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Sunday, May 13, 2012

Thanks to Massachusetts Brethren

My deepest thanks to MW Richard Stewart, Grand Master of Massachusetts, and all of his officers and committee members for the phenomenal job they did at yesterday's events in Boston. I have been to lodges and grand lodges all over the country and the world and I can honestly say that the Grand Master's Table Lodge was one of the most impressive, memorable and fun events it has been my extreme privilege to attend. Everything was first class and every detail was perfect, right down to the 70 Masons who served as waitstaff for the 260 attendees. It was truly an incredible experience, and I am honored by so much that was said during the course of the day. It will go down as one of the greatest experiences of my Masonic life.

I learned much about their signature charity, the Masonic Medical Research Laboratory, and was happy and honored to be a part of the events that raised money for this wonderful facility. Thanks to Brother Ron Kamp for his dedicated work in telling the story of the MMRL. It is truly a Masonic charity that is making a difference in the world and well worth our wholehearted support.


  1. Bro. Chris,
    It was a wonderful day in many respects and the wit, wisdom, and Brotherhood you shared was a big part of that.
    Safe travels until we meet again,
    Bro. Scott
    Wor. Scott M. Sherman

  2. Bro. Chris,

    Thank you so much for coming out, it was great to have you for the day here in Massachusetts. I hope to meet you again at some point in the future.




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