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

Editor: Jay Maxwell - 937-307-6429 -


Roger Thornbury, Pres. 845-9565
Robert Maxson, Secy. 206-3038 Douglas Baker, W.M. 902-0698 Jay Maxwell, Secy. 307-6429

FOOD BOOTH Oct. 5 & 6 New Carlisle Ohio

Helmut Schuster - Chairman
The Craft Club will once again setup a
food both during the Heritage of Flight Festival & Parade
Festival. This will be the
11th year that the Lodge Oct. 5 & 6
has participated in this
event. This is the
Lodge’s biggest Friday October 5
fundraiser for the year
and we ask for your help
Classic Cruise - In 4 - 10 PM
Stop by our food booth in front of the Masonic Temple
in carrying out this large
and important undertaking. The profits The weekend Festival opens with a Classic Cruise-In. In past years over 800
from the sales go towards a variety of Classic Cars & Trucks have lined Main Street for one of the state’s largest
things; charitable donations, kitchen fund, cruise-ins. 50/50 Raffle. Concessions, Vendors, Carnival Rides & Games.
supporting the Masonic Association and Live Entertainment all night.
the other bodies that meet in the Temple.
Saturday October 6
Everyone’s Help Needed Parade and Festival 7:00 am - 11 pm
5K Walk/Run - 8:15 am
Booth Hours Parade of Planes and Community Parade - 11 am
Carnival rides, Games, Concessions, Vendors
3:00 Thurs. - Oct. 4 - Set up Tents 50/50 raffle and Live Entertainment
Stop by our food booth in front of the Masonic Temple
Friday Oct. 5 Impact Bethel Pancake Breakfast 7 - 10 am. at United Methodist Church,
12:00 - 3 Set up Booth Silent Auction 9 am - 10 pm., Team Fastrax Parachute Jump above Main
3:00 - 6:00 Booth Open 1st Shift Street 10:45 am, Attempt to break world record for largest group of chicken
6:00 - 9:00 Booth Open 2nd Shift dancers 1:00 pm at the main stage area. Wing eating contest 5 pm.
9:00 - 10:00 Clean Up For more information: visit

Saturday Oct. 6
8:00 - 9:00 Set Up Heritage of Flight Parade Saturday Oct. 6 @ 11 AM
9:00 - 12:30 Booth Open 1st Shift The Parade of Planes will proceed down Main Street at 11 am.
12:30 - 3:00 Booth Open 2nd Shift Community sponsored floats, local bands, celebrities, and mascots, plus
3:00 - 5:00 Clean Up an amazing display of modern and historical aircraft make this one of the
most spectacular parades in the region. New Carlisle Lodge will
A sign up schedule is posted on the
participate in the parade and pass out candy.
bulletin board at the lodge. Please check
your schedules and allocate some of your
time for our Food Booth. We encourage New Carlisle Lodge Dates
you to bring your wives, girlfriends, adult
Oct. 05 Food Booth and Car Show
family members and even friends that may
be interested in Masonry. Oct. 06 Food Booth and Parade
A complete festival schedule can be found Oct. 11 @ 5:30 - Lodge Officer Meeting
at the website Oct. 11 @ 6:00 - Taco Dinner Before Stated Meeting
Contact: Helmut Schuster, Chairman Oct. 11 @ 7:00 - Stated Meeting - Review Grand Lodge Legislation
e-mail: Oct. 12 & 13-Grand Lodge Annual Meeting - Sandusky, Ohio
Oct. 17 Noon - November Newsletter Info Deadline
Oct. 4 @ 7PM Craft Club Stated meeting Oct. 18 @ 7:00 - Past Masters meeting - Officers will attend

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 year’s Grand Lodge.

Items to be voted on:

1. Election to honorary membership shall be by written ballot and require 2/3 affirmative vote of members present.
It now reads the vote shall require a unanimous ballot.
2. Clarify what is required if Lodges allow Alcohol to be served in a Masonic Temple.
1. Comply with all federal, state and local laws.
2. Alcohol may not be used in any dedicated lodge room.
3. Alcohol may not be used for beverage purpose during Table Lodge Ceremony.
4. Prior to serving or allowing the use by lodge members of alcohol at a Lodge activity, held in non-dedicated
areas of the building a Lodge must;
a. Consult an attorney for a written determination of the conditions under which it can serve, use or allow
the use of alcoholic beverages to or by its members.
b. Obtain a liquor license if required.
c. Consult with insurance company and acquire appropriate insurance.
5. The Lodge membership must signify its assent to serving or use of alcohol beverages by adoption of a Lodge
Standing Resolution to that effect. Secure written permission from Temple Company.
6. Inform youth groups in writing that alcohol may be present in the building.
3. Create a Grand Lodge Membership Development Committee appointed by the Grand Master each year.
4. Add the Chairman of the Membership Committee to the Grand Lodge Advisory committee.
5. Allow a member of a Lodge that is consolidating to re-designate his Endowed Membership to another Ohio Lodge
with which he affiliates within 90 days of the consolidation date.
Item to be read for the first time.
A. Resolution No.18
Allow the creation of Goose and Gridiron Lodge No. 1717
It will operate as an English style Lodge. Its members shall be restricted to Master Masons. The purpose of the Lodge
shall be to hold tyled meetings to study, appreciate, and share the customs and rituals that imbue the fraternal
experience in England. It will meet 4 times a year. Wear English style regalia. Open in the EA, FC or MM Degree.

OCTOBER BIRTHDAY Richard Boitnott, E.H.P. 405-3798 Steven Raiff, I.M. 408-6488
Ranold Seymour, Secy 462-9044 Ranold Seymour, Secy 462-9044

Wow has time flown by summer is over and it is time to get back to work! HP
Boitnott has called two special convocations, 7pm Oct 23rd for the conferral of
the Mark Master and Past Master degrees, and Nov 13th at 7PM for our annual
inspection, we will be in the Most Excellent Master Degree this year. At our
Everett H. Blount - 96 September meeting the finance committee reported on the meeting held over
Raymond L. Trueblood - 88 the summer, there will be a reading and discussion of their recommendation for
Harry Stuck Jr. - 87 dues increase at the Oct 16th Stated Convocation, this subject affects both
William Berry - 84 Chapter and Council. Your attendance and input on Oct 16th, will be most
David L. Hobson - 82 Oct. 16 @ 7:00 PM New Carlisle Chapter/Council Stated Meeting

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