You are cordially invited to attend the Illustrious Michael A. Reindl, 33° Class reunion banquet on Wednesday, July 21st at 6:30pm at the New Berlin Hills Golf Club (13175 West Graham Street, New Berlin, WI 53151).
This is a wonderful opportunity to meet and hear speakers from the Class and Valley leadership throughout the evening.
The Illustrious Michael A. Reindl, 33° Class proudly presents the following Wisconsin Freemasons as the newest members of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite – Valley of Milwaukee:
Jason Braatz – Wisconsin Lodge #13
Justin Fleming – West Allis Lodge #291
James Harper – Wauwatosa Lodge #267
Phillip Huesch – Waukesha Lodge #37
Roderick LeFlore – George Washington Lodge #337
Jeremy Mathis – Waukesha Lodge #37
James McGuigan – Henry L. Palmer Lodge #301
Thomas Michelson – West Allis Lodge #291
Brian O’Connor – Washburn Lodge #145
William Reid – Lake Lodge #189
Bryce Ripp – Freemasons Lodge #363
Jason Vogel – West Allis Lodge #291
Jim Diem – Hartford Lodge #120
Andrew Sabin – Kenosha Lodge #47
Friends, family, and brethren are encouraged to help us celebrate our Valley moving forward and to support our future endeavors!
Wednesday, July 21st, 2021
6:30pm – Cocktail Social (Cash Bar)
7:00pm – Plated Dinner in Banquet Room
• (OPTION 1) Parmesan Crusted Bruchetta Chicken – Marinated chicken breast hand-breaded in seasoned panko with shredded Parmesan cheese topped with homemade tomato bruschetta resting on wild rice and a side of sautéed green beans.
• (OPTION 2) Tenderloin Medallions – Three 2 oz steak medallions grilled to perfection topped with peppercorn demi-glaze resting on red skin garlic mashed potatoes and a side of sautéed green beans.
• Garden salad with warm dinner rolls.
• Cash bar available.
RESERVATIONS & PAYMENT:
• Register by WEDNESDAY, JULY 14th and pay ($32/person) here: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07ei5fjcv8a376365e
There is no Masonic distinction of higher prestige than that of a “Master Mason”, and the noblest and most significant emblem is the Apron of the Master Mason.
Membership in good standing in a craft lodge. A belief in a Supreme Being is essential, and the usual Masonic conditions of residence, and sponsors.
No. You witness the ceremonies and drama and listen to the illustrative lectures. In order for you to more fully understand and appreciate what you have seen and heard you are expected to attend future presentations of the degrees.
The Scottish Rite does not intrude on the religious beliefs of its members, but it does require that its adherents profess a belief in a Supreme Being, and urges its members to be active in their respective houses of worship. It does not attempt to teach any creed nor pretend to be a religion nor a substitute for religion. Scottish Rite practices universality.
Thrice Potent Master
Napoleon S. Janczak, 32º
James J. Goodman, 32º
Tyler J. Kristopeit, 32º
Michael D. Consiglio, 32º
Jasen J. Groves, 32°, PTPM
Roberft E. Lijewski, 32°
Most Wise Master
Charles M. Korankye, MD, 32º
Alejandro J. Fuentes, 32°
Eric R. Falkner, 32°
Donald W. Carlson, 32º
1st Lt. Commander
Jeffrey B. Woosley, 32°
2nd Lt. Commander
Thomas M. Kelley, 32°
“We will strive to be a fraternity that fulfills our Masonic obligation to care for our members”
The Valley of Milwaukee does acknowledge and yield allegiance to the Supreme Council, 33rd Degree, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry for the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction of the USA whose Grand East is in Lexington, MA and Ill:. David A. Glattly is Sovereign Grand Commander.
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