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October Trestleboard 2022

The October Trestleboard is now available for download: Download PDF     Our open educational discussion – this month is on “The Plumb.” and reviewing Next year's proposed budget. thanks to the dip in the Market, will be a little more austere than our current budget. Not to worry, however, the only significant cuts have been tothe unused areas of “fat” for this year. We expect to enjoy a well-planned year ofeducation mixed with...

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September Trestleboard 2022

The September Trestleboard is now available for download: Download PDF   St. John’s Lodge received its charter on September 4, 1860. and incorporated on January 24, 1861, was the city’s only Masonic Lodge until 1873.Today it’s one of the oldest continuously operating corporations in the State of Washington and the third oldest in Seattle (after the Sisters of Providence and the Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle). ...

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July Trestleboard 2022

The July Trestleboard is now available for download: Download PDF   Summertime is once again upon us. That means many of our Lodges are Dark. But that does not end the search for Light due to a lack of Masonic events to attend. Where can you find that Light over the summer with Brothers from around Western Washington? Simply put, Master Mason (third degree) Open Air Degree event at the Masonic Family Park will...

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June Trestleboard 2022

The June Trestleboard is now available for download: Download PDF Our Deputy of the Grand Master for this District made his “official” and parting visit to St. John’s last month representing and bringing greetings from our Grand Master. He recommended a book by don Miguel Ruiz entitled “The Four Agreements,” In The Four Agreements, don Miguel Ruiz reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering....

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May Trestleboard 2022

The May Trestleboard is now available for download: Download PDF   District 5’s Deputy of the Grand Master will bring greetings from the Grand Master this month. The Deputy of the Grand Master is charged with the responsibility, among many, to make an “official” visit to each Lodge in his district at least once during the Masonic year. He has frequently joined in our various proceedings, including some of our weekly Zoom sessions....

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