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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Congressional School of Instruction - Grand Lodge of Mississippi - June

WHEN:  Saturday, June 9, 2012 - 8:30am until 4:30pm
WHERE:  Fulton Lodge No. 444 F&AM, 207 South Cummings Street, Fulton, Ms.
Fulton Lodge No. 444 is hosting a Congressional School of Instruction on Saturday June 9th, 2012.

We will have a light breakfast beginning at approximately 7:30 am (coffee, biscuits).

Exemplification of Degrees will begin promptly at 8:30 am.

Schools usually go no later than 4:30 pm.

For those of you unfamiliar with the Schools, the EA will be exemplified twice, then the FC once, and finally the MM Degree once. Members and visitors may feel free to ask any and all questions pertaining to memory work, floor work, and etc. at any time during the school.

The host Lodge fills the Stations for the first EA degree. For all other degrees anyone in attendance may volunteer to fill any of the chairs.

The Grand Lecturer, Danny Alexander, PGM, will be our Master of Ceremonies.

Other topics and work may also be covered at the discretion of the Grand Lecturer.

DDGL's will be at each station to aid with floor work and/or prompt for memory work if needed.

Dinner will be provided at noon.

Dress Code: Host Lodge Officers will attend in dark suit.

Other members, visitors and guests: casual but please be sure to have on long pants, a shirt with a collar and sleeves, and closed shoes (please no sandals, crocs, or flip-flops).

Please come be with us!


Gerald Klein, WM
Fulton Lodge No. 444
Fulton, Mississippi

NOTE: The School is open to ALL Masons. Of course EA's are welcome but can only stay for the EA portion of the Work. Ditto for FC's.

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