Proposed Resolutions for 2013!

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by Mac, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. widows son

    widows son Premium Member

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    Would I be able to wear an American apron up here in Canada? I love the simplicity.
     
  2. Star Mztyk

    Star Mztyk Registered User

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    Understand that this recomendation is only for consideration for Resolutions in the Constitution of the Grand Lodge of Texas....

    A few years ago local lodges were allowed to open and contract business in other than a Masters Lodges.....as such....Stewards who serve basically outside all lodges should be allowed to be officers in any lodge and therefore contribute to the activity thereof ......in which they can enter and be vouched for in due form. This being said if a Regular meeting is called and we have EA or Fellowcraft and there is no business that is strictly considered in a Master Masons lodge....that they be able to take their position as Stewards in such lodge as they belong. If a research is done of the Junior Wardens duties and that the fact the Stewards are under his said orders...then the Refreshment aspect is obvious.
    THE Senior Warden will be satisfied or not......to say as little as possible in this respect.
     
  3. Brother JC

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    That would be up to your Lodge, and Grand Lodge.
    I generally wear a plain white one with the Eye of Horus on the flap (if I'm not serving as an Officer that night).
     
  4. widows son

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    I actually saw my lodge secretary on Boxing Day. ( Boxing Day is the Canadian equivalent to black Christmas in America, just on the 26th.) he told me there shouldn't be an issue, as long as its not an American officers apron, PM apron or a grand officer apron. I'm in the clear! Roughly how much does a plain white masters apron with the S&C embroidered in white cost?
     
  5. Raymond Walters

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    There are several companies to order from, but on average you will be looking at $100+ USD.
     
  6. Raymond Walters

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    For a number of years, various types of aprons with blue trim were used. I recall that a noticeable movement back to plain white aprons started in the mid 1990's.

    That was what caused me to design my aprons the way I did --- white lambskin, white ribbon trim & white silk embroidery on the body & flap. It also has a neat effect when viewed in a room with a blue or black light, namely that the ribbon trim and embrodery glow. That has an interesting effect on certain parties coming into view in that setting.

    I do hope you find one or design one that you like.
     
  7. widows son

    widows son Premium Member

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    Thx bro.
     
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