Bingo this evening (March 2) is canceled.
On 7 March 2015, 1:00 PM Odenton Lodge #209 has the privilege to host a luncheon honoring Past Master James Conboy.
Our Rite Worshipful Deputy Grand Master will preside over the ceremony. The Grand Marshall and Most Worshipful Past Grand Master Owens will also be in attendance.
The luncheon is open to all Brothers and their families. Dress for the event is Business casual, (collared shirt, please no jeans)
If you plan to attend, please RSVP no later than 2 March with how many will be in your party . email@example.com
I pray the weather cooperates so we can show PM Jim how much he is valued and appreciated by our Lodge.
Patrick R. Culver
Worshipful Master 2015
Odenton Lodge #209
Bingo tonight (February 16) is canceled.
The Maryland Traveling Gavel was captured on February 4 by Ionic Lodge #145, Reisterstown, MD from Odenton Lodge #209, with six brothers visiting for the capture. Ionic Lodge meets the 2nd/4th Friday at 7:30pm and welcomes all comers to capture the Gavel.
Bingo is canceled this evening.
The installation today is on!
Please remember that we have canceled the January 21st communication because our open installation will occur January 24th. That evening will be a rehearsal for the installation ceremony instead.
Congratulations to Odenton Lodge #209’s newly elected officers for the 2015 term:
Worshipful Master: Patrick Culver
Senior Warden: Cort Bossert
Junior Warden: EJ Hanlon, Jr.
Secretary: John Stoneham
Treasurer: Herb Hopke
As with last year, December’s dinner will not be a public event. Instead, it will be the second annual Odenton Masonic Community Potluck. All of our friends and family in the lodge, the Eastern Star, and all appendant bodies are invited. Please get in touch with what you will be bringing.
[ed. Words from the South and the Chaplain’s Corner will now be published on the web site and via email, as we have reduced the size of our Trestleboard.]
I hope everyone has enjoyed their precious time with family, friends, and summer fun during the past several months.
As many of us look at the glass half-full and continue to pursue happiness, we are all faced with situations that make us want to engage our Brethren for support, camaraderie, wisdom and continuous learning. On that note, we should all be impressed and thankful with the open communications that are maintained within Odenton Lodge #209, the Grand Lodge, Appendant/Concordant Bodies, and other surrounding Blue Lodges we have become very close with.
Collectively, I believe it is also very important for us all to maintain the balance of our own self knowledge, health and taking care of the distressed when needed, as we have recently witnessed. Let us all continue to thank God for the blessings and energy he has given us during the times of need and keeping ourselves circumscribed within our precepts to maintain peace and harmony throughout.
In closing, as we approach this beautiful Fall season and the holidays ahead, let us reflect in a positive manner on the subtle changes of nature, our friendships, and brotherly love. Let’s take a deep breath and remain open-minded as we transition to new activities and ensure we maintain our ongoing participation and progression of spiritual truth and knowledge.
James F. Miller, Chaplain