Thanks to all of you who help at with the kids food basket.  A great time was had by all, and from what I heard we broke a record of making 10,000 sandwiches in 2  
hours (somthing like that)
 

   
Super Bowl Party:
Grand Rapids 34 has invited us to their Super Bowl party.  The cost of the party is a dish to pass.
Location: 4th floor, Masonic Center
Date: Sunday February 7, 2016
Grand Lodge Website and Your Masonic Record
The Grand Lodge website has a vast amount of information. Once logged in you can view your name, address, phone and email address.  Go here:http://www.grandlodgemi.org log in and on the right you will see your "Masonic Record".
You can click "edit" to update your name, address, phone and email, or click "masonic record" to see your entire masonic record as recorded at Grand Lodge.   Something wrong with your record?  Contact me at secretary@grmason.org
 The tentative menu is in 5 Courses:

(Course 1) Assorted Cheese and Charcuterie Board


(Course 2) Duck Confit and Pear Salad with   Argula,  Walnuts, and Stilton Blue Cheese.


(Course 3) Oxtail Soup with Red Wine and Root  Vegetables


(Course 4) Seared Chilean Sea Bass with Herb Risotto


(Course 5) Flourless chocolate cake with raspberry Coulis

 

History of Doric Lodge

William K. Wheeler

 

First Worshipful Master of Doric Lodge #342, 1876 to 1882.  A pioneering Grand Rapids Mason who left an indelible mark on Craft Masonry in Western Michigan. Doric Lodge #342 still celebrates Past Masters Night as "Father Wheeler Night," a tradition that has continued since his active membership in the Lodge

William K. Wheeler, PM