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NEW CARLISLE MASONIC TEMPLE

2018
110 S. Main St. New Carlisle, Ohio 45344 - www.newcarlisle100.com
Editor: Jay Maxwell - 937-307-6429 - jmax580@aol.com

HAPPY 80+
APRIL BIRTHDAY NEW CARLISLE LODGE NO. 100 F.& A.M.
Douglas Baker, W.M. 902-0698 Jay Maxwell, Secy. 307-6429
Jack Logsdon - 93
Walter W. Walker - 92
Bobby D. Burress - 88 REPLACE YOURSELF
We've been too quiet about our fraternity!
Leonard Williams - 82 Masons in Ohio in 1959 totaled 250,000 – Masons in Ohio now total 80,600
Richard D. Teach - 80
Every Brother needs to become a spokesman for Freemasonry. It's
NEW CARLISLE CRAFT CLUB important to talk with non-Masons about who we are and what we do.
Roger Thornbury, Pres. 845-9565 Seventy-six percent of new Masons joined because it is tradition in their
Robert Maxson, Secy 206-3038 family, someone they respected was a Mason or their friends or
co-workers are Masons.
Many projects scheduled for Temple
improvements and cleaning. Craft A Brother who knows of a man that he feels would make a good Mason
needed for MM Degree April 19. should talk to him about our fraternity. After the procedure for
April 5 @ 7:00 Stated Meeting obtaining membership in a Masonic Lodge is explained, the potential
April 19 @ 6:30 M.M. Degree candidate should be left to make his own decision and come of his own
free will.
New Carlisle Lodge and Craft Club Help ensure the future of our great fraternity and your lodge...
made the following donations for REPLACE YOURSELF! Make your commitment now!
the year:
Nov. 1, 2016 - Oct. 31, 2017 Lodge Calendar:
Stair Lift Chairs. . . . . . . . . . . . 6,000.00 April 01 EASTER
Building Fund. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,493.00 April 04 @ 7:00 Lodge Officer Meeting
Ohio Masonic Home. . . . . . . . . . 602.00 April 05 @ 7:00 Craft Club Stated meeting
Special Olympics. . . . . . . . . . . . . 300.00 April 12 @ 6:00 Dinner before Stated Meeting
Christmas Baskets. . . . . . . . . . . . 300.00
April 12 @ 7:00 Lodge Stated Meeting
O.M.H. Christmas Party.. . . . . . . 150.00
“Summer In The Park Concert Series”. . . . . 100.00
April 18 @ Noon Newsletter Deadline
Grand Lodge Scholarship Fund. . . . . 50.00 April 19 @ 6:00 Dinner before Master Mason Degree
Miracle Youth League. . . . . . . . . 125.00 April 19 @ 6:30 Master Mason Degree - Candidate: Charles Farris
April 26 @ 7:00 Lodge Finance Committee Meeting
TOTAL DONATIONS $ 9,120.00

NEW CARLISLE CHAPTER 57,R.A.M NEW CARLISLE COUNCIL 143 R.& S.M.
IN MEMORIAM William Berry, E.H.P. 845-8774 Steven Raiff, I.M. 408-6488
Ranold Seymour, Secy 462-9044 Ronald Seymour, Secy 462-9044

Lonnie Gilpin, Jr.


February 20, 1929 - February 20, 2018 Companions, April looks to be a busy month. April 7th we will be conferring
Brother Gilpin (89) was raised March the Royal Master and Select Master degrees open at 9AM.
29, 1980 and continued his
membership in New Carlisle Lodge April 28th is our Council inspection in the Super Excellent Master Degree, we
for 37 years. will open at 9AM.
Service Awards Dinner
Alonzo Moyer th
On the 28 of April at noon following our inspection we are having a dinner
December 30, 1926 - February 25, 2018 and presenting service awards. This is a joint event for Chapter and Council,
Brother Moyer (91) was raised June we have one fifty and one sixty year award for Council and for Chapter we
17, 1965 and continued his have two 25 year, two 50 year, three 55 year, two 60 year and two 65 year
membership for 52 years. He was also presentations to make. This event is open to all members, family and friends.
a member of New Carlisle Chapter. There will be no charge for the meal, however donations will be most
New Carlisle Lodge conducted a appreciated.
Masonic Funeral Service for Brother Please contact Ranold Seymour at 937-727-9800 or
Moyer March 2 at Burcham Tobias E-Mail ranold.seymour@gmail.com for reservations.
Funeral Home, Fairborn.
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WHAT DOES MASONRY DO FOR THE COMMUNITY


The FRATERNITY of Free and Accepted Masons is the oldest, largest, and most widely known
fraternal organization in the world. Masonry was founded on the principles of brotherly love, relief and truth
and takes seriously its responsibility to help others. Symbolic Lodge Masonry in Ohio, as well as the related
organizations, have adopted numerous charitable programs which they support strongly. In fact, the Masonic
Fraternity in the United States DAILY contributes more than $2 million to charitable causes.

OHIO MASONIC HOME


The Ohio Masonic Home’s family of services is dedicated to helping seniors through a wide range of
options. From the retirement campuses located in three areas of the state to home-based services, their caring,
knowledgeable staff is dedicated to serving you where you want to be. The retirement campuses – Springfield
Masonic Community in Springfield, Browning Masonic Community in Waterville near Toledo and
Western Reserve Masonic Community in Medina near Cleveland – are where you can forget about the
worries of home ownership and enjoy what life offers. Or take care of your needs through their assisted living
services, skilled nursing or rehabilitation services. If you prefer to stay independent in your own home, the
Ohio Masonic Home Resource Center can make life easier or more comfortable through a variety of services.
Find which service will best suit you or your loved one’s needs, call The Ohio Masonic Home Resource Center
at 877-881-1623 or visit their web sites at ohiomasonichome.org

GRAND LODGE OF F&AM OF OHIO


The Grand Lodge of Ohio offers annually two college scholarships in each of its 25 Masonic Districts.
Ohio Masons have also become major supporters of the Ohio Special Olympics, contributing more than
$100,000 every year.
The Masonic Model Student Assistance Program is a gift from the Freemasons of Ohio to the schools
in their communities. The program consists of a three-day intensive training seminar that enables core teams
of faculty and staff members to effectively identify and refer at-risk youth.

SHRINE MASONS
Shriners Hospitals for Children is a network of pediatric specialty hospitals, founded by the Shrine, where
children receive excellent medical care. There are 22 Shriners Hospitals for Children providing care for
orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries and cleft lip and palate. If the Children are covered by
insurance, the shrine hospitals now collect those funds but they do NOT bill parents/guardians for care. To date
the Shriners have spent over $3 Billion dollars on hospital operating costs.

SCOTTISH RITE MASONS


Helping children with speech and language disorders is a particular mission of Scottish Rite. They have
established many Children Dyslexia Centers throughout the United States. In creating the Children’s Dyslexia
Center, Valley of Dayton at the Dayton Masonic Temple, it has been their mission to provide professional
treatment - free of charge - to children with dyslexia. All services are available regardless of race, creed, or
Masonic relationship.

OTHER MASONIC CHARITIES


The Royal Arch Masons support Adopt America Network which finds homes for Special Needs
Children; the Royal and Select Masons support programs to help juveniles with diabetes; the Knights Templar
fund a philanthropic eye foundation; the Tall Cedars of Lebanon assists Muscular Dystrophy research; and the
Grotto provides dental care for children with special needs.