonry; and WHEREAS, his passing leaves a vacancy in our ranks that cannot be filled; therefore RESOLVED, that in his memory the Lodge be draped in mourning for the proper period; and be it further RESOLVED, that in testimony of our loss, these Resolutions be adopted and a copy be sent to the family, to whom we extend our profound sympathy in their bereavement. COMMITTEE WILLIAM EARL WILSON Covington Lodge No. 109 – Covington, Kentucky In memory of Brother William Earl Wilson, Past Master raised on December 6th, 1958 and died September 11th, 2008. WHEREAS, our departed Brother has been a true and faithful worked in the quarries of Masonry; and WHEREAS, his passing leaves a vacancy in our ranks that cannot be filled; therefore RESOLVED, that in his memory the Lodge be draped in mourning for the proper period; and be it further RESOLVED, that in testimony of our loss, these Resolutions be adopted and a copy be sent to the family, to whom we extend our profound sympathy in their bereavement. COMMITTEE
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DIRECTORY FREE & ACCEPTED MASONS LEXINGTON LODGE NO. 1—Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays, 7:30 P.M., 3112 Harrdsburg Rd. next to Fire Station #21. James A. Campbell, M.; Mason Campbell, Jr., Sec., 229 Glendale Ave., Lexington 40511, 859-2523607. HIRAM LODGE NO. 4—Meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 7:30 P.M., 308 Ann St. Leslie B. Lason, M.; William H. Canon III, Sec., 308 Bluebird Ln., Frankfort 40601, 502-695-1538. SOLOMON'S NO. 5–Meets 2nd and 4th Monday, 711 Frankfort Rd, S corner of Shelbyville Masonic Home on US 60 E, Shelbyville; Steven Moffett, M.; Daniel R. Moffett, Sec., 821 Ashland Ave, Shelbyville KY 40065; 502-633-3829 ABRAHAM LODGE NO. 8—Meets 1st & 3rd Thurs., 7:30 P.M., 1410 Gardiner Ln., Louisville. Robert C. Pierce, M.; Robert S. Conder, P.M., Sec., P.O. Box 91811, Louisville 40291; 502-664-4918. JERUSALEM LODGE NO. 9 – Meets 2nd & 4th Mon., 461 Klutey Park Dr., Henderson. John M. Gish, M.; James T. Roll, Sec., P.O. Box 1442, Henderson KY 42419, 270-724-2265. MT. VERNON LODGE NO. 14—Meets 1st & 3rd Mon., 222 E. Main St., Georgetown. David D. Higgs, M.; James M. Fitzgerald, III, Sec., 145 Meadowview Way, Georgetown 40324, 859-514-6297. LANDMARK LODGE NO. 41—Meets 1st and 3rd Mon., 7:30 P.M., Eat at 6:30 P.M. 141 N. Main St., Versailles. Andrew R. Dixon, M.; Michael J. Ford, Sec., 4086 Newtown Pike, Georgetown 40324, 502-863-9519. FORTITUDE LODGE NO. 47—Meets 2nd and 4th Mondays, 127 East Main St., LaGrange, above Karen’s Book Barn. Joel T. Townsend, M.; James W. Townsend, Sr., Sec., 3004 W. Hwy. 42, LaGrange 40031, 502-222-1672. MAYSVILLE LODGE NO. 52 – Meets 2nd Mon. each month at 7:30 P.M., 6:30 P.M., at 110 W. McDonald Pkwy. 2 blocks west of bridge by floodwall. William E. Bennet, M.; Shearley B. Hill, Sec., P.O. Box 243, Ewing 41039, 606-267-3803. HART LODGE NO. 61 – Meets 2nd & 4th Mon. 7:30 P.M. 254 Edgewood Dr., 2 blks. of S. Main St., Nicholasville. John C. Bourne, M.; Gary D. Lykins, Sec., 109 Anthony Dr., Nicholasville 40356, 859-608-4442. BRECKINRIDGE LODGE NO. 67 – Meets 1st & 3rd Mon., at 7:00 p.m. (est). 233 S. Main St., across from Post Office, downtown Hardinsburg. James E. Hill, M.; Morris L. Carman, Sec., 110 Lake St., Hardinsburg 40143, 270-756-5903. BOWLING GREEN LODGE NO. 73—Meets 2nd & 4th Mons. at 7 p.m.; 1601 Westen Ave., Bowling Green. William H. Fane, M.; James Hall, Sec., 500 Jennings Dr., Apt. 5, Bowling Green 42101; 270-991-2905. MORRISON LODGE NO. 76—Meets 1st & 3rd Thurs., 7:30 P.M., 125 N. Mulberry St., Elizabethtown. Charles T. Mason, M.; William H. Mercer, Sec., 619 Margot Ave., Elizabethtown 42701, 270-765-7766. HARRISON LODGE NO. 122—Meets 2nd & 4th Mon., Masonic Building, 125 Broadway, Brandenburg, 7:30 P.M. Benjamin P. Bowen, M.; Archie N. Romines, Sr., P.M., Sec., 175 Buck Knobs Rd., Ekron 40117, 270828-8432. PITMAN LODGE NO. 124—Meets in Elk-Pit Masonic Temple, Hwy. 70, 2nd Thursday at 7:00 P.M. Joseph C. Kidwell, M., Kenneth L. Adams, Sec., 902 Rosecrest Ave., Campbellsville 42718, 270-789-1791. PADUCAH LODGE NO. 127—2340 Jackson St. next to Tilghman High School Football Stadium, 2nd & 4th Mon. at 7:30 P.M. Thomas Fairhurst, M., Michael J. Felker, Sec., 1930 Randy Ln., Paducah 42003, 270898-1996. BARKER LODGE NO. 129—Meets 2nd & 4th Sat., 7:30 P.M. 705 Main St., West Point. Stephen W. Blount, Sr., M.; John E. Jolley, Sec., 3709 Timber Hollow Dr., Louisville 40219, 502-968-3794. OWENSBORO LODGE NO. 130—Meets 2nd & 4th Thurs. of each month at 7:30 P.M. in Masonic Temple, 227 St. Ann St. Emmett D. Duke, M.; James L. Moorman, Sec., 1700 Ky. 140 E., Utica, 42376, 270-733-4291. B. R. YOUNG LODGE NO. 132 – Meets 1st & 3rd Tues. of each month at 7:30 P.M. 50 Lincoln Square. Chester E. Knight, Jr., M., Evenett F. Hallisy, Sec., 1104 Asbury Cir., Elizabethtown 42701, 270-737-2332. CARROLLTON LODGE NO. 134 – Meets 1 & 3rd Mon. of each month at 210 Marrville Dr., next to Carroll Co. Hospital. Michael W. Humphrey, M., Ronald D. Holloway, Sec., 252 Floyd St., Carrollton 41008, 502-480-6557. SMITHLAND LODGE NO. 138 – Meets 1st Mon. of each month at 7:00 p.m. Smithland, Hwy. 60 W next to Livingston Central High School. Frederick L. Hunter, M.; Phillip W. Thomason, Sec., P.O. Box 228, Smithland 42081, 270-928-4652. BULLITT LODGE NO. 155— Meets 1st & 3rd Mon., 7:30 P.M., 376 High School Drive, Shepherdsville. Jessie J. Walls, M.; John D. Colburn, Sec., 555 Beechwood Ave., Shepherdsville 40165, 502-921-4387. COLONEL CLAY LODGE NO. 159—Meets 2nd Mon. at 7:30 P.M., 1553 Madison Ave, Covington Scottish Rite Temple. Christopher L. Hurst, M.; Jon R. Mace, Sec., 12828 Pennington Rd., Walton 41094, 859-4856357. DEVOTION LODGE NO. 160—Meets 2nd & 4th Mon. at 7:30 P.M., 1/8 mile S. of Man-O-War Blvd. on right. 4085 Harrodsburg Rd., Lexington. J. Christopher Hall, M.; Anthony W. Wright, Sec., P. O. Box 910294, Lexington 40591, 859-227-0750. SALT RIVER LODGE NO. 180—Meets 2nd & 4th Thursdays at 7:30 P.M., 170 Fisher Lane. Kevin D. Bryant, M; Anthony W. Morris, Sec., 149 Sammys Ct., Mt. Washington 40047, 502-538-7291. MOUNTAIN NO. 187—Meets 2nd Saturday & 4th Monday. 306 Paynes Creek Rd. C. Steven F. Farmer, M; James T. McNeil, Sec. P.O. Box 88, Artemus 40903, 606-546-3545. MAYO LODGE NO. 198— Meets 1st Tues., at 119 East 2nd St., Silver Grove. Matthew Taylor, M.; Steven Liggett, Sec., 94 Dove Dr., Elsmere 41018, 859-727-2631. STEPHENSBURG LODGE NO. 212— Meets 1st Sat., 7:30 P.M., at Lodge Hall on Hwy. No. 86, three miles west of Cecilia. Ronniee C. Basham, M.; Harold E. Armstrong, Sec., 1228 Kelly Dr., Elizabethtown 42701, 270-769-6333.
MASONIC HOME JOURNAL SWIGERT-MIDDLETOWN LODGE NO. 218—Meets 440 N. Madison Ave., Middletown, on 1st and 3rd Monday each month, 7:00 P.M. Danny B. Harrison, Jr., M.; Samuel K. Plummer, Sec., 3116 Marlin Rd., Louisville 40220-3506, 502-451-1088. WILLIS STEWART LODGE NO. 224—Meets 1st and 3rd Tues., 7:30 P.M. Middletown Masonic Hall, 440 North Madison St., Middletown. John D. Pickard, M.; Kenneth L. Meredith, Sec., 9418 Hudson Ln., Louisville 40291, 502-644-0050. BEAR WALLOW LODGE NO. 231 – Meets 1st & 3rd Friday. 702 N. Dixie Hwy., Cave City. across from Wigwam Motel. Donnie A. Phillips, M.: Gary T. Minor, Sec., 1001 E. Broadway, Cave City 42127, 270-773-2411. LEITCHFIELD LODGE NO. 236– Meets 2nd Sat. & 4th Mon. 7:00 p.m. SE side of Public Square above Escue Realty. Terry Vincent, M.; Robert E. Thomas, Sec., 66 N. Trailwoods Dr., Leitchfield 42754, 270-242-6582. ST. GEORGE LODGE NO. 239—Meets in Scottish Rite Temple, Brook and Gray Sts., 1st & 3rd Wed. Charles P. Kilkelly, M.; Roger P. Smith, Sec., 1105 Forestview Dr., Louisville 40219, 502-969-1294. MT. GILEAD LODGE NO. 255 – Meets 1st & 3rd Friday. P.O. Box 162, Science Hill, Ky. Daniel L. Hamlin, M.; Garry W. Patrick, Sec., 148 W. Langdon Rd., Science Hill 42553, 606-423-3492. ROBINSON LODGE NO. 266—Meets in Robinson Lodge Hall, 6919 Applegate Ln., 1st & 3rd Thurs., 7:30 P.M. Charles H. Boston, Jr., M; Jimmy D. Taylor, Sr., Sec., 8512 Bayou Way, Louisville 40242, 502-425-1125. PRESTON LODGE NO. 281—Meets in Louisville DeMolay Commandery Asylum, 1410 Gardiner Ln., 2nd & 4th Wed., 7:30 p.m. Peter W. Miller, M.; Warren L. Miller, Sec., 1641 Beechwood Ave., Louisville 40204, 502-452-6404. DUNAVAN LODGE NO. 292–Meets 1st Saturday. Off US 62, behind Food Mart, beside Post Office, Chester R. Spencer, M.; Richard E. Morgan, Sec., 4789 Hwy. 1066, Bloomfield 40008, 502-673-0333. KINGSTON LODGE NO. 315 –– Meets 3rd Tues., at 2743 Battlefield Memorial Hwy., Berea. Leonard W. Livesay, M.; Dennis G. Mills, Sec., 2712 Old U.S. 25N, Berea 40403, 859-986-4612. MILES LODGE NO. 341—Meets 2nd and 4th Sat., 7:30 P.M., 214 Cupio Rd., 2 miles from 31W to Lodge on Cupio Rd. Ralph T. Sloan, M.; Alfred K. Ashley, Sec., 780 Rock Ridge Rd., Brandenburg 40108; 270-828-6353. ASPEN GROVE LODGE NO. 397 – Meets 4th Sat., 7:30 p.m. NE corner of Hwy. 27 & Pete Neiser Way. Lester K. Caudill, M.; Paul E. Conrad, Sec., P.O. Box 443, Alexandria 41001, 859-635-4283. LOUISVILLE LODGE NO. 400 –– Meets 2nd Mon., at 7:30 P.M., Scottish Rite Temple, Brook & Gray St. Gary R. Marsh, M., V. Brian Abrams, Sec., 605 Turnstile Trace, Louisville 40223, 502-386-7777. PLAIN CITY LODGE NO. 449—Meets 1st & 3rd Tues., 7:00 P.M., 308 Joe Clifton Dr., Paducah. Stewart F. Strickland, M.; Joe E. Tracy, Sec., 968 Buchanan Rd., Kevil 42053, 270-210-4892. CRESCENT HILL LODGE NO. 456 – Meets 2nd Mon., 4th Tues. 204 Vale Rd., Middletown, KY, behind Eastwood Shopping Ctr. Joseph D. Gorsick, M; M. Dwight Maddox, Sr., Sec.; 7307 Greenlawn Rd., Louisville 40222, 502-426-5770. PARKERSVILLE LODGE NO. 484—Meets 4th Thurs. 17 miles S. of Eddyville on Hwy. 93S., Lamasco, KY. Raymond E. Cotton, Jr., M.; Thomas C. Winters, Sec., 385 State Rt. 6016, Eddyville 42038, 502-836-9491. BUFORD LODGE NO. 494—Meets in Masonic Temple Bldg., 100 S. Winter St., Midway, 1st & 3rd Tues. Harold R. Duncan, Sr., M.; Charles T. Beagle, Sr., Sec., 461 Bold Ct., Versailles 40383, 859-873-3974. BARDWELL LODGE NO. 499 – Meets 2nd Tues. Hwy. 51 S. between mile markers 6 and 7. David H. Webb, M.; Charles T. Bean, Sec., 8460 US Hwy. 62, Cunningham 42035, 270-562-0105. KILWINNING LODGE NO. 506—Meets in Scottish Rite Temple, Brook & Gray Sts., 2nd Wed. Shannon A. Stevens, M.; Steven L. Yates, Sec., 7001 Sun Valley Dr., Louisville 40272, 502-933-4040. VALLEY LODGE NO. 511—Meets 1st & 3rd Sat. at Valley Lodge No. 511, 9619 Dixie Hwy. Michael L. Blakeney, M.; Virgil K. Hall, Sec., 3111 St. Anthony Garden Dr. #6, Louisville 40214, 502-445-5353. CASEY CREEK NO. 536 – Meets 2nd Sat. Hwy. 551, 3.1 m N. of Hwy. KY 76. Tracy R. McCarol, M.; Daniel R. Hayes, Sec. 94 Hunter Trace; Campbellsville 42718; 270-465-7811 CLIFTY LODGE NO. 599 –– Meets 2nd Sat., over Methodist Church, Big Clifty. Charles D. Skaggs, M., Clayton M. Hensley, Sec., P.O. Box 99485, Louisville 40299, 502-267-1700. FORDSVILLE MASONIC LODGE NO. 600—Meets in the Fordsville Masonic Temple, Hwy. 54, Fordsville on the 2nd Mon., 7:00 P.M. Roy D. Moxley, M.; Tracy D. Payne, Sec., 1456 St. Rt. 919, Fordsville 42343, 270-276-3352. VINE GROVE LODGE NO. 603—Meets 1st & 3rd Sat. in Vine Grove Lodge Hall, 857 Crume Rd. at 7:30 P.M. Michael A. Culbreth, M.; Warren T. Moore, Sec., 3350 Knox Ave., Vine Grove 40175, 270-877-2294. OLIVE HILL LODGE NO. 629–Meets 1st Sat., at 7 p.m., take I-64 exit #156, South on KY Rt. 2 to U.S. 60, left for approx. 2 miles, then right onto Jordan Court to the end. Clarence Steagall, Jr., M.; John R. Liles, Sec., P.O. Box 882, Olive Hill, KY 41164, 606-286-0245. AURORA LODGE NO. 633—Meets in Boaz Temple, 4717 Preston Hwy., 2nd & 4th Monday. Hobert H. Judd, M.; Roy Caudill, Sec., 164 Grandview Dr., Shepherdsville 40165, 502-543-4130. BURNSIDE LODGE NO. 634—Meets 1st & 3rd Thursdays, 7:00 P.M. 82 Central Ave., Burnside. Hugh C. Turner, M.; Don R. Brake, Sec., P.O. Box 132, Burnside 42519, 606-561-5653. LEWIS-PARKLAND LODGE NO. 638—Meets in Parkland Masonic Temple, 969 S. 2nd St., 1st & 3rd Fri. Donald R. Stone, M.; Virgil T. Larimore, Jr., Sec., 1007 Juniper Springs Dr., Louisville 40242, 502339-7640. BREATHITT LODGE NO. 649—Meets 2nd & 4th Sat., 7:00 P.M., 321 Broadway St., Jackson. Kenneth P. Combs, M.; Miles Combs, Sec., 90 Fire Station Dr., Lot #26, Jackson 41339, 606-693-9181. MOREHEAD LODGE NO. 654—Meets 4th Tue., 7:00 P.M., 746 West Main St., Suite 2, Morehead, KY 40351. Larry E. Beeman, M.; James D. Reeder, Sec., 121 Blackberry Dr., Morehead 40351, 606-784-5669. SUBURBAN LODGE NO. 740—Meets at 3901 South 3rd St., every Thurs., 7:30 P.M. Mark H. Galloway, M.; Joseph A. Marshall, Sec., 13331 Horncastle Way, Louisville 40272, 502-551-4214. HARRY R. KENDALL LODGE NO. 750—Meets at 7306 Fegenbush Ln., 2nd & 4th Tues. Bruce H. Geoghegan, M.; Herbert M. Edwards, Sec., 7011 Fegenbush Ln., Louisville 40228, 502-239-3077. WHITESBURG LODGE NO. 754 –– Meets 1st. & 3rd. Thurs., at 169 Jenkins Rd., near junct. of Hwys. 15 & 119 at Pine Mt. Brandon K. Moore, M., Eddie W. Bentley, Sec., 25 Circle Dr., Whitesburg 41858, 606-633-8866. HEBRON LODGE NO. 757 – Meets the 1st Tues., at 7:30 P.M., corner of SR20 & Hart Dr. James R. Phillips, M.; Tom E. Geimeier, Sec., 5936 Vice Ln., Burlington 41005, 859-586-8424. DAYLIGHT LODGE NO. 760—Meets at Valley Lodge No. 551, 9619 Dixie Hwy., 2nd Sat., at 1:00 P.M. Ernest Royal, M.; Jeffery M. Fitzpatrick, Sec., 4202 Candor Ave., Louisville 40216, 502-449-2409. JEFFERSONTOWN LODGE NO. 774—Meets in Jeffersontown, 2nd & 4th Sat. at 7:30 P.M. 10411 Watterson Trail. George M. Miller, Sr., M.; Thomas B. Irwin, Sec., 2020 Edgeland Ave., Louisville 40204, 502-4587098. CAVE CITY LODGE NO. 790 – Meets 2nd & 4th Thurs., at 7:30 at the Cave City-702 N. 31W, 1 mile from light on Broadway, across from Wig Wam Motel. Jason L. Johnson, M.; Douglas R. Hatcher, Sec., 400 Alexander Ave., Cave City 42127; 270-773-2734. CARRSVILLE LODGE NO. 812—Meets 2nd Thurs. in Carrsville Lodge Hall, 2103 Main St., at 7:00 P.M. Roert G. Williams, M.; Charles R.
March, 2009 Arflack, Sec.,1591 Maxfield Rd., Smithland 42081, 270-988-3582. PEWEE VALLEY LODGE NO. 829—Meets 1st & 3rd Tues., 7:30 P.M., Pewee Valley Lodge Hall, Crestwood. Brian P. Willey, M.; John H. Willis, Sec., 4102 Tulip Circle, Louisville 40219, 502-966-9414. SHAWNEE LODGE NO. 830—Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 7016 Southside. Michael A. Fowler, M.; B. Ronnie G. Skipper, Sec., 697 Overdale Dr., Louisville 40229-6115, 502-957-5229. BOAZ MASONIC HOME LODGE NO. 850—Meets in Boaz Temple, 4717 Preston Hwy., 2nd & 4th Tues., 7:30 P.M. Chad C. Rowlett, M.; Timothy L. Vanderhoof, Sec., 5508 Haunz Lane, Louisville 40241, 502-241-9517. ACME LODGE NO. 851—Meets in 2nd Sat. each month at 6:00 p.m. (c.s.t.) Hwy. 31 W 2/10 m S. of Hwy 728 E & 31 W. Ivan W. Craddock, M.; Austin L. Reams, Sec., 50 Sunrise Cir., Bonnievile 42713; 270-531-3508. OKOLONA LODGE NO. 853—Meets 2nd & 4th Fri., Daniel Hall, Blue Lick Rd. at Preston Hwy., Okolona. Danny M. Smothers, M.; Thomas L. Smith, Sec., 121 Tecumseh Dr., Shepherdsville 40165, 502-523-8158. PLUMB LODGE NO. 862—Meets in Plumb Lodge Hall, 3558 Taylor Blvd., at Carlisle Ave., 2nd & 4th Fri. Danny G. Groce, M.; Floyd H. Booth, Sec., 11907 Little Horn Pl., Louisville 40299-4496, 502-261-0877. HIGHLAND PARK LODGE NO. 865—Meets 2nd & 4th Mon., 7:30 P.M., 4100 Pinecroft Dr. John M. Bennett, M.; Thomas E. Nichols, Sr., Sec., 8003 William G. Penny Ln., Louisville 40219, 502-968-9911. WHEATCROFT LODGE NO. 881 — Meets 2nd Tues. 36 E. Collen. Jack Johnson, M.; William D. McGrew, Sec., 174 Cullen Ave., Box 64, Wheatcroft 42463; 270-664-6179. BUECHEL LODGE NO. 896—Meets in Simmon Hall, 3821 Bardstown Rd., 1st & 3rd Thurs., 7:30 P.M. Anthony W. Sattich, M.; Terry W. Triplett, Sr., Sec., 1955 Meadowcreek Dr., Louisville 40218-2432, 502473-7844. KRYPTON LODGE NO. 905 – Meets every 2nd. & 4th. Sat. of the month. at 7:00 p.m. 13007 Ky. Hwy. 451, Krypton. Randy R. Hall, M.: John C. Campbell, Jr., Sec., P.O. Box 147, Krypton 41754, 606-436-6269. ST. MATTHEWS LODGE NO. 906—Meets 1st & 3rd Mon., 7:00 P.M., 1410 Gardiner Ln. beside main post office). John P. Pickard, M.; Herbert M. Zimmerman, Sec., 1363 Tyler Park Dr., Louisvillle 40204, 502-456-6126. SUNSET LODGE NO. 915—Meets 2nd & 4th Tues., 7:30 P.M., 221 Steedly Dr., Louisville. Cecil E. Hardin, M.; Rayburn Jarred, Jr., Sec., P.O. Box 72263, Louisville 40272, 502-935-3315. CAMP KNOX LODGE NO. 919—Meets 1st-3rd Monday, except Federal Holidays, 7:00 P.M., Lodge Hall, 1158 N. Dixie Hwy., Radcliff. Frank A. Mellon, Jr., M.; Jerry S. Hummel, Sr., Sec., 3021 Centennial Ave., Radcliff 40160; 270-351-5202. WILMORE LODGE NO. 922– Meets 1st & 3rd Thursday, 7:30 p.m.121 W. Linden. Leonard Edwards, M.; Robert S. Sallee, Sec., 608 Kinlaw Dr., Wilmore 40390; 859-858-4905. PROGRESS LODGE NO. 932—Meets 1st & 3rd Tues., 7:30 P.M. Boaz Temple, 4717 Preston Hwy., Louisville. Terry L. Reece, M.; John C. Fry, P.M., Sec., 170 E. Francis Ave., Louisville 40214, 502-367-2028. FAIRDALE LODGE NO. 942 — 1st & 3rd Thurs., 10008 Mitchell Hill Rd., Fairdale. Grant H. Peterson, M.; Reginald D. Paschal, Sec., P.O. Box 241, Fairdale, 40118, 502-367-4705. FORT CAMPBELL LODGE NO. 946—Meets 1st and 3rd Tues. at 7:00 P.M., 946 Thompsonville Ln., (Hwy. 911, 1.3 miles east of US 41A, .3 mile west of KY 115), Oak Grove. Jerry D. Vicars, M.; Donald W. Martin, Sec., 1838 Palamino Dr., Clarksville TN 37042, 931-551-4862. FLORENCE LODGE NO. 949—1st Thurs., 7009 Burlington Pike, P.O. Box 893, Florence. Michael D. Hon, M.; Albert R. Warner, Sec., 1285 Victory Ln., Independence, 41051, 859-283-0252. SHIVELY LODGE NO. 951—1st & 3rd Sat., 7:00 P.M., 4221 Hillview Ave., Louisville. Silas A. Tomes, M.; Raymond Carman, Jr., Sec., 1056 Johnson Ln., Taylorsville 40071, 502-477-2038. ROBERT M. SIRKLE LODGE NO. 954—Meets 1st and 3rd Tues., 7:30 p.m. at 553 Rosemont Garden, Lexington. Dennis R. Gambrell, M.; Rodney K. Glaney, Sec., 3109 Chatham Dr., Lexington 40503, 859-2235853 . FERN CREEK LODGE NO. 955—Meets 1st and 3rd Sat., 10:00 A.M., Robinson Lodge, 6919 Applegate Ln. Ralph C. Lawson, M.; Melvin Mullins, Sec., 6514 Lovers Ln., Louisville 40291, 502-231-2618. YELLOW BANKS LODGE NO. 957 – Meets 1st-3rd Mon., 227 St. Ann St., Owensboro at 7:30. Richard B. Miller, M.; Donnie A. Benson, Sec., 3528 Roundtable Loop, Owensboro 42303, 270-685-2618. PLEASURE RIDGE PARK LODGE NO. 959—Meets 1st and 3rd Mon. at Shawnee Lodge Hall, 7016 Southside Dr., at 7:30 P.M. Allen D. Butts, Sr., M.; Robert W. Bracy, Sec., 2005 Patricia Dr., Louisville 40272, 502-937-4764 LYNDON LODGE NO. 960—Meets 2nd Thurs. at Lyndon Baptist Church (3rd Floor, Educ. Wing), 8025 New LaGrange Rd., at 7:30 P.M. Cecil E. Hardin, M.; Robert B. Clark, Jr., Sec., 2700 Kennersley Dr., Louisville 40242, 502-425-9066. ZONETON LODGE NO. 964—Meets 3rd Sat. at 7:30 P.M. on Bucky Burton Dr. (1/2 mile south of the Jefferson Co. line off Blue Lick Rd.). Tony Thompson, M.; Jason Runion, Sec., 298 Big Cedar Creek Trail, Shepherdsville 40165, 502-551-9676. RIVER CITY LODGE NO. 966—Meets in 1st Sat. each month at 10:00 A.M., 969 S. Second St., Louisville. Paul M. Harmon, M.; Archie R. Smallwood, Sec., P.O. Box 1651, Louisville 40201, 502-345-3788.
ANCIENT & ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE LOUISVILLE CONSISTORY—Meets 2nd & 4th Thurs., Scottish Rite Temple, Brook & Gray Sts., Louisville, 7:30 P.M. Kenneth L. Meredith, 33°, Master of Kadosh; Jim Stephens, 32°, KCCH, Venerable Master; Stanley W. Crawley, 33°, Registrar; Roger D. Barnett, 33°, Personal Representative, 502-584-6185. INDRA CONSISTORY—Meets 3rd Fri., Scottish Rite Temple, 1553 Madison Ave., Covington (except July & Aug.). Richard L. Patrick, 33°, Master of Kadosh; Edwin L. Vardiman, Sr., 33°, Sec./Reg.; Fred Bryant, 33°, Personal Representative. LEXINGTON CONSISTORY—Meets on 3rd Thurs. each month at 7:30 P.M. Dinner at 6:30 P.M., ladies invited. 553 Rosemont Garden; P.O., Box 8087, Lexington. Larry D. Grizzle, 32°, KCCH, Venerable Master; James L. Butler, 33°, Secretary/Registrar; William G. Hiles, 33°, Treasurer; Carl W. Gibson, Jr., 33°, Personal Representative. WEST KY. CONSISTORY—Meets 3rd Thursday each month except July, West Kentucky Scottish Rite Temple, 668 Park Ave., Madisonville. Gary L. Ramage, 33°, Master of Kadosh; Venerable Master, Michael A. Pruitt, 32°, KCCH; Dirk R. Molt, 33°, Sec./Registrar; James F. Molt, 33°, Personal Representative.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS GRAND CHAPTER OFFICERS Jeffrey Ritchie (168). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand High Priest P.O. Box 134, Farmers, KY 40351; (606) 776-5627 [email protected] James G. Hogue (29/4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand King 215 Lakeview Point, Harrodsburg, KY 40330 (859) 748-5462 [email protected] Gary K. Hunt (83/90) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Scribe 103 Rosedale Ave., Campbellsville, KY 42718 (270) 465-8109 [email protected] James H. King, Jr. (4/29) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Captain of the Host 219 Orchard Drive, Danville, KY 40422 (859) 238-7018
March, 2009 [email protected] Leslie E. Black (5). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Treasurer 3006 Wickland Avenue, Louisville, KY 40205 (502) 458-1262 [email protected] J.B. Hitt, II PGHP (1/5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Grand Treasurer 1007 Chesterton Place, Louisville, KY 40299 (502) 254-7584 [email protected] William G. Hinton, PGHP (14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Secretary Office: P.O. Box 695, Shelbyville, KY 40066-0695 (502) 647-9229; Home: 615 Frankfort Rd., Shelbyville, KY 40065 (502) 647-9229 [email protected] Gary E. Thornberry (3/138) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Grand Secretary P.O. Box 538, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 (859) 294-6369 c (859) 230-7601 KING SOLOMON CHAPTER NO. 5—Meets in Louisville DeMolay Asylum, 1410 Gardiner Ln., 3rd Wed. each month, 7:30 P.M. C. C. Raleigh C. Foster, H.P.; Ronnie G. Skipper, Sec., 697 Overdale Dr., Louisville 40229, 502-957-5229. IROQUOIS CHAPTER NO. 193, R.A.M.—Meets in Robinson Lodge Hall, 6919 Applegate Ln., 2nd Wed. each month, 7:30 P.M. John Murphy, .H.P.; Gregory A. Raque, Sec., 7405 Oswego Circle, Louisville 40214, 502376-2067. HARDIN CHAPTER U.D. – Meets the 2nd Thurs. of each month at 7:30 p.m. at Morrison Lodge No. 76, Elizabethtown, KY. Junior Mink, HP; Rick Seekman, Sec., P.O. Box 731, Radcliff 40160, 270-351-2917.
ROYAL & SELECT MASTERS GRAND COUNCIL OFFICERS Burton E. Allen (65) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M. I. Grand Master 315 Patton Drive, Ashland, KY 41101 (606) 324-8071; cell (606) 232-6788 [email protected] Robert Stanford (103). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. I. Deputy Grand Master 1785 Sportsman Lake, Franklin, KY 42134; (270) 586-1786 cell (270) 535-0386 email: [email protected] Douglas W. Bunch . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Principal Conductor of Work 1550 Brawner Rd., Alvaton, KY 42122 (270) 792-9591, (270) 842-4194 [email protected] Timothy L. Owens (87/77) . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Captain of the Guard 85 Vineview Dr., Corbin, KY 40701 (606) 523-0398 [email protected] Leslie E. Black (4). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Treasurer 3006 Wickland Avenue, Louisville, KY 40205 (502) 458-1262 [email protected] J.B. Hitt, II (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Grand Treasurer 1007 Chesterton Place, Louisville, KY 40299 (502) 254-7584 [email protected] William G. Hinton, (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Recorder Office: P.O. Box 695, Shelbyville, KY 40066-0695 (502) 647-9229; Home: 615 Frankfort Rd., Shelbyville, KY 40065 (502) 647-9229 [email protected] Gary E. Thornberry (3/138) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Grand Recorder P.O. Box 538, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 (859) 294-6369 c (859) 230-7601 LOUISVILLE COUNCIL NO. 4—Meets in Louisville DeMolay Asylum, 1410 Gardiner Ln., 3rd Wed. each month, 7:30 P.M. C. Jack Boeschel, I.M.; Ronnie Skipper, Rec., 697 Overdale Dr., Louisville 40229, 502-957-5229. GLASGOW COUNCIL NO. 11 – Meets the 4th Mon. of the month at the Glasgow York Rite Bldg. Christopher Toney, I.M.; James Woods, Rec.; John Whilliams, Tresurer.` SWORD & TROWEL COUNCIL NO. 111—Meets in Robinson Lodge Hall, 6919 Applegate Ln., 2nd Wed. each month, 7:30 P.M. Chester Watson, I.M.; Gregory A. Raque, Rec., 7405 Oswego Circle, Louisville 40214, 502-376-2067. HARDIN CHAPTER U.D. – Meets the 2nd Thurs. of each month at 7:30 p.m. at Morrison Lodge No. 76, Elizabethtown, KY. Pat Jordan, IM; Rick Seekman, Recorder, P.O. Box 731, Radcliff 40160, 270-351-2917.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR GRAND COMMANDERY OFFICERS Raleigh Foster (12/36/37/52) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Commander 9917 Lancewood Rd., Louisville, KY 40229 (502) 384-4906 [email protected] Arius Holbrook, Jr. (51) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deputy Grand Commander P.O. Box 13, Ermine, KY 41815 (606) 633-7076 [email protected] Archie R. Smallwood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Generalissimo P.O. Box 1651, Louisville, KY 40201-1651 (502) 345-3788 [email protected] George F. Brooks (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Captain General 101 Sabel Ave., Versailles, KY 40383 (859) 873-1117 (859) 753-0020 [email protected] Leslie E. Black, PGC (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Treasurer 3006 Wickland Avenue, Louisville, KY 40205 (502) 458-1262 [email protected] J.B. Hitt, II (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Grand Treasurer 1007 Chesterton Place, Louisville, KY 40299 (502) 254-7584 [email protected] William G. Hinton, PGC (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Recorder Office: P.O. Box 695, Shelbyville, KY 40066-0695 (502) 647-9229; Home: 615 Frankfort Rd., Shelbyville, KY 40065 (502) 647-9229 [email protected] Gary E. Thornberry (3/138) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Grand Recorder P.O. Box 538, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 (859) 294-6369 c (859) 230-7601 JEFFERSON COMMANDERY NO. 52—Meets in Robinson Lodge Hall, 6919 Applegate Ln., 4th Wed. each month, 7:30 P.M. Jeff Therrian, I.C.; Gregory A. Raque, Rec., 7405 Oswego Circle, Louisville 40214, 502376-2067.
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Marcia Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director Juanita Bolin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director Elaine Hitt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director Sammy Perkins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Director Ex-officio Directors Diana Ford Gilroy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Worthy Grand Matron Wesdie Webb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Worthy Grand Patron Sherry Whitt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Associate Grand Matron Cole Younger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Associate Grand Patron Jan Harrison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Conductress Brenda Stull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Associate Grand Conductress Lonnie Malone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Sentinel Guild Representatives Juanita Snapp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . District 2 Sherrin Kraus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . District 21 Stella West. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adopt-a-Friend All applications for life care admission should be sent to Ms. Marcia Rice, Chairperson of the Admission Committee, c/o The Eastern Star Home in Kentucky, 923 Eastern Star Court, Louisville, KY 40204-2377 QUEEN ESTHER CHAPTER NO. 1—Meets 4th Thurs., in Reeves Masonic Hall, 4221 Hillview Ave., Shively. Ramona Hawkins, W.M.; Lana Ashby, Sec., 3413 Park Row Dr., 40216, 502-447-8986. BRIGHT STAR NO. 16–Meets at Sunset Lodge Hall, 221 Steedley Dr., 4th Monday, 7:30 p.m. Karen Taylor, W.M.; Vicki Lewis, Sec., 5206 Idlewood Lane, Louisville 40291. (502) 762-9892. VALLEY CHAPTER NO. 65—Meets at Valley Lodge Hall, 9619 Dixie Hwy., 1st Tue., 7:30 P.M. Mrs. Barbie Blakeney, W.M.; Ms. Barbara Houchin, Sec., 10202 Moonlight Way, Louisville 40272-2921, 502-937-4636. ROB MORRIS CHAPTER NO. 114—Meets 3rd Thurs. 7:30 P.M. in Masonic Hall, LaGrange. Mrs. Rhonda Martin, W.M.; Mrs. Linda Holman, Sec., 4845 East Hwy. 22, Smithfield 40068, 502-222-0431. PURITY CHAPTER NO. 116—Meets in Robinson Lodge Hall, 6919 Applegate Ln. 3rd Mon., 7:30 P.M. Dorothy C. Bennett, W.M.; Sue Sperry, Sec., 2400 Proctor Ct., Louisville 40218, 502-459-4133. BRILLIANT STAR CHAPTER NO. 153—Meets Sunset Lodge Hall, 221 Steedley Dr., 3rd Fri. of each month, 7:30 P.M. Doris Vincent, W.M.; Cassie Jarred, Sec., P.O. Box 72263, Louisville 40272, 502-935-3315. SOUTHERN STAR CHAPTER NO. 154—Meets at 3901 S. 3rd St., Louisville, 3rd Tues., 7:30 P.M. Jessica Olges, W.M.; Debbie Ballinger, Sec., 4305 Gaudet Rd., Louisville 40299, 502-267-6616. CRESCENT HILL CHAPTER NO. 265—Meets in Louisville DeMolay Commandery Asylum, 1410 Gardiner Ln., 2nd Tues., 7:00 P.M. Cheryl Wheeler, W.M.; Elaine B. Hitt, Sec., 1007 Chesterton Pl. 40299, 502254-7584. HARMONY CHAPTER NO. 273—Meets 2nd Thurs., 7:45 P.M., Okolona Lodge Hall, 8007 Blue Lick Rd., Louisville 40219. Linda Lyles, W.M.; Mrs. Gloria Sullivan, Sec., 12410 Spring Leaf Ct., Louisville 40229, 502-955-7817. MIDDLETOWN CHAPTER NO. 319—Meets Middletown Lodge, Madison Ave., Middletown, 2nd Mon., 7:30 P.M. Dora Vanderhoof, W.M.; David White, Sec., 2403Stonehurst Dr., Louisville 40242-3119, 502-326-5774. EVENING STAR CHAPTER NO. 374 — Meets 1 Thurs., in Lewis Parkland Lodge, 969 S. Second, St. Louisville; Evelyn Van Gilder, W.M.; Vickie L. Wallace, Sec., 5109 Barnes Dr., Louisville 40219; 502-966-9638. RISING SUN CHAPTER NO. 415—Meets 1st Tues., at 7:00 P.M. at Crescent Hill Lodge Hall, 204 Vale Rd., Middletown. Mrs.Jacque Johnson, W.M.; Mrs. Suzanne Davis, Sec., 3216 Wellingmoor Ave., Louisville 40218, 502-451-9724. VICTORY CHAPTER NO. 447—Meets 2nd Thurs., 7:30 P.M., Highland Park Lodge Hall, 4100 Pinecroft Dr., 40219. Madelene Naegele, W.M.; Margaret C. Meador, Sec., 12517 Nursery Ln., Louisville 40243, 502245-5437. MT. WASHINGTON CHAPTER NO. 552—Meets 3rd Thurs., at Salt River Lodge Hall, on Fisher Ln. off Hwy. 44 East in Mt. Washington at 7:30 P.M. Juanita Bolin, W.M.; William Mitchell, W.P.; Carolyn Cox, Sec., 142 Beechtree Ln., Mt. Washington 40047, 502-538-0337. FAIRDALE CHAPTER NO. 560—Meets on the 2nd Tues., 7:30 P.M. at Fairdale Masonic Hall, Mitchell Hill Rd. Ellie Fugate, W.M.; Velda Lester, Sec., 732 Shaffer Rd., Fairdale 40118, 502-366-6730. SHIVELY STAR CHAPTER NO. 566—Meets at Howard C. Reeves Masonic Bldg., 4221 Hillview, 3rd Thurs. at 7 P.M. Katherine Games, W.M.; Cheryl Wheeler, Sec., 1308 Gallant Fox Run, Louisville 40242-3604, 502425-5886. ZONETON CHAPTER NO. 576—Meets 2nd Thurs. each month at 7:30 P.M. at Zoneton Lodge on Blue Lick Rd. Pauline Whitaker, W.M.; James Watkins, W.P.; Lindell Hack, Sec., 8405 Newstead Ave., Louisville 40219, 502-290-5979.
ORGANIZATIONS AAHMED GROTTO—10703 W. Manslick Rd., Fairdale, 40118. Meets 2nd Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. Herb Zimmerman, Monarch; Glen McGaha, Sec., 8411 Jan Way, Louisville 40219, 502-966-4689. C. FRYE HALEY PAST MASTERS ASSOCIATION–Meets on the 5th Friday of each month. Jerry S. Hummel, (919) President; 270-351-5202. Everett Hallisy, (132) Secretary; 270-737-2332. KOSAIR TEMPLE, A.A.O.N.M.S.—Meets 2nd Friday in January, April, September and December at Temple, 812 S. 2nd St. Stop in for lunch M-F 11-2. Bob Frye, Potentate; Eddie Chrisman, Recorder, 812 S. 2nd St., Louisville 40203, 502-585-5412. LEXINGTON YORK RITE BODIES–Meets at the Masonic Temple, 4085 Harrodsburd Rd., (US68) Lexington, KY. 2nd Thurs. each month at 7:30 p.m. Tobey J. Adams, Secretary/Rec., P.O. Box 4688 Lexington, KY 40544; [email protected]
OLEIKA TEMPLE – Meets 1st Thurs. of each month except July & August. 326 Southland Dr., Lexington, KY 40503. Bob Drake, Potentate, 606-439-4619. David Mosley, Recorder, 606-305-5741. RIZPAH TEMPLE, A.A.O.N.M.S.—Meets 2nd Thurs. of every month except July & August, 7:30 P.M., 5530 North Main St., Madisonville 42431. Phone 270-821-3187, Fax 270-825-9179, email: [email protected], Web Site: www.rizpahshriners.org.; Randall Bowker, Potentate; James Woodard, Recorder 270-577-6098. SOCIETY OF PAST MASTERS OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY(Meets on 5th Sat. by invitation). Herbert M. Zimmerman (906), Pres.; James B. Wall (959), Sec-Treas., 7807 Bluebonnet Rd., Louisville 402582313, 502-937-5372. ST. JOHN’S DAY LEAGUE—John Shelton, Pres.; Alvin T. Wenlund, Sec. Meets 3rd Sat. at 320 Masonic Home Dr., Fitch Hall, Masonic Home 40041, 502-897-0850.
ORDER OF THE BUILDERS Central Council, Order Of The Builders Danny Rutheford (208/323) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Supreme Master Builder 3152 Old Hartsville Rd., Scottsville, KY 42164; [email protected] 270-622-7677 Tim Berry (852-323). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Supreme Secretary 100 Southern Living Drive, Scottsville, KY 42164, [email protected] 270-237-5208 Grand Chapter Of Kentucky Order Of The Builders Daniel Ryan Rutheford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Master Builder
ORDER OF DeMOLAY William G. Hinton (37-5)) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Executive Officer Active Member International Supreme Council 615 Frankfort Rd., Shelbyville, KY 40065, 502-647-9229 Matt Wemes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . State Master Councilor
ORDER OF RAINBOW FOR GIRLS Mrs. Anne P. Dukes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Supreme Inspector 4740 Brownsboro Gardens Dr., Louisville 40241, 502-425-0261
ORDER OF THE AMARANTH INC. OF KENTUCKY GRAND COURT OFFICERS Grand Royal Matron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. L. Becky Puckett Grand Royal Patron. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. K. Charles Puckett Grand Associate Matron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H. L. Ellie Hicks Grand Associate Patron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S. K. Owen Logsdon Grand Conductress. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.L. Rose Marie Payne Grand Associate Conductress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.L. Dee Robertson Grand Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.L. Yvonne Shuck Grand Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H.L. Gerri Fromme 5305 Datura Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40258 MELODY COURT NO. 16—Meets the first Tuesday each month, 7:30 P.M., Jeffersontown Masonic Lodge Hall, 10411 Watterson Tr., Jeffersontown. Mary Puckett, R.M.; Mrs. Mary Anderson, Sec., 9000 Hudson Ln., Louisville 40291, 502-239-5670. FRIENDSHIP COURT NO. 22—Meets 2nd Saturday at Robinson Lodge Hall, 6919 Applegate Ln., 7:30 P.M. H.L. Mary Kline, R.M.; S.K. Don Fromme, R.P., Mrs. Julia Dalton, Sec., 5913 Catheen Way, Louisville 40213-3221, 502-969-1945.
ORDER OF THE WHITE SHRINE OF JERUSALEM LOUISVILLE SHRINE NO. 1, W.S. of J.—Meets 1st Wed., DeMolay Commandery Asylum, 1410 Gardiner Ln., 7:30 P.M. Janet Harris, W.H.P.; Ralph C. Lawson, W.O.S.,Beverly H. Westphal, W.S., 1886 Douglass Blvd., Louisville 40205, 502-459-2277. COVINGTON SHRINE NO. 10, W.S. of J.—Meets 2nd Wed., Scottish Rite Temple, 1553 Madison Ave., Covington 41011, 7:30 P.M. Rose Marie Payne, W.H.P.; Billy E. Scolf, W.O.S.; Ms. Nancy Baker, W.S., 2990 Kingman Dr., Cincinnati 45251, 513-521-7190.
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20 09 OFF IC ER IN S TA L LA TI O NS Cassio Lodge No. 272
On January 5, 2009 the 2009 Officers were installed at Cassio Lodge No. 272. Front row, left to right: Daren Phelps, Senior Deacon; Andy Gidcumb, Tiler; Chris McKee, Master; Thomas Belicki, Junior Deacon; Brant Boone, Junior Warden; and John Embry, Senior Warden. Second row: Marty Jones, Treasurer; Nathaniel “Buster” Haynes, Marshal; Chris Burden, Chaplain; Andrew Deweese, Senior Steward; Brian McPhearson, Junior Steward; and Tim Thomas, Secretary.
Cave City Lodge No. 790
On January 3, 2009, Cave City Masonic Lodge No. 790 Officers were installed. Front row, left to right: Ronnie Skipper, Acting Marshal; Terry Morgan, Treasurer; Charles Embry, Senior Warden; Jason Johnson, Master; Carlie Likens, Junior Warden; Doug Hatcher, Secretary; and Ralph Lawson, Installing Officer. Second row: Harry Spillman, Tiler; Weslel Kingrey, Senior Deacon; Albert Ferrell, Chaplain; Will Spillman, Junior Steward; Sam Sandfur, Junior Deacon; and Lance Nicholes, Senior Steward.
St. Matthews Lodge No. 906
On December 15, the new Officers were installed by Brothers Harold Lee, Past Master, Aurora No. 633, assisted by Harold Noe of St. Matthews No. 906 as Marshal. Front row, left to right: Brandon S. Lykins, Junior Deacon; Gerald Atherton, Senior Deacon; John Pickard, Master; Randall Bell, Chaplain; and Bruce Pelham, Treasurer. Second row: J. R. Wilson, Junior Warden; Daniel T. Wolf, Senior Warden; Herbert Zimmerman, Secretary; Ramon Roig, Marshal; and Harold Lee, Installing Officer. Not pictured: Bruce Zimmerman, Tiler; Clifford Owens, Senior Steward; and Frank Pangburn, Junior Steward.
Dallasburg Lodge No. 621
On Tuesday, January 13, 2009 Dallasburg Lodge No. 621 held its Installation of Officers. A wonderful time was had by all. There were numerous Lodges represented from within the District #17 and as far away as Louisville, Frankfort, Versailles and Waddy. There were a total of five Past DDGM's on hand to watch the installation. Front, row, left to right: Bill Jackson, DDGM #17, Installing Secretary; Marshall Geoghegan, Installing Marshal. Back row: Gene Crady, Installing Officer; Keenan Suter, Treasurer; Don Towles, Chaplain; Leslie Towles, Senior Deacon; Rusty Towles, Senior Warden; Ron Burgess, Master; Lester Towles, Junior Deacon; Jim Alexander, Junior Warden; and Jackie Forsee, Secretary. Come on out for a visit on the 2nd Thursday each month at 7:30 p.m.
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