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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Founder's day - Grand Lodge of Indiana

Words cannot describe how flabbergasted I was last Wednesday when DGM Barkdull called and asked if I was going to be at Founder's Day and, Oh by the way, did I know the Grand Lodge had purchased a copy of Freemasons For Dummies for every lodge in Indiana...

I am so gratified at the reception the book has received and so honored that the GM and the GL felt it was important or good enough for every Master to take home a copy to his lodge. I had honestly intended to attend the Founder's Day session to see and hear the program, and instead would up in the lobby signing books all day. Hundreds of them.

The great part was seeing so many brothers face to face. The bad part was that I missed what so many are calling the best Founder's Day program in years.

BTW, thanks also to the brethren who stopped to pass along their compliments over the York Rite video I put together that was running down continuously by WT&Ts shop.

Kudos to MWBro. Denny Herrell and his officers for a great day. And thanks again to everyone who stopped by the table and chatted.

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