At our July Stated Meeting, WB Neil Helwig (1952-2022) was honored with a plaque commemorating his life and contribution to Carmel Lodge #421 from our Chaplain, Brother Dave Pencak. WB Jeff Koleszar from Noble Masonic #772 (Executive Director – Indiana DeMolay) was our special guest for the evening. WB Brother Koleszar gave a short talk about the Order of DeMolay and proposed the idea of reviving the Carmel DeMolay Chapter. Carmel #421 is excited about the prospect of bringing back DeMolay in Carmel.
With more enthusiastic Freemasons joining “#421” – it looks like yet ANOTHER YEAR of continued growth for Carmel Masonic Lodge #421!
Not familiar with Freemasonry? Check out What is Freemasonry? Come and visit us at our lodge before one of our meeting nights (visit Thursday 6pm – 7pm). View our Trestle Board (lodge calendar) for upcoming events.
421 has a reputation as an open, welcoming Masonic lodge. We continue to attract both new members and transfers. Many lodge members, who haven’t been regularly attending lodge, find the friendly and active atmosphere at “421” results in a desire to attend more often, get more involved in degree work, or simply come out and join us at the next fun social. Over the last few years, communication with our members has been greatly improved due to continual improvements with lodge membership services, website, email, and social media outreach operations.
The continued success of our vibrant and active Job’s Daughters (female teens) – the year ahead will again be a “beehive” of positive activities at Carmel 421 – benefiting both its members and the community.
Despite the current challenges with COVID and what obstacles may lie ahead, our lodge is committed to persevering and taking each day one day at a time. On a positive note, we have the year planned out and encourage anyone who has time, to view the Trestleboard for upcoming events.
Hamilton County COVID-19 Update 8-04-2022 In Hamilton County, the community level is currently Medium. People may choose to mask at any time. People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask. If you are immunocompromised,...