The funeral services for Brother Chituras will be held at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation located at 313 Tokay Avenue in Modesto on Monday August 18th at 11AM. There will be a traditional funeral luncheon to follow in the church hall following the service. After the luncheon there will be graveside services at Pioneer/Modesto Citizens Cemetery at around 2PM. There will be a Masonic Funeral Service performed by Worshipful Brother Dave Daily to close out the services for Brother Chituras. All brothers are welcome to attend all or part of the service as their schedule Permits
The following is from his Godson, Brother Richard (Richy) Horning of Escalon Lodge 591-
Brother Chituras was Raised a Master in on September 22nd, 1954 and was been a Mason in good standing for 59 years with Golden Gate Speranza Lodge 40 in San Francisco. Brother Chituras continued in his Mason education through the Scottish Rite and obtained his 32 degree. He also joined the Shriners.
I am happy to say that Raymond Dunne has been select for Mason of The Year from Escalon #591. If a Mason is partially judged by how much he helps his brothers, Mr. Dunne is NOT lacking. Always willing to help out the lodge and step up as an officer. He is a great example of what we like to see from all of our newer brothers. Great job Ray!!!
The Mason of the Year Celebration will be held Wednesday July 30th, 2014 at the Stockton Scottish Rite.
33 West Alpine Ave
Stockton, CA 95204
Social will be at 5:30PM
Dinner will be at 6:00PM
Award Presentation is at 7:00PM
If you reserve your dinner before July 22, 2014 you can have your dinner at the discounted price of $20. OR it is $25 at the door with a reservation. NO RESERVATION = NO DINNER. RSVP @ (209) 466-3391. Make sure you let them know that you are coming from the Escalon #591 lodge so we can have space at our table.
See you then!
Michael W. Faircloth II
Worshipful Master, Escalon 591
From 7AM-10AM come visit the lodge and the Omelet Bar! For only $7 you will get to decide how to build you omelet and get the sides to go with it. Biscuits & gravy, hash browns…..Yum!!
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From the Henry Wilson Coil Library & Museum of Freemasonry: The gorgeous Masonic temple at 25 Van Ness once housed 11 SF lodges. The building was designed by Bliss and Faville from 1911-1913 during the reconstruction following the great fire and earthquake of 1906. Sadly, it is no longer in Masonic use today.
This was taken from the FaceBook page for the Masons of California. When you look at something like this it really helps you realize how huge this fraternity has been and in many ways still is. Truly amazing!
Please remember that tomorrow night we will be going up to visit our brothers at Oak Summit 112. If you need a ride, some of us will be meeting to car pool between 5:45 & 6PM. See you then! Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Go check out this short spot showing the amazing work our brothers and sisters do at Shriners Hospital
Just a reminder that Escalon Lodge will be holding it’s installation of officers on Saturday, January 18th at 2PM.
The officers will be opening the lodge at 12noon and holding a practice for the installation immediately after opening.
There will be a small reception after the installation. Please let us know if you are planning to attend so we can be ready for you! email@example.com
This Comes from the Masons of California
“This week in 1933, construction began on the Golden Gate Bridge. Past Grand Master of Masons in California, William P. Filmer, was the President of the Golden Gate Bridge and Highway District that organized the building of one of California’s most beloved iconic landmarks.” (Thank you to the Masons of California).