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Lodge Website Address

www.suisunlodgeno55.com

 

Facebook Address

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Suisun-Masonic-Lodge-55-FAM/313093875451335

 

 

 

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Additional Lodge Activities

Royal Arch, Chapter 43

First Wednesday of the Month

6:00 PM Dinner

 

O.E.S., Suisun Chapter #2

Second Thursday of the Month

7:30 PM Meeting

 

Montezuma Shrine Club

Third Thursday of the Month

6:00 PM Business Meeting

7:00 PM Club Meeting

 

Vacaville Commandery #38

Second Friday of the Month

7:00 PM Club Meeting

 

 

LIFE MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

(Never Pay Dues Again!)

Under age 49, 21 times annual dues

50 to 54 inclusive, 19 times annual dues

55 to 59 inclusive, 17 times annual dues

60 to 64 inclusive, 14 times annual dues

65 and over, 11 times annual dues ($990.00

                                                       

 

 

 

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AS THE SUN RISES IN THE  EAST……………

 

Greetings Brethren

 

My Brethren, the motion of the Lovers' Month, February; has slipped by fast, but my feelings of regard to you my Brethren still number one among my heart's contents.

 

 I am conveying my sincere "Happy Valentine greetings to the Brethren in Suisun Lodge #55 particularly to your sweet hearts.

Please keep on nourishing the sweet relationship with the true deed of love and affectionate language of adoration.

 

My Brethren, February 26,2016,  is our Fellow Craft passing for Brother Oliver Pasuelo at 7pm. I appreciate your support and attendance.

 

Fraternally,

Your Worshipful Master

Br. Ernie Mercado

  

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AS THE SUN IS IN THE WEST………..

 

It is a short, five-word question which an Entered Apprentice answers with an even shorter, two-word reply. Yet, once pondered, a brother can provide an extensive expository for an explanation. Furthermore, one Mason’s answer can essentially differ from another. So what makes us Masons?

It has been traditionally claimed that Freemasonry takes good men and makes them better. Without doubt, a good man can also become better even without the influence of the pure principles of Freemasonry. Furthermore, there are established organizations and social groups, not to mention religious sects, which preach, discuss, and encourage self-improving endeavors as well as charitable works. It has been mentioned before that Freemasonry is different because we maintain rituals generally unaltered since time immemorial. In my humble opinion, however, ancient rituals do not automatically make good men better nor do they truly become Masons.

Simplistically, we become part of the fraternity because we partake with the necessary rituals and ceremonies and make a solemn commitment, in the presence of God, with our Masonic brethren. In essence, however, the obligations we took and the charges that we received do not decisively make us better men.

During each ritual, a candidate is progressively presented with tenets of Freemasonry and given tools for moral improvement. Until those tenets are practiced and the tools utilized, they are merely ideas and hollow objects. Freemasonry alone does not make good men better.

Actions speak louder than words: the impact of deeds lasts longer than the glory of recognition. Let us ever endeavor, through the influence of Freemasonry, to become better men. And by becoming better men, we then become good Freemasons.

My brothers, let our obligations, words spoken, be reflected and magnified through our actions. Let our recognizable rings, pins, and automobile stickers always be eclipsed by your deeds toward all mankind, particularly our brethren in Freemasonry. These honorable actions and moral deeds will then truly answer the question, “What makes you a Mason.?”

 Author Unknown

Bro. Charlie Foronda,  Senior Warden 

        

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AS THE SUN AT MERIDIAN HEIGHT………….

 

Dear Brothers,

 

Our stated dinner will start promptly at 6:30 pm. All members, wife, friends and guests are welcome to attend.  Costs is $10.00 and dress is casual. No pajamas.

 

                                             

RSVP.  707-342-0862 or you can also email me, erning101@gmail.com

 

 

 

Change is not a remote control. YOU do have to get off your duff and do it yourself.

 

                                              

 

                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIFE MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM

 

(Never Pay Dues Again!)

 

      Under age 49, 21 times annual dues

 50 to 54 inclusive, 19 times annual dues

 55 to 59 inclusive, 17 times annual dues

 60 to 64 inclusive, 14 times annual dues

                    65 and over, 11 times annual dues ($990.00)

  

 

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CONGRATULATIONS, BRETHREN,

ON YOUR MASONIC BIRTHDAY

 

March 2016

 

Harry

Woodfill

 

65

George

Cordodor

PM

61

Kirk

Sheldon

 

46

William

Neal

 

43

William

Jewer

PM

42

Samuel

Cohen

 

40

David

Ayers

 

32

Johnny

Rasmussen

 

32

Joseph

Read

 

31

Benjamin

Latonio

 

27

William

Santos

 

23

Fredrich

Pamintuan

 

13

Tracy

Scott

 

13

Robert

Littleton

 

10

Michael

Lange

 

8

James

Ziegelman

 

8

Roosevelt

Salcedo

 

4

Mark

Sotelo

 

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     Additional Lodge Activities

Royal Arch, Chapter 43

First Wednesday of the Month

6:00 PM Dinner

   O.E.S., Suisun Chapter #2

Second Thursday of the Month

7:30 PM Meeting

Montezuma Shrine Club

Third Thursday of the Month

6:00 PM Business Meeting

7:00 PM Club Meeting

         Vacaville Commandery #38

Second Friday of the Month

7:00 PM Club Meeting

 

 

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