February 2012 Grand Master's Message
Masonry leads to self improvement by accepting the teachings of the craft.
One should not join for mercenary reasons or self gratification.
The Masonic teachings are a goal toward the “perfect ashlar.”
Masonry provides answers to life’s questions.
The lodge is more important than the individual egos of the members.
The fraternity is more important than the individual Masons and the lodges.
Masonry is more important than the lodges and districts.
Masonry provides fundamental principles for living a good and beneficial life.
Our understanding and application of these Masonic lessons lead to personal improvement, internally and externally.
Masonry provides an internal compass for our words and deeds.