The officers of a Lodge have been elected or appointed to serve the Lodge because of their particular talents. Some are more gifted in certain areas than others but all of them must possess one very important characteristic, that of Devotion to Duty.
When a man accepts an office in a Masonic Lodge he is saying to the Brethren of his Lodge that he has committed himself to Masonry and to the complete fulfillment of his office. He should, prior to acceptance of an office, study the charges which will be made to him at his installation. He should also recognize that he will have to make certain sacrifices as the job of an officer is not a "one or two'' night a month obligation. There is a great deal of planning, studying, and attending involved in each of these offices. If he is not prepared to make these sacrifices then he is not being fair to his Lodge Brothers or to himself by accepting the office.
Every officer must work with enthusiasm, not only at his own particular job in the Lodge, but must assist all other officers in the performance of their duties. The officer, by doing his job well, is trying to earn his way to the next office in line or to some other position of responsibility in his Lodge.
2017 - 2018 LODGE OFFICERS
|Worshipful Master||Charles Weikel||n/a|
|Senior Warden||Michael Selby||n/a|
|Junior Warden||Frank Swiatek||n/a|
|Senior Deacon||Michael Heath||n/a|
|Junior Deacon||Rod Flannery||n/a|
|Senior Steward||Babak Darvish||n/a|
|Junior Steward||Keith Brooks||n/a|
|Education Officer||Michael Mahaffey||n/a|