Welcome to the Masonic Tribune, where you can access today’s latest copy or find archived copies.
First, we extend to you our greetings and a heartfelt “Mer-
ry Christmas and Happy New Year!” As this holiday season
unfolds and we perhaps travel to be with family and friends
please be safe and enjoy the warm feelings that especially
surround this time of year.
With this issue we mark the half-way point in the Grand Lodge
Year, and with it the half-way point in our publication sched-
ule. We (the PR Committee) are ramping up to post to the
Grand Lodge Website and will use some of the material sub-
mitted for that purpose.
We know that many Lodges have a special event every year,
such as the “Christmas Angels” distribution in Bremerton, the
Masonic Symphony, the various Loggers Degrees, the annu-
al Open Air Degrees, and the annual Unity March in DuPont.
All of these are grist for the mill and you should be sending
us information on your special events. Many of our Lodges
and Districts are looking for ideas on new events to try. Share
them here and we will see some very fruitful results from our
planting of seeds.
Masons are not known for being particularly reticent, and
here is a perfect platform to chat up your Brothers with your
tales of derring do and wild adventures. Plain old shop talk is
Our production schedule is fairly tight, so please do your best
to meet our published deadlines. Spring Issue – February 10,
and the Summer Issue – May 10. Late submissions will not be
accepted due to the production schedule