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By: Harry W. Jenkins II
District Deputy Grand Master
District 4
Harry W. Jenkins II, District Deputy Grand Master, District 4

You joined Freemasonry for your own reasons. Now that you are a Brother why are you just sitting there?

Have you visited another Lodge in the last year in your district? What about outside your district.

I was asked by Companion and Sir Knight Stephen Balke if I would like to go to Grand Encampments Easter Observance in Tempe AZ, a month after I became a Companion/Sir Knight of the York Rite. This was the start of my Masonic travels.

If you are only involved with Blue Lodge then get a Masonic Passport, then plan and visit all the Lodges in your district. You do not have to visit them all in a year but why not. Once you have completed your district start visiting outside your district. Have you gone to Grand Lodge Annual Communication? Remember you do not need to be an officer to attend.

If you are a member of a side body like Scottish Rite, Shrine and or York Rite, then plan on attending the Scottish Rite Valley Reunion or Shrine Ceremonial or York Rite Festival or all of them, to name a few. You can also go out of state and visit other states sessions.

What about the Youth Groups? Have you attended the Rainbow DeMolay or Jobs Daughters meeting? What about Rainbow Grand Assembly or the DeMolay State Conclave.

These are just some of the visitations available so get off your backside and get out there and visit.

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