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July 2024



Meetings

1st Thursday (No meeting - July 4th)

3rd Thursday (Stated)


***Dinner at 6:30 pm***

***Meeting starts at 7:30 pm***


Jacket and Tie

4093 NW 4th Ave.

Boca Raton, FL 33431

(561) 501-0545

 

Mailing Address

Boca Delray Lodge 171

PO BOX 811113

Boca Raton FL 33481-1113


PLEASE INFORM THE SECRETARY OF ANY

EMAIL, PHONE OR ADDRESS CHANGES.

Lodge Secretary

R∴W∴ Michael P. Sinatra - (561) 613-8094

 

Index:


 

Lodge Officers


Worshipful Master:

Rafael Nioac de Salles

(561) 929-6499

Senior Warden:

Nick Richard

(561) 699-5583

Junior Warden:

Eric Figueroa

(917) 544-8879

Secretary:

R∴W∴ Michael P. Sinatra

(561) 613-8094

Treasurer:

W∴ Anthony Denton

(561) 322-8492

Chaplain:

W∴ Howard Zimmerman

(561) 512-5143

Marshal:

Paul Goldstein

(561) 271-6138‬

Senior Deacon:

Derik Brasher

(832) 835-4900‬

Junior Deacon:

Jesse Mercado

(954) 422-3999‬

Senior Steward:

Giuseppe Garufi

(954) 682-2584

Junior Steward:

Garfield Heron

(954) 871-6341

Tyler:

Benjamin Cohen

(561) 376-6596



Most Worshipful Grand Master

M∴W∴G∴M∴ Donald W. Cowart


District Deputy Grand Master

R∴W∴ Ramon M. Voils - (561) 797-5133


District Instructor

R∴H∴ Roy D. Strohacker - (561) 329-2261


Lodge Secretary

R∴W∴ Michael P. Sinatra - (561) 613-8094

 

Lodge Committees


Finance: Chairman: S.W. Nick Richard

Members: R∴W∴ Rex Bradford, R∴ H∴ Sal Musumeci, W∴ Anthony Denton, Brother Shelly Pittleman


Property / Rental: Chairman: J.W. Eric Figueroa

Members: R∴W∴ Rex Bradford, W∴ Anthony Denton


Public Relations / Social Media Communications: Chairman: W∴ Alexandre Ferrari

Members: W∴M∴ Rafael Nioac de Salles, Brother Benjamin Cohen, W∴ Howard Zimmerman


Board of Relief: Chairman: W∴ M∴ Rafael Nioac de Salles

Members: S.W. Nick Richard, J.W. Eric Figueroa


Charity: Chairman: S.W. Nick Richard

Members: Brother Giuseppe Garufi, W∴M∴ Rafael Nioac de Salles, Brother Shelly Pittleman


Visitor Examination: Chairman: S.D. Derik Brasher

Members: Chaplain W∴ Howard Zimmerman, J.D. Jesse Mercado


Vigilance: Chairman: J.W. Eric Figueroa

Members: R∴W∴ Rex Bradford, R∴H∴ Salvatore Musumeci, W ∴Alexandre Ferrari


Petitions / Investigations: Chairman: W∴ Mark Angstrom

Members: J.D. Jesse Mercado, S.W. Nick Richard, S.S. Patrick Quirk, R∴H∴ Sal Musumeci, Errol Lamberson


Degree Ritual and Education: Chairman: R∴H∴ Sal Musumeci

Members: Brother Benjamin Cohen, J.W. Eric Figueroa, S.W. Nick Richards Mentor: W∴ Mark Angstrom


Funeral Committee: Chairman: R∴W∴ Rex Bradford

Members: S.D. Eric Figueroa, W∴ Mark Angstrom, W∴M∴ Rafael Nioac de Salles


Parking/Portico/Library: Chairman: W∴M∴ Rafael Nioac de Salles

Members: W∴ Anthony Denton, R∴H∴ Salvatore Musumeci, W∴ Alexandre Ferrari


Endowment Fund: Appointed Members

1 Year (2024): Sam Goldstein, Paul Goldstein

2 Years (2024 - 2025): W:.Mark Angstrom, W:. Anthony Denton

3 Years (2024 - 2026): R∴ W∴ Rex Bradford, R∴H∴ Salvatore Musumeci

 

From the East


My Esteemed Brethren of Boca Delray Lodge No. 171,


As we move into the month of July, I am pleased to share several important updates and events that highlight our Lodge's ongoing activities and accomplishments.


First, let’s acknowledge the significant contributions from our Senior Warden, Junior Warden, Secretary, and Chaplain in this month's Trestleboard. We are also reposting the heartfelt poem by Brother Heron from last month.


1. Master Mason Association (MMA) Meeting: Tonight, July 1st, we will host the MMA meeting at Boca Delray Lodge. Dinner will be served at 6:30 pm, followed by the meeting at 7:30 pm. EAs and FCs are welcome for dinner, but the meeting is for MMs only. I encourage everyone to attend since we will not have a Lodge meeting this week due to the 4th of July.


2. Visit to Masonic Home: Our visit to the Masonic Home is scheduled for Saturday, July 13. We will meet at the Lodge at 6:00 am and depart by 6:30 am. Brother SW Nick Richard is organizing the list of attendees and carpool arrangements. Please contact him to RSVP at nickdrichard@gmail.com or (561) 699-5583.


3. Passing of Brother Eilia Jahjah: We extend our deepest condolences on the passing of Brother Eilia Jahjah. On June 30, ten Brothers from our Lodge attended his Masonic Funeral, representing our Lodge and paying our respects.


4. Grand Master Official Visit (GMOV): If you plan to attend the GMOV on October 26th, please RSVP by sending an email to RW Voils (rvoils@comcast.net), copying me, with the following information:

- Name

- Title

- Lodge and Lodge #

- Telephone Number

- Number of Guests (Ladies Name if attending)

Please send your RSVP no later than July 6th. RW Voils will hold seats for our district until this date. After that, we cannot guarantee seats.


5. New Balloting Rule: To make our meetings more comfortable, we will now place the ballot as the first item on the agenda. This change allows Brothers to use the restroom if needed without concerns about the Digest rule on not leaving the Lodge during the ballot.


6. Summer Dress Code: We are now observing the summer dress code. Brethren should wear shirts and pants (no jeans). Officers are still required to wear formal tuxedos or dark suits.


7. Officer’s Line: I want to congratulate and thank Brother Giuseppe Garufi as Senior Steward, Brother Garfield Heron for accepting the position of Junior Steward, and Brother Benjamin Cohen for accepting the vital position of Tyler. Thank you, Brothers, for your dedication and commitment to Freemasonry and our Lodge.


8. Blazing Star: Our Lodge appreciates the new Blazing Star, an idea of W∴ Ferrari, made by Brother Miguel and donated to our Lodge. Thank you, W∴ Ferrari and Brother Miguel.


Finally, I wish a Happy July 4th to all Brothers and their families. Enjoy the celebrations, stay safe, and remember that there will be no meeting on the first Thursday of July due to the holiday.


Fraternally and sincerely,


Rafael Nioac de Salles

Worshipful Master

Boca-Delray Lodge No. 171

F. & A.M.


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From the West



Greetings from the West Brethren,


I just wanted to wish all of you a happy Fourth of July! I will miss seeing all of you this week, but if anyone needs or wants anything, feel free to reach out!


A bit of Masonic education: I encourage my Brothers to read or re-read our Masonic Etiquette (click here GL208). Sharing the item about Aged and Infirm :


"AGED AND INFIRM: Members of a Lodge who, because of age or infirmity, find it either difficult or impossible to attend at the assemblies of their Brethren stand in need of special consideration at the hand of their Lodge; and because of their condition, no others are so peculiarly appreciative of the kindness or courtesies that may be shown them. A Lodge will maintain its contacts with them unbroken; will see that they are visited; will send them messages on special occasions, and perhaps encourage its members to remember them now and again with appropriate gifts or other reminders. Some Lodges follow the admirable custom of setting aside once each year a “Patriarch’s Night” in honor of its aged members; others make it a practice at certain intervals to send a vehicle for such as are physically able to attend Lodge, but have not the means."


If you are planning to attend our visit to the Masonic Home on July 13, please contact me at nickdrichard@gmail.com or (561) 699-5583. I am organizing the list of drivers and carpooling.


Let us keep our fraternity strong and increase our communication among Brothers. If you want to help or need anything, please reach out!


Fraternally and with warm regards,


Nick Richard Senior Warden

Boca-Delray Lodge No. 171

F. & A.M.


 

From the South

Greetings from the South Brethren!


George Washington’s many virtues have inspired Masons to regard him as a true exemplar of the dignity and morality that our Craft espouses. He was twenty years old when he was initiated into Freemasonry and learned its beautiful lessons. But we know that Washington was already thinking about values and decorum years prior to that.


Francis Hawkins’ 1661 book, Youth’s Behavior, was a popular volume used in the education of young people in Washington’s day. At some point during his adolescence, Washington transcribed a section of the book. While nobody knows the reason why, one theory is that he was practicing his penmanship. Or, perhaps, he may have simply found the section valuable.


The section is titled, “The Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior in Company and Conversation,” and Washington’s manuscript of it still survives in the Library of Congress. It is a manual of 110 rules for maintaining friendly and respectful relations among people. It shows young Washington’s concern for civil behavior in public, in private, and in all other realms of life.


I have attached a link to the 110 Rules of Civility. I hope you take a minute to read them.


As always, my Brothers, it is my pleasure to serve you in the South. If there is anything you need from me regarding the meals or anything else, do not hesitate to ask. Happy 4th of July!!!

Fraternally,


Eric Figueroa

Junior Warden

Boca-Delray Lodge No. 171

F. & A.M.


 

From the Secretary



Fraternal Greetings Brethren.


I certainly hope that you and your families enjoy our 4th of July Celebrations and are safe with fireworks as you also recall why we celebrate this day.


I am very sorry to say that Brother Eilia Jahjah passed to the Celestial Lodge Above on June 27, 2024. He was raised on August 6, 1979, and was a member of two New York Lodges and an Honorary Member of Haidar No. 45 in Acre, Israel. He will be truly missed.


Dues first late notices were emailed out two weeks ago. So far, a few more Brothers have remitted their 2024 dues. I find that when Brothers do not mail in their dues within three months of receiving the statement and they consistently pay dues late in the year, they feel that they paid their current dues at the end of last year. I have to look up payment records, engage the Treasure to check electronic payments, and then assure the Brother that he has not paid his current year's dues as of yet.


Delaying paying your dues creates more work and expenses for the lodge. Please pay your dues in a timely manner.


W∴ Mark Angstrom, our Petitions Chairman, can always use help in conducting home investigations. W∴ Angstrom does an outstanding job with scheduling these most important visits. The home investigations enable the Committeemen to interview the potential candidate and to determine who is qualified to be Initiated. It also gives the family members an opportunity to see who the Masons are and to ask questions as well. The more the family is comfortable with what their husband is getting into, the better it is for all.


Because the family sees who Masons are, we should always wear a jacket and tie. We are not a car, gun, or fishing organization.


Are the investigations an absolute litmus test? No! We do our best to delve into a candidate's character, morals, values, etc., but we, like all other lodges, make incorrect judgment calls at times, and we, unfortunately, must deal with our mistakes.


Please help the lodge and W∴ Angstrom with investigations and help qualified men become Freemasons and reject those who are not qualified to enter the Fraternity. Becoming a Mason is not a right but a privilege and honor.


Fraternally,


R∴W∴ Mike Sinatra

Secretary

Boca-Delray Lodge No. 171

F. & A.M.



 

Chaplain's Corner



Greetings Brethren!


A MASONIC ALLEGORY FROM THE THREE LITTLE PIGS:


This seemingly simple story contains a profound allegory that invites us to reflect on the Masonic degrees and the vices that we must overcome on our path to the light.


In this story, the three little pigs represent the three Masonic degrees: Apprentice, Fellowcraft and Master, each of them faces the construction of their own temple or dwelling, symbolizing the development of their knowledge and virtues tirelessly referred to in Freemasonry.


The first little pig, representing the degree of Apprentice, builds his straw house, representing the fragility of even his incipient knowledge. Like the Apprentice Mason, this little pig faces temptation, personified by the big bad wolf that constantly stalks him, the wolf, personifying the inherent vices of the human being, blows and knocks down the house of straw, reminding us that we must be alert and strengthen our foundations to resist temptations that may divert us from our path to fulfillment.


The second little pig, the Fellowcraft, builds his wooden house, symbolizing a greater degree of knowledge and strength. However, the vicious wolf also manages to demolish this abode since the companion is in an intermediate state between the material and the spiritual, and although the spark of the builder was born in him, the vices also still live, and this reminds us of the importance to continue growing in wisdom and virtue to face the challenges that arise in life.


Finally, the third little pig, the Master, builds his house of bricks, representing the solidity of the knowledge acquired and the virtues that he has gained throughout his Masonic path. This little pig demonstrates the importance of persevering in our personal and spiritual development, resisting the temptations of vices that are none other than ignorance, hypocrisy and ambition represented in the wolf.


This allegory teaches us that, like the little pigs, we must strengthen our inner dwelling, our character, and our virtues to resist the attacks of vices in our daily lives.


The vices, personified by the wolf in the story, represent the obstacles that we must overcome on our path and within ourselves, where the most intense battles take place as human beings and as Freemasons.


In conclusion, "The Three Little Pigs" reminds us that the Masonic degrees represent a path of personal growth and improvement and that we must be alert to vices that may undermine our efforts. Let us move forward, dear Brothers, building our homes with solidity and virtue, always remembering that true strength lies within us and in our ability to resist vices. May this story inspire us to persevere on our Masonic path and to work together for a world full of wisdom, brotherhood and righteousness.


Greetings my brethren.


W∴ Howard Zimmerman

Chaplain

Boca-Delray Lodge No. 171

F. & A.M.

 

Poem


The Journey of the Fellow Craft


With every step we take, we rise and see

The moral truths that set us free.


In deep symbols, their meaning is clear,

We learn to build with sincere love here.

From stone to spirit, heart to hand,

In wisdom's grace, we firmly stand.


The plumb, the square, the level's guide,

In virtue's path, we now abide.

A vast journey, yet close at heart,

In Fellow Craft, we play our part.


With learned men's words as a beacon bright,

We honor truth and embrace the right.

For in this craft, we grow and learn,

In every lesson, our souls discern.

 

With every step, we rise and see,  

The moral truths that set us free.



Brother Garfield E. Heron, 

Boca-Delray Lodge No. 171 F. & A.M. 


 

District 25 Lodges


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2nd & 4th Mondays

421 Jennings Ave., Greenacres 6:30/7:30 pm


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9463 Roan LN., Palm Beach Gardens 6:30/7:30 pm


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1896 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd, West Palm Beach 6:30/7:30 pm


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2nd & 4th Tuesdays

845 Bradley St., West Palm Beach 6:30/7:30 pm


1st & 3rd Thursdays

845 Bradley St., West Palm Beach 6:30/7:30 pm



 

Masonic Advancements


Petitions Received:

Homer Chiang

Entered Apprentices Awaiting Proficiency Examination:

Brothers: Daniel Duarte Quintal Garces, Lawrence Dorce, Domingo Alexander Duran, Franckerson Myrtil, Louis Amoroso, Sadrac Francois.

Awaiting Fellow Craft Degree:

Brothers:

Fellow Craft Awaiting Proficiency Examination:

Brothers: Hugo Neil Mendez, Marcos Liberato.

Awaiting Master Mason Degree:

Brothers:

Master Mason Awaiting Proficiency Examination:

Brothers: James Billingsley, Leo Netto, Jeff Cirminiello, Samuel Henry, Geoffrey Thiessen, Joseph Pellicane, Peter Cursio.

Bible/Apron/WK Tools: Brother  Jake Mulcahey, Arken Radeef, Garfield Heron.

Awaiting

Dual: Brothers:

Plural: Brothers:

Reinstatement: Brothers:

E.A. Transfer: Brothers:

F.C. Transfer: Brothers:

M.M. Transfers: Brothers:

Petitions: Candidate

 

Upcoming Events and News




 

Birthdays of the Month

July:

Shaun

Michael

Demetrius

Fernando


Sanchez

John

W

Langford

Donald

John

Faith

Joe


Rice

Ronald

Scott

Cohen

Robert

J

Depner

Craig

L

Laufer

Errol

Walter

Lamberson

Jake


Mulcahey

Dariel


Padron

Charles

Andrew

Fischer

Vincent

Timothy

Resnick

 

Masonic Home







 

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Podcast



There are twelve Masonic plays available from the Masonic Service Association


"A Rose Upon The Altar"

"The Greatest of These"

"He That Believeth"

"Greater Love Hath No Man"

"Judge Not!"

"The Hearts of the Fathers"

"To Entertain Strangers"

"A Gift in Secret"

"Treasures of Darkness"

"He Which is Accused"

"If A Man Die... "

"... And Not Forsake Them"

 

The Committee on Masonic Education of the Grand Lodge of lowa, which has the finest Masonic Library in America, founded in 1844, suggests as a reading course in Freemasonry the following books to be read in the sequence set forth:


1. The Builders. by Newton

2. Introduction to Freemasonry, by Haywood

3. Masonic Symbolism, by Hunt

4. The Newly Made Mason, by Haywood

5. More about Masonry, by Haywood

6. A History of Freemasonry, by Haywood and Craig

7. Symbolical Masonry, by Haywood

8. Introduction to Freemason, by Claudy

9. Short Talks on Masonry, by Newton

10. Freemasonry Before The Existence of Grand Lodges, by Vibert

11. The Old Guilds of England, by Armitage

12. The Story of the Craft, by Vibert

13. Short Readings of Masonic History, by Tatsch

14. Old Charges by British Freemasons, by Hughan

15. The Religion of Masonry, by Newton

16. Freemasonry and Roman Catholicism, by Haywood

17. Handbook for Lodge Officers, by Hunt

18. Famous Masons and Masonic Presidents, by Haywood

19. Famous Masons, by Bell

20. Benjamin Franklin As A Freemason, by Sachse

21. The Facts About George Washington as a Freemason, by Tatsch

22. Old Tiler Talks, by Claudy

23. The Great Teachings of Mason!, by Haywood

24. Freemasonry in the Thirteen Colonies, by Tatsch

25. An Introduction to Freemasonry, by Knoop and Jones

26. Symbolism of The Three Degrees, by Street

27. The Treasury of Masonic Thought, by Martin and Callaghan

28. These Men Were Masons, by Banner

29. The Lodge and the Craft, by Blackmer

30. The Scottish Mason and The Mason Word, by Knoop and Jones

31. The Genesis of Freemasonry, by Knoop and Jones

32. English-Speaking Freemasonry, by Robbins

33. The Beginnings of Freemasonry in America, by Johnson

34. The Religion of Freemasonry, by Whymper

35. Emblematic Freemasonry,-by Waite

36. Roman Catholicism and Freemasonry, by Wright

37. High-Ways and By-Ways of Freemasonry , by Lawrence

38. Sidelights on Freemasonry, by Lawrence

39. The Masonic Problem, by Gibson

40. The Evolution of Freemasonry?, by Darrah

41. Symbolism of Freemosonry, by Mackey

42. The Concise History of Freemasonry, by Gould

43. Speculative Masonry, by McBridge

44. Masonic Jurisprudence, by Lawrence

45. The Law and Custom of Freemasonry, by Edwards

46. Lectures on Masonic Jurisprudence, by Pound

47. Jurisprudence of Freemasonry , by Mackey

48. Lectures on the Philosophy of Freemasonry, by Pound

49. Masonry in the Formation of Our Government, by Roth

50. Negro Masonry in the U.S., by Voorhis

51. Freemasons' Guide and Compendium, by Jones

52. Masonic Quiz Book, by Peterson

53. Landmarks, by Hunt

54. Masonic Lodge Methods, by Blakemore

55. Well-Springs of American Freemasonry, by Haywood

56. Guide of Masonic Speech Making, by Edwards

57. George Washington, Freemason, by Brown

58. Annotated Reading List, by Haywood

59. Little Masonic Library, Twenty Titles in Five Volumes

60. Masonic Soldiers of Fortune, by Stuart


 

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Past Masters of Boca Delray Lodge No. 171


2024 - Rafael Nioac de Salles

2023 - Alexandre C. Ferrari

2022 - Anthony W. Denton

2021 - Anthony W. Denton

2020 - Harold W Ewing II

2019 - Salvatore Musumeci

2018 - Demetrios Kirkiles

2017 - Mark Angstrom

2016 - John Blalock

2015 - Scott Durgee

2014 - Rex Bradford

2013 - David G. Lund

2012 - Jay Obeid

2011 - John Ager

2010 - George Hervey *

2009 - Mike Sinatra

2008 - Robert Langford *

2007 - John Kemp

2006 - David M Haycock

2005 - David Lerner *

2004 - Christopher G. Gilbert

2003 - Brant C. Bayer

2002 - Mark Silberman

2001 - Steve A. Sagal *

2000 - Arthur Dubin

1999 - A. Ray Stewart *

1998 - David A. Allen

1997 - Israel Stavis *


* Deceased


 

25 LANDMARKS OF FREEMASONRY

  1. Modes of recognition

  2. Division of symbolic Masonry into three degrees

  3. Legend of the 3rd degree

  4. Government of the fraternity by a Grand Master

  5. Prerogative of the Grand Master to preside over every assembly of the Craft

  6. Prerogative of the Grand Master to grant dispensations for conferring the degrees at irregular times

  7. Prerogative of the Grand Master to give dispensations for opening and holding Lodges

  8. Prerogative of the Grand Master to make Masons at sight

  9. Necessity for Masons to congregate in Lodges

  10. Government of lodges by a Master and 2 Wardens

  11. Necessity of tyling lodges

  12. Right of every Mason to be represented in all general meetings of the Craft and instruct representatives

  13. Right of every Mason to appeal from his Lodge to the Grand Lodge or General Assembly of Masons

  14. Right of every Mason to visit and sit in every regular Lodge

  15. No unknown visitor can enter a Lodge without first passing an examination

  16. No Lodge can interfere in the business of another Lodge or give degrees to brethren of other Lodges

  17. Every Freemason is amenable to the laws and regulations of the Masonic jurisdiction in which he resides, even though he may not be a member of any Lodge

  18. Candidates for initiation must be men, unmutilated (not a cripple), free born, and of mature age

  19. Belief in the existence of God as the Great Architect of the universe

  20. Belief in a resurrection to a future life

  21. A "Book of the Law" is indispensable in every Lodge

  22. Equality of all Masons

  23. Secrecy of the institution

  24. Foundation of a speculative science upon an operative art, and symbolic use and explanations for the purpose of religious or moral teaching

  25. These landmarks can never be changed


EXPLANATION 25 LANDMARKS OF FREEMASONRY_
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The Grand Lodge of Florida developed this comprehensive course of study to instruct Brothers on the proper procedures and responsibilities of each Lodge Officer, and how to conduct the important business of their particular Lodge. Courses are presented by the District Chairman, and a certificate is issued upon successful completion of all 15

modules.


The Grand Lodge of Florida provides Master Mason Examinations to be open book type exams designed to give any Master Mason the opportunity to increase his knowledge of some of the Ancient Tenets, Rules, and Regulations of Masonry. They contain a mixture of multiple choice, True or False, or essay questions which should be answered on the answer sheet, as provided in the exam downloads.


The Grand Lodge of Florida encourages all members of the Craft to further their knowledge of Lodge operation, especially those concerning the Elected and Appointed

Officers of each particular Lodge. The Lodge Officers Training program was designed to educate and test your knowledge of Lodge procedures, business, penal code, and other areas. Let There Be Light



 

Appendant Bodies


 

BY-LAWS


Boca Delray Lodge By-Laws 2023
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BOCA DELRAY LODGE DUES 2024


Payment methods to Boca Delray Lodge No. 171:


1. By mailing a check to the address P.O. BOX 811113, Boca Raton, FL 33481-1113,

2. By CashApp to $BocaDelrayLodge171 or using the link https://cash.app/$BocaDelrayLodge171

3. By Zelle to our Lodge email bdlodge171@gmail.com


Dues 2024: $281.00

LYPMGS Donation (2024): $7.30

Building Fund Donation (2024): $25.00

Relief Fund Donation (2024): $25.00

Total: $338.30


 

PERPETUAL MEMBERS


  1. Derik Brasher

  2. Alexandre Castro Ferrari

  3. Aniello Alfonso Criscuolo

  4. Bryant Orville Myers Sr

  5. Charles-Johan Gustave Lund

  6. David M Haycock

  7. David A Allen

  8. Demetrios Chris Kirkiles

  9. Donald Phillip Bolton

  10. Douglas Blair Sinclair

  11. Eoin Brackenridge Stafford

  12. Everett Alexander Stern

  13. George Ray Ruffing Jr

  14. Gerald Lee Barton

  15. Gerard Joseph Kleehammer

  16. Gerard Carras

  17. Harold William Ewing II

  18. Jack Harrison Breland

  19. John Raymond Farill

  20. John A Clarke Jr

  21. John W Langford

  22. Josiah Reeve Bright

  23. Leslie Scott Gardner

  24. Michael Strauss

  25. Michael Sinatra

  26. Patrick Peter Shepherd

  27. Paul Hunter Goldstein

  28. Peter James Snyder

  29. Pieter Van Gunst

  30. Raymond Hill Cralle

  31. Richard Scott Durgee

  32. Richard Wayne Jones

  33. Robert Wayne Estell Jr

  34. Robert Edward Coombs

  35. Rodrigo Jose Himiob

  36. Salvatore Musumeci

  37. Scott A Gardner

  38. Thomas Kevin Clements

  39. Victor Charles Weinberg

  40. Victor Lamont Searer Jr

  41. Walter Carleton McCrumb

  42. William Alfred Strucker

  43. William Arthur Tucker

  44. Zalmon John Starr


 

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