Reception and Presentation of Grand Lodge Regalia to R. W. Bro. Howard Adams, Grand Director of Ceremonies and V. W. Bro. Philip Hebert, Grand Steward.
The Worshipful Master, Officers and Members of Mississauga Lodge No. 524
would like to cordially invite fellow brethren to attend our emergent meeting on
September 16, 2013 at 7:30 P.M.
on the occasion of the reception for
R. W. Bro. Howard Adams, Grand Director of Ceremonies
V. W. Bro. Philip Hebert, Grand Steward.
for the presentation of their Grand Lodge regalia
Please note that the Grand Master of Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province of Ontario,
M.W. Bro. Donald A. Campbell
and other Grand Lodge Dignitaries will be in attendance.
Looking forward on that evening of presentation and fellowship at our Banquet Room.
Prince of Wales Lodge #630 GRC
The Brethren of Prince of Wales Lodge Cordially Invite Fellow Masons to a Reception for
V.W. Bro. Thom Norris, Grand Steward
& Presentation of his Grand Lodge Regalia
Family & Friends are Invited
Annette Street Temple
151 Annette Street, Toronto
7:30 p.m. Thursday, September 05, 2013
Please RSVP Bro. Emerson Waugh, Secretary email@example.com no later than
August 22, 2013 confirming your attendance and include the number of persons in your party.
The Worshipful Master and brethren of Scarboro Lodge No. 653, A.F. & A.M., G.R.C.
cordially invite you to join our Grand Master at:
An evening with the Grand Master M.W. Bro. Donald A. Campbell
Saturday, September 28th, 2013, 6:00 p.m.
Woodbine Banquet Hall, 30 Vice Regent Blvd., Toronto, (416) 743-0003
Tickets: General Admission: $75, Ladies: $55
Purchase tickets online at: http://doncampbelldinner.eventbrite.ca (service charge applies to online sales)
Or contact Scarboro Lodge to arrange the purchase of your tickets by mail:
(no service charge for sales conducted through the mail)
On Sunday, August 18, 2013 at 1:30 PM, at the St. Johns Cemetery, Simcoe Ontario, a Historical Plaque will be placed at the gravesite of our first Grand Master. Dignitaries from the Ontario Government, city and local officials along with community leaders will be attending. Congratulations to all committee members of the committee who made this recognition possible.
It is interesting to note, on June 16th, 1922, more than one thousand Masons assembled at St. Johns Cemetery for the unveiling of William Mercer Wilson’s granite monument, above his last resting place. On August 18th, 2013, plan on attending and be part of Masonic history. All Mason, including their family and friends are invited to attend this historical event.
William Mercer Wilson
"One of the most prominent Canadian figures of his time. Attained great eminence in political, military, municipal, legal and Masonic circles. Born in Scotland in 1813. Came to Canada in 1832. Was appointed a commissioner to hold courts of justice in the Talbot District in 1834. Took a leading part in quelling the Rebellion of 1837-8, being cavalry commander at Simcoe with the rank of captain. In 1840 was appointed public notary and registrar of the Surrogate Court. The same year he was admitted as a Mason at St. John's and in 1842 became Master of the Lodge, a post he held at intervals for ten years. Five years later was enrolled as a Royal Arch. Mason, and in 1857 was entered in the Supreme Grand Chapter of Masons. In 1873 was elected first Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Canada. Received the degree of barrister-at-law from the Law Society of Upper Canada in 1852. Later was appointed County Crown Attorney for Norfolk and finally County Judge in 1868, succeeding William Salmon. Was active in municipal affairs, being councillor and reeve in Simcoe town council, and Warden of Norfolk. Retired from militia in 1869 with rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. Died during his eleventh year as Grand Master, 16th January, 1875, in his 62nd year."
Congratulations to our newest Grand Lodge Officers!
R.W. Bro. George M. Warner, District Deputy Grand Master
R. W. Bro. Charles A. Woods, Member of the Board of General Purposes
R.W. Bro. Charles H. Reid, Member of the Board of General Purposes
V.W. Bro. Phillip V. Hebert, Grand Steward
V.W. Bro. Steven Ellstrom, Grand StewardV.W. Bro. Thomas A. Norris, Grand Steward