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Installation of Officers on Sept 29, 2020

We met at Landmark Lodge and shared dinner at 6pm. Our installation was held under new business during our meeting last night. Sion K served as Installing officer. Airon K. served was Installing Marshall Master Councilor – Airon King, LoK; Senior Councilor – Andrew Tingler LoK; and Junior Councilor – Zander Tingler LoK, remained in

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Balloon fight

We had some visitors from Landmark Lodge at our meeting last night.  They heard our report about our Bike ride and Balloon fight last month and wanted to come to the next one.  So we turned around and invited them to come – and scheduled our balloon fight for July 22 at 7:30 pm. Our

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May Updates and Donation

Hello, I hope that all of you have come through this COVID -19 quarantine period without too much stress and hardship. Our members have been holding online (Zoom) meetings once each month since the quarantine came to Florida. The Grand Lodge of Florida is relaxing its restrictions on meetings as of June 1st and we

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Virtual Meeting today

Good day! I do hope all is well with you and your families during this time. While we are prohibited from having in-person meetings until at least May 4, 2020, our Chapter is still required to hold their regular meetings virtually. The invitation to tonights meeting went out via text message but just in case

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COVID-19 UPDATE

From your Executive Officer – COVID-19 UPDATE – March 17, 2020 Dear Florida DeMolays, Advisors and supporters:This is the latest in several updates prepared as information, directives and proclamations are made by local, state and federal government and by fraternal leaders which impact our operations.This latest update is to communicate a directive issued earlier this

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Bingo Instead of Painting

At our committee meeting this Wednesday, our chapter went over plans for the painting party. The committee discussed costs, and the party was going to cost us over $1000, while we expected to make less than $400 net profit. The members decided that they would scrap the paint party and instead hold a bingo night.

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