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110 S. Main St. New Carlisle, Ohio 45344 -

Editor: Jay Maxwell - 937-864-1747 -


Roger Thornbury, Pres. 845-9565
Curtis Hamlin, Secy. 304-638-4387

FOOD BOOTH Sept 30 & Oct. 1

Helmut Schuster - Chairman
The Craft Club will once again setup a
food both during the Heritage Festival of
Flight. This will be the 9th year that the
Lodge has participated in this
event. This is the Lodges
biggest fundraiser for the year
and we ask for your help in
carrying out this large and
important undertaking. The
profits from the sales go towards a variety
of things; charitable donations, kitchen
fund, supporting the Masonic Association
and the other bodies that meet in the
Temple. Everyones Help Needed
(Lodge, Chapter and Council Members)

Booth Hours
Friday Sept. 30
12:00 - 3:00 Set Up
3:00 - 6:00 Booth Open 1st Shift
6:00 - 9:00 Booth Open 2nd Shift
9:00 - 10:00 Clean Up

Saturday Oct. 1
8:00 - 9:00 Set Up
9:00 - 12:30 Booth Open 1st Shift
12:30 - 4:00 Booth Open 2nd Shift
4:00 - 6:00 Clean Up
A sign up schedule is posted on the
bulletin board at the lodge. Please check
your schedules and allocate some of your
time for our Food Booth. We encourage
you to bring your wives, girlfriends, adult
family members and even friends that may
be interested in Masonry.
A complete festival schedule can be found
at the website
Contact: Helmut Schuster, Chairman
cell: 244-2895 or e-mail:
Oct. 6 @ 7PM Craft Club Stated meeting

Everett H. Blount - 94
Raymond L Trueblood - 86
Harry Stuck Jr. - 85
William Berry - 82
David L. Hobson - 80


Steven Raiff, W.M. 408-6488

Jay Maxwell, Secy. 864-1747

New Carlisle Ohio

Festival & Parade
Sept. 30 & Oct. 1
Friday September 30
Classic Cruise - In 4 - 10 PM
Stop by our food booth in front of the Masonic Temple
The weekend Festival opens with a Classic Cruise-In. In past years over 800
Classic Cars & Trucks have lined Main Street for one of the states largest
cruise-ins. 50/50 Raffle. Live Entertainment all night. Concessions/Vendors.
Carnival Rides & Games.

Saturday Oct. 1
Parade and Festival 7:00 am - 11 pm
5K Walk/Run - 8:30 am
Parade of Planes and Community Parade - 11 am
Carnival rides, Games, Concessions & Vendors Bake Sale, 50/50 raffle,
Toddler Rocket Races, Pedal Plane Fly-Offs, Live Entertainment
Stop by our food booth in front of the Masonic Temple
Impact Bethel Pancake Breakfast 7 - 10 am. at United Methodist Church,
Silent Auction 9 am - 10 pm., Team Fastrax Parachute Jump above Main
Street 10:45 am, Attempt to break world record for largest group of chicken
dancers 1:00 pm at the main stage area., Wing eating contest 5 pm.
For more information: visit

Heritage of Flight Parade Saturday Oct. 1 @ 11 AM

The Parade of Planes will proceed down Main Street at 11 am. Community
sponsored floats, local bands, celebrities, and mascots, plus an amazing
display of modern and historical aircraft make this one of the most
spectacular parades in the region. New Carlisle Lodge will participate in
the parade and pass out candy. If you would like to ride in the Parade,
check at our Food Both for the location of the staging area by 10:15 am.

New Carlisle Lodge Dates

Sept. 30 Food Booth and Car Show
Oct. 01 Food Booth and Parade
Oct. 05 @ 7:00 - Lodge Officer Meeting
Oct. 13 @ 7:00 - Stated Meeting - Review Grand Lodge Legislation
Oct. 14 & 15-Grand Lodge-Kalahari Convention Center, Sandusky, OH
Oct. 19 Noon - November Newsletter Info Deadline


New Carlisle Lodge No. 100 F. & A.M.

The following Grand Lodge Legislation will be discussed at our October Stated Meeting
Our three delegates to the Grand Lodge will be voting on the following legislation and would like your input. Listed below are the items to
be considered and will be discussed at our October meeting. The full text of each proposed change will be available at the October meeting.
Numbered items will be voted on. Lettered items were received after last years Grand Lodge.
Items to be voted on
1. With approval of the Grand Master, allow Lodges and Temple Companies to rent or lease any portion of the Temple, with the
exception of the Lodge Room, and allow the use of alcohol.
2. Permit the use of Masonic emblems in Masonic publications to distinguish businesses owned or connected with a Master Mason.
3. Voting in Grand Lodge, In no case shall a voting member, by virtue of any proxy or proxies, cast more than one vote.
4. Allow names of candidates for degrees to be sent by electronic mail or digital media that is restricted to members of the Craft, or closed
Masonic social media groups.
5. No Ohio Mason shall endorse officially, circulate letters or other promotional material which is to be used for personal gain. Any proceeds
(profits) derived from a trip must be for a specific charity approved by the Grand Master or split among all of those participating.
6. Remove in its entirety Sec 34.01 - It shall be unMasonic to be in possession of any ritual not authorized by The Grand Lodge.
7. Grand Lodge Attendance and Expense Allowances: Remove all reference to paying milage and per diem to representatives from each Lodge.
District Deputy Grand Masters and District Education Officers will be given a stipend instead of actual expenses for visiting their Lodges.
8. Amendments to the Code: Change required approval from two thirds to a majority of voting members present.
9. Clarify that the $2.20 collected each year with Grand Lodge Dues for the Ohio Masonic Home will go directly to the Home General Fund.
10. If more than one candidate present upon whom the EA Degree will be conferred and one of the candidates is the son of a Master Mason,
the son shall then elect whether or not he desires to be initiated first.
Items to be read for the first time.
A. Add to Sec. 11.05 All lotteries, games of chance and raffles of every kind and character, by or under the management or supervision of
Lodges within the Jurisdiction of this Grand Lodge, are hereby prohibited.
B. It shall be UnMasonic conduct, punishable by expulsion, for any member to practice, participate or encourage bisexual, pre and post op
transgender, polygamy, pedophile, incestuous, cross species or cross living domains sexual behavior.
C. It shall be UnMasonic conduct, punishable by expulsion, to practice or participate or encourage homosexual behavior.
D. When a brother appeals the decision of the Trial Panel, the Grand Secretary will forward a notice of appeal to the Trial Commissioner.

Kenneth L. Deurno


William Berry, E.H.P.
Ranold Seymour, Secy


Robert Maxson, I.M.
Timothy Holiga, Secy.

March 19, 1945 - August 3, 2016

Brother Deurno (71) was raised November
New Carlisle Chapter / Council Calendar
17, 1984 and continued his membership in Monday-Tuesday-October 3 & 4-Grand Council Communication/ Kalahari Resort
New Carlisle Lodge for 31 years.
& Conventions, Sandusky, Ohio
Wednesday-Thursday-October 5 & 6-Grand Chapter Convocation/ Kalahari Resort,
Robert E. Spence
& Conventions Sandusky, Ohio
February 26,1936 - September 5,2016
Brother Spence (80) was raised June 25, October 18-Stated Chapter/Council-7 and 8 0'clock respectively
1964 and continued his membership for 52 October 22-Reconsecration Ceremonies of American Union Chapter No.1, R.A.M.
years. New Carlisle Lodge will conduct a Marietta, Ohio-American Union Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, Chartered June 16,
Masonic Funeral Service for Bro. Spence 1792, cordially invites all to celebrate 200 plus years of continuous existence under
October 2, at 2:30 p.m. at the New the jurisdiction of the Grand Chapter of Ohio.
Carlisle Fraternal Order Of Eagles.
Sunday-October 23-Religious Reaffirmation Day for the Chapters in the Sixth
George S. Trego
Capitular District 2:00 p.m. at the Ohio Masonic Home.
April 3, 1921 - July 24, 2015
Brother Trego (94) was raised May 25, Saturday-October 29-Ceremonial 200th Anniversary One-Day Class to be held at the
1948 and continued his membership in Cleveland Masonic Auditorium, 3615 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio/Registration 8
New Carlisle Lodge for 67 years.
a.m. degree work, 9 a.m. Grand High Priest Reception, Holiday Inn, Independence,
David A. Werntz
Ohio, 6:00 p.m. Social Hour Grand Banquet, 7:00 p.m.
November 19, 1951 - April 26, 2016
Brother Werntz (64) was raised June 14, Tuesday-November 1-Chapter rehearsal for the Mark Master Degree-7:00 p.m.
1980 and continued his membership in Tuesday-November 8-New Carlisle Chapter 163rd Annual Inspection. Mark Master
New Carlisle Lodge for 36 years.
Degree-7:00 p.m