We are honoring our new 25, 50, 60 and 65 year members. Light refreshments will be served at 6:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
Presentations will start at 7:00 in the Lodge Room. All Masons and their families and guests are invited. After the presentations, our regular stated meeting will resume.
Members being honored at our Awards Night:
Richard Boitnott – 25 Year
Jeff Mumma – 25 Year
Harry Yanosky – 25 Year
Steven Petty – 50 Year
Roger Petty – 50 Year
Harry Stuck Jr – 60 Year
Roland Ude – 60 Year
William Berry – 65 Year
Elected and Appointed Officers were installed at the Annual Meeting on November 11th.
2022 New Carlisle Lodge Officers
Left to Right – 1st Row: Ted Buskirk – J.W., Johnnie Williams – W.M. – Phillip Hoffman – S.W., George Workman – Trustee.
2nd Row: Austin Pearson – J.D., Charles Nessle – Treas., Helmut Schuster – Chaplain, Jay Maxwell – Secy.
3rd Row: Adam Newsome – S.D., Mark Krams – Tyler, Steven Raiff – L.E.O., Job Villanca – J.S.
Election & Installation – Dinner 6:00 PM, Lodge Opens 7:00 PM
All Members, who are able, should attend at least 2 meetings a year and this is one of them. The other is our Inspection in February. Our Annual Meeting and election of officers for the year 2022 will be held on Thursday, November 11. New Carlisle Lodge and New Carlisle Craft Club officers will be installed at this same meeting. Mark your calendar today and plan on attending this important meeting.
The New Carlisle Heritage of Flight Festival was a great success. Weather was good for both days. The car show on Friday had 800 cars participating. Saturday was outstanding with a wonderful parade featuring aircraft, the Dayton Antioch Shrine and with many local parade units participating. Our food booth had the best year ever.
Thanks to all that helped from the those that have worked year after year, and to the new folks that helped for the first time. Finally, thanks to all the ladies that helped, we couldn’t do this without you.
Helmut Schuster, Chairman
We’re back – The newsletter was suspended in May of 2020 because of the Covid-19 Pandemic. We are resuming the monthly newsletter with the September 2021 issue.
We are excited to be back with In-Person meetings and degree work. Our meetings are well attended and we look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.
Jay Maxwell, Secretary
New Carlisle Lodge No. 100
The outdoor 1-Day Class July 24 was a great success with 50 Masons attending. We had 9 candidates from 5 lodges. Morning Star (EA), Mt. Olivet Lodge (FC),and New Carlisle (MM) conferred the Degrees. A Big “Thank You” to Tim Milligan for letting us use his beautiful wooded area behind his house. Thanks to all who made it a great day for Masonry. Welcome New Carlisle Lodge new members; Bros. Hunter Hall, Robert Jacobs, Jeremy Mayo, and Job Villanca.
New Carlisle Lodge and New Carlisle Masonic Temple have resumed in-person meetings supplemented by enhanced electronic remote meetings. Do not return to lodge if you have concerns regarding the transmission of the Covid-19 virus.
At present newsletters are not being published, but frequent e-mail communications are being used to update members on current and future activities. Please give your attention to an important e-mail update dated June 6, 2021 from W.B. Jay Maxwell, Lodge Secretary, regarding your account registration with the Grand Lodge.
The officers for 2021 were elected and installed at the Annual Meeting on Novemebr 12, 2020. Please congratulate and support the officers on their labor on the behalf of New Carlisle Lodge #100.
Brother Adam Newsome presented a paper to New Carlisle Lodge on October 22, “The Biography of William Berry.” It was his final requirement to gain membership in the Royal Scofield Society. Pictured from left to right: Austin Pearson, Alexander Herbert, Adam Newsome, William Berry. Bill has been a member of NC Lodge for 63 years. We are very proud to have Brother Adam Newsome and W.B. William Berry as members of New Carlisle Lodge.
Masonic meetings and activities have resumed under limits designed by the Grand Lodge to mitigate viral spread and lessen member risks. For members in high-risk categories, DO NOT feel obligated to return to lodge, or any event, until YOU are comfortable doing so. If you have a temperature or do not feel well, please Stay Home.