District Deputy Grand Master – R.W. Bernie MacLean
District Secretary - W. Bro. J. Paul Thompson

 

President – W. Bro. Ian Troyer
Vice President – W. Bro. David Wright

Secretary Treasurer – R.W. Bro. Jeff Gatcke

Secretaries’ Association Chair - W. Bro. Bill Lewis
 

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W. Bro. Bernie MacLean

W. Bro. J. Paul Thompson

R. W. Bro. Serge Landry

V. W. Bro. Scott Bates

R.W. Bro. Jeff Gatcke 

W. Bro. Ian Troyer

W. Bro. David Wright

W .Bro. Dale LaFreniere

W .Bro. Wally Revell

W .Bro. Bill Lewis

Bro. Chris MacKey

Bro. Larry Steele

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Masonic Essay Contest 2017

February 13, 2017

 

 

Education & Training Committee announce the Annual Masonic Essay Contest

 

Open to all Masons of the jurisdiction, who are members in good standing

Those ineligible include: Current Grand Lodge Officers and Members of GL Committees & Teams  

 

Essay Contest Theme:

 

After enduring 300 years of time, has Freemasonry evolved enough to still be relevant to young men in 2017? Explain.

  • Essays to be submitted to The College of Freemasonry at Only essays submitted in or will be accepted.

  • The essay length is a maximum of 1200 words.

  • All quoted sources must be identified in an included bibliography.

  • The bibliography will not count towards the word count.

  • Submissions will be accepted from March 1, 2017 until midnight on March 31, 2017.

 

 

Top 3 essays will be published in The Ontario Mason Magazine & posted on Grand Lodge website.

 

1st  Place Prize:

  • The author will be entitled to complete The College of Freemasonry “Masonic Arts & Sciences” course at no cost. – or he may give his prize to another brother.

  • Receive a copy of the Masonic Manual autographed by the Grand Master and Deputy Grand Master.

  • Essay will be published in The Ontario Mason Magazine.

 

2nd Place Prize:

  • The author will be entitled to complete The College of Freemasonry “Masonic Arts & Sciences” course at no cost. – or he may give his prize to another brother.

  • Receive a copy of the Masonic Manual autographed by the Grand Master and Deputy Grand Master.

  • Essay will be published in the Ontario Mason Magazine.

 

3rd  Place Prize:

  • The author will be entitled to complete either The College of Freemasonry “Past Master’s” course or “Aspiring Worshipful Master’s” course at no cost. – or he may give his prize to another brother.

  • Receive a copy of the Masonic Manual autographed by the Grand Master and Deputy Grand Master.

  • Essay will be published in the Ontario Mason Magazine.

 

For more information contact: masonic.college@gmail.com

 

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