Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Traveling to Houston, Texas This Week

I'm looking forward to being in Houston, TX on Thursday and Friday this week. Thursday evening, I'll be attending the Houston Scottish Rite meeting. Houston has one of the largest Scottish Rite Valleys under the Supreme Council 33°, Southern Jurisdiction, with over 6,500 members.


On Friday February 26th 2010, Gray Lodge No. 329 and Jacques DeMolay Lodge No. 1390 A.F. & A. M. are hosting a city-wide table lodge in Houston, Texas. Any Mason ( EA, FC , MM) in recognition with the Grand Lodge of Texas is invited to attend.

Dinner begins at 7 pm at Arabia Shrine Center, 10510 Harwin Drive, Houston, TX 77036

I will have the happy honor of being the speaker for the evening.

From the official notice for the event:

The Table Lodge is one of the oldest Masonic traditions. This modern practice of Masonry was first perfected in the taverns and inns of Scotland and England, where early Lodges met and celebrated the social virtues of the Craft at the table. A Table Lodge should be an extravaganza of Masonic fellowship, of feasts, lectures and togetherness. Come join the festivities of one of Masonry's greatest traditions.


Tickets are $50, including meal, drinks and parting gift. Contact Roberto Sanchez or Tony Bass for tickets.

Officers of Jacques DeMolay Lodge No. 1390, Houston, TX

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