Archive for February 2011

First Degree (2-8-2011)

It was an exciting night as the Brethren of Honolulu Lodge initiated two newly obligated brothers, Brother Brochure and Brother Jones. Read more

Stated Meeting (Feb 2011)

With our February 2011 Stated Meeting behind us we can definitely say in hindsight that it was more than just a simple success.

42 brethren were in attendance for our February Stated Meeting including Most Worshipful Charles L. Wegener Jr., and Worshipful Dustin Verity who is the sitting Master of Ko’olau Lodge.

Brother Diamond Robinson was installed as Junior Warden of Honolulu Lodge and presented the brethren with great topics of discussion whereby we can collectively strengthen all aspects of our Lodge.

Worshipful Garry Graham presented Worshipful Jimmy Coleman with a beautiful Masonic Timepiece in token of friendship and brotherly love, and to serve as a constant reminder to him that Honolulu Lodge will always be his Home. Worshipful Coleman has given his heart and soul to the Fraternity of Freemasonry and Honolulu Lodge in particular. While he’ll be leaving Hawaii in the weeks to come we know that his move will only improve his life, his family’s, and the beautiful country to which he proudly serves.

Worshipful Dustin Verity presented Worshipful Garry Graham with a gift on behalf of Ko’olau Lodge in token of appreciation for his help with their 2011 officers installation while Most Worshipful Charles L. Wegener Jr. presented Right Worshipful Frank M. Condello II with a certificate of appreciate and honorary plaque for his generous contributions to the Cornerstone & Columns Grand Lodge Fund.

February 3, 20116 years ago

2011 Honolulu Lodge Installation

It was a beautiful night as the brethren of Honolulu Lodge and an outstanding number of supportive brethren… Read more
February 3, 20116 years ago

USS Missouri Raising

Every year Honolulu Lodge hosts a spectacular end of the year 3rd Degree Raising in a setting of its choice… Read more

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