The Grand Master's Message

Dear Brothers and Sisters,                                                                        October 12, 2018

Jun 2nd Grand Master of Grand Lodge of NH / President of the Rebekah Assembly of NH joint Reception held in Bethlehem
Jun Grand Lodge Executive Board Meeting, Concord
Jun   Ashland Rebekah Lodge #67 visitation, Rebekah Degree
Jun 15-10 Massachusetts Grand Lodge Annual Session, Milford, MA
Jun 19
Cardigan Lodge #3 8/Enterprise Lodge #46, Scholarship & Veterans awards Supper, Tilton
Jun 30th PGM Francis "Red" Manock Funeral Service, Dover
Jul 14th Degree Rally, Sullivan Lodge #12, 12 candidates
Jul 27-29th NEOFA Conclave, Montville, ME
Aug  Eaton Park Family Weekend, Auburn
Aug 9th Chocoura Lodge #51 visitation, Initiatory Degree, 1 candidate
Sep   Grand Lodge Executive Board Meeting, Concord
sep 14-15th Connecticut Grand Lodge Annual Session, Southbury, CT
Sep 20 Presidential Oaks Annual Meeting of Incorporators
Sep  NH Odd Fellows/Rebekahs Scholarships Committee meeting, Concord
Oct 1 st Grand Lodge Executive Board Meeting, Concord
It's been a busy summer/fall, below is a listing of my travels:
Oct 8th Cardigan Lodge #38 visitation
Oct 10th Mascoma Lodge #20 visitation

By now, all the NH IOOF and Rebekah Lodges should have received my official visitation letter, I am looking forward to seeing and visiting with you all. This time of year is busy as District Deputy Grand Masters are busy installing lodges, and Grand Lodge Officers are sending out visitation letters. Some of you will have new lodge leadership, this is an exciting time for the new Grand's and for lodge members, as we all get used to different folks in different roles, change can be good, give it a chance and work together so that your lodge grows. My project seems to be getting great responses from the lodges that I've been to. "Educating the Orphan" or foster child is something that we can all appreciate and support. Copper Cannon Camp, the NH Foster and Adoptive Parents Association and I, are excited to give as many foster kids as possible a full week of camp experience. Please consider supporting at least one child. Just imagine what this can mean to a child or young teenager that is in the foster child system, due to none of their doing, when they learn that they will be going to camp.


In Friendship, Love, and Truth,
Patrick Doughty, GM

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