Ever wonder about our auditorium's mystical frieze that curiously meanders around the mezzanine? This Thursday is your chance to learn more about these archaic imitations of ancient Egyptian and there significance to Masonry.
The 31st degree, Inspector Inquisitor, will be portrayed this evening by the Brothers of Glen Avon Lodge #306. The title of this Degree conveys the thoughts of self-examination. Every man, and more especially every Mason, should meditate prayerfully and soberly on his thoughts and acts of the day. The wrongs of today must not be repeated on the morrow, for each day should add some light and truth for our guidance for the next, and then as time goes by, our characters should be so far above reproach, so filled with the love of our fellowman, that the world would instinctively say: "There is a good man, for he is a Mason." To correct the faults of others, to admonish with love and forbearance, is a duty we owe each other, but never to judge, for that is a divine prerogative alone. by Charles David Hall, 33°
Our schedule for Thursday, March 17th:5:30 PM Social Hour in the Lounge 6:00 PM Dinner: Pork chops, Mixed vegetable, Scalloped potato, Rolls & Butter, and Dessert.7:15 PM 31st Degree - Inspector Inquisitor
Upcoming Events:03/23 No Meeting (work night for Fast Class)03/24 & 25 Scottish Rite Fast Class03/30 Reunion Banquet & Extinguishing Program: Mental Health4/06 No Meeting (MN Grand Lodge)
For more information about the Duluth Valley Scottish Riteplease view our website: http://www.duluthmc.org/srabout/and/or our Spring bulletin: http://www.duluthmc.org/bulletin/