Due to Ian’s regular business trips abroad the explanation of the Tracing Board in the First Degree has been postponed or should I say scheduled for when he is in the UK. Its been several months in the making with Ian having visited both China and Mexico since his Continue reading “Tracing Board Explanation received”
Pictures from the recent Mark Degree Fellowship Dinner at the Dunkenhalgh Hotel. It was certainly well supported and everyone had a great evening. Many members of Wycoller Mark Lodge attended and had a great time together.
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The next Pendle Lodge visit in the Nelson Masonic Hall is to Marsden within Pennine Valley Lodge 6183, on Tuesday 27th November.
The meeting is a Continue reading “Next Pendle Lodge Visit – Marsden Pennine Valley”
W.Bro Dennis Wikkins from Washington State USA asks:
Is your progression to the Royal Arch degree through that of WM? If so, is it conferred by the symbolic Lodge making Continue reading “Question from the U.S.A.”
Its been a while since we had the pleasure of interviewing a potential candidate for Freemasonry, but I’m happy to say that last nights interview went without a Continue reading “Candidate interview went well”
Thanks to the brethren who had a close look at the ritual last night and helped in making the, surprisingly very few, changes that were required. It is painfully obvious that our current written version of Pendle Lodge ritual is not quite there, and the sooner Continue reading “Ritual coming along nicely”
It’s the norm for a Pendle Lodge mason to take his time to get through to his third degree, but in Shanes case it’s been over three years. His passing took place in 2007 and only now has he managed to achieve his goal of Master Mason. The reason Continue reading “Shane makes Master Mason at last”