Greetings, my Brothers,
I am very aware that over the years you have read messages that have suggested you come to meetings. I would like for you to consider, to actually consider, why take time from your life to do so? Are the meetings exciting? Hardly, but part of the experience are the good times to be had. The brotherhood beforehand is worth it all by itself. The food is usually an attraction all its own. The work done within the Lodge is invigorating.
The major attraction is spending time with men who care about each other and the family of Man. I like to say without each other, we are no one. Come and join us whenever you can. Food for your soul and Humanity is always on the menu. Remember that, above all.
Artie C. Kidwell, Master
Col. Clay Masonic Lodge #159 F&AM