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
 

Management Committee Members:
R.
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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Why become a Mason?

Masonry offers the opportunity to make each man better through its teachings, his Masonic
associations and a philosophy that has served the social needs of men for centuries, by promoting:

  • Tradition: when you become a Mason, you become part of ancient tradition that spans
    centuries. From the original stonemasons that produced some of the most majestic
    architectural wonders of Europe to modern day Masons who participate in numerous
    charitable foundations, you’ll feel connected to a vital, growing and spiritually uplifting
    organization of moral men;

     

  • Self Improvement: learning portions of the Ritual and participating in the Degree stimulates
    the mind and, coupled with committee work and lodge management, presents the opportunity
    to develop leadership and organizational skills, build self-discipline through commitment, poise and self-confidence, and strengthen presentation and public speaking proficiencies;

     

  • Sense of Accomplishment: participating in lodge projects, be they charitable or social in nature, provides the opportunity to contribute, work with others and enjoy the success of effort well expended;
     

  • Fellowship - Belonging to a Like-minded Group: the modern work environment has reduced or eliminated social association with co-workers; joining with lodge members in a fraternal atmosphere can substitute for that former workplace fellowship lost;
     

  • A Break from the Workaday Routine: Masonry brings together in lodge men of diverse backgrounds, where the daily pressures of a career can be left outside the door and where fellowship is the common theme.


These attributes are summarized in the tenets, or fundamental principles of Ancient Freemasonry: Brotherly Love; Relief; and Truth. If these values address your needs, Masonry welcomes you.