BETHEL #49 – September, 2022

Greetings Masonic Family and Friends!Well, how is your summer going?  Hot?!  Yeah, we believe it!  Hopefully you were able to renew old friendships and make lasting ones despite this gross heat and humidity (which, by the way, should be ending soon with fall less than a month away!).  We know you have missed hearing about our Warren Job’s Daughters, so we will just give you the quick highlights!   Did you

WHITE SHRINE – September 2022

Trinity Shrine #42 OWSJWorthy High Priestess: Debra WolffPhone: (330) 330-626-3015Email: debmwolff@aol.comWorthy Scribe: Roxanne YorkPhone: 330-240-5116Email: Roxanne44@yahoo.comMeetings are 4th Monday of the month, except July & August We had a lovely all Shrine picnic held at the Clarence Darrow Metroparks pavilion.  We are gearing up for a fun filled fall full of activities. We hope to see you there! Upcoming Events:Sep 10th – OSWSA 9 am Mansfield MTSep 26 – Stated

AMARANTH – September 2022

Progress Court #22 Order of the AmaranthStated Meetings 2nd Wednesday 7:30 pm Liberty Masonic Matron: Lynn Clark (330) 720-2367 lynnclark.64@yahoo.comRoyal Patron: James Lovelace (330) 338-7168 james.lovelace@davey.comSecretary: Roxanne York (330) 240-5116 Upcoming Events:Progress Court #22 had a very busy summer.  At our August meeting we welcomed members from Job’s Daughters to our annual youth night promotional and we were honored by HL Lynda Dobbins bringing us snacks to celebrate

West Farmington Rainbow, September, 2022

W. Farmington Assembly #116 International Order of the Rainbow for GirlsStated Meetings 1st & 3rd Saturdays 10:00 am West Farmington Masonic Advisor: Roxanne E. York (330) 240-5116 Roxanne44@yahoo.comWorthy Advisor: Alyssa C. W. Farmington Rainbow Assembly #116 of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls has been very busy during the summer.  We had a lovely time at Ohio Grand Assembly and brought back the following awards: a trophy

OPAL Chapter #181, September, 2022

OPAL CHAPTER 181 ‘S SEPTEMBER NEWS Our Opal Chapter’s Garden Party Picnic at the Cortland Conservation Club was lovely.  A perfect afternoon enhanced our delightful meal which turned out to be enough food to feed an Army.  Diana Martin’s entertaining games were one of the highlights of the party.  We are looking forward to next year’s already! 2023 DUES are flooding Secretary Carla Kahler’s mailbox!  If you haven’t sent yours,