Pendle Lodge enjoyed their March meeting with an explanation of the First Degree Tracing Board. This part of the first-degree journey is always presented within a couple of months of a new candidate being initiated, and this month we had the pleasure of explaining its features and lessons to Continue reading “J.W. – Shocked by tracing board”
Queens Jubilee Lodge meetings are always a happy affair and February meeting was just that. The main business of the evening was an explanation of the second-degree tracing board, to be presented by the WM Bro John Smith. Numbers on this Continue reading “APGM enjoys tracing board the long way.”
Entered Apprentice Bro Joshua Ashworth took another step in his masonic learning at the January meeting of Pendle Lodge. The First Degree Tracing Board is an amazingly interesting piece of decoration within the lodge and when it is explained Continue reading “Understanding the Tracing Board”
The night of the first degree tracing board started off really well, everything was prepared like clockwork, and the officer sashes made ready, the festive room was organised meticulously. We had one guest and others could not attend due to illness. Continue reading “First Degree Tracing Board by Darren Haigh”
Once again we made Continue reading “Ritchie receives tracing board explanation”
It matters not how many times you witness a rendition of the First Degree Tracing board, you cannot be impressed by how much more you learn at each delivery. Last nights explanation Continue reading “Tracing Board and Changes for Pendle Lodge”
Bro. Ian Duxbury has been due to receive an explanation of the Second Degree Tracing board for several months now, but seeing as he is regularly away on business it has taken some time to do just that. Continue reading “Tracing Boards don’t come much bigger!”
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”
W.Bro Roy Langtree is once again on his travels, albeit not very far this time. He will be presenting his rendition of the second degree tracing board for the junior brethren of Marsden within Pennine Valley Lodge who meet at Bradshaw Street Masonic Hall Nelson this coming Tuesday the 22nd November. I’m sure he and the brethren of that Lodge would welcome your support and promise you a good night of Freemasonry to boot.
Brierfield Lodge which meets on the 21st September will feature our very own WBro Roy Langtee who will deliver his rendition of the second degree tracing board. Visitors are very welcome but Brethren intending to dine are requested to contact WBro David Biggs (Tel: 01282 441170 or 07836 582438) not later than the Friday prior to the Lodge meeting, with details of guests and special dietary requirements (if any), to ensure that sufficient meals are available. It should be a very entertaining evening.