Worshipful Dillon Ingram

Master’s Message – May 2022

Greetings, brethren! As some of you may know, May is Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month. In the spirit of this, and to both celebrate as well as shed some light on what may be a lesser-known corner of Masonic history, I’m going to take this time to highlight some important...

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Worshipful Dillon Ingram

Master’s Message – April 2022

Greetings, Brethren! A happy April to you, along with the many days of observance and remembrance it brings. I’d like to open this month’s address with an amusing conversation I had recently: I was showing this year’s challenge coin to a friend of mine – the one that lists the...

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Worshipful Dillon Ingram

Master’s Message – March 2022

Greetings, brethren. Hard to believe we’re a quarter of the way through the year already – not that anyone is counting, especially the Worshipful Master (we never do anything like that). In the blink of an eye, spring will be upon us. While in practical terms, spring in the great...

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Worshipful Dillon Ingram

Master’s Message – February 2022

On Moving, Growth, and the Future of the Lodge Greetings, Brethren! We find ourselves in the month of February, notable for, among other events, the Lunar New Year (happy Year of the Tiger!), Black History Month, 2/2/22, Valentine’s Day, and, of course, one of my personal favorite holidays, Feb. 15th...

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Worshipful Dillon Ingram

Master’s Message – January 2022

Greetings, brethren, and welcome to 2022 (hopefully not pronounced “Twenty-Twenty, II”). We at last find ourselves in the New Year – a time of beginnings and endings, comings and goings, meetings and partings. Indeed, the very month we find ourselves in was originally named for Janus (or Ianus, pronounced ee-yan-oos,)...

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Master’s Message – March 2020

Dear Brethren, Last month we Initiated Brothers Chad Mcmurray and Matt Dugan. Congratulations to you! It is an honor and a privilege to call you my Brothers. I am looking forward to the rest of your journey both as Masons and as upstanding citizens. I hope you get out of...

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