Summer 2017

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Greetings from the East,

It is hard to believe that summer is upon us and my year in the East is almost half over. It certainly feels like its going by too fast and there is hardly enough time to get everything done. But we’re having a good time trying, aren’t we?!

In the month of May we visited Lupton Lodge and it was great to see what those Brothers are doing to revive the Lodge there! We were also treated to a performance by W.B. Michael Rossi and Bro. Daniel Lamorie who put on “Defense of the Ruffian,” a one-act play. They did an amazing job and I hope to put on another play soon. We had a great turn-out for scholarship night with about 80 people coming to support nine promising college students. We also honored Stephanie Walsh, our Teacher of the Year and Trooper Nicholas Hazlett, our Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.

The fraternal activities are thriving with great turn-outs at the cigar nights and a golf outings. With the weather warming up, now we can look forward to more outside activities like shooting and fishing.

While we are technically “dark” for the summer months, we still have plenty of work to do. June 1st we will be holding a Stated Communication to hear proficiencies and the final reading of names for suspensions. If you know of a Brother who is late with his dues, please urge him for a speedy payment! Pending the proficiencies, we may be having a Fellowcraft Degree sometime in July. We will notify everyone once a date is set. June 10th is the annual Ghost Town Raising at Nevada Lodge. If you haven’t attended before, come out for a real treat! On June 16th we will be participating once again in the annual Eastern Star Masonic Retirement Campus Golf Tournament. We sponsored hole #5 and we have four Brothers participating this year.  Speaking of the Eastern Star Masonic Retirement Campus, mark your calendars for their annual picnic and car show on August 19th. Denver 5 always has a strong presence and I hope to see you all there. On August 17th  we will be holding a Master Mason degree. If you would like a part, please let me know.

That’s all for now. Have a great summer and I hope to see you at Lodge soon!

Pablo Colomban, W.M.
Denver Lodge No.5 A.F. & A.M.

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Meet Jonny

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This is another installment in a series where we will introduce some of our members. These are the up-and-coming leaders of our Fraternity. These are men from all walks of life. Fathers, sons, husbands… and we all call each other Brothers. These are just some of the stories behind Denver Lodge No.5.

Meet Brother Jonny Aderhold a Colorado native. Born in 1975, Jonny grew up in Greeley Colorado then moved to Denver Colorado at the age of 10.

In Jonny’s early years he was interested in music while training to become a black belt in Taekwondo.

Jonny’s interest in music grew as he played with multiple musical groups some of which can be heard here under the alias Jonny Maze.

Jonny and his wife Adi have two children oldest named Xander and youngest Breanna. They currently live in Parker Colorado. Jonny is head of the IT department for the University of Denver’s Athletics Division where he’s been for over 16 years.

Jonny became a Freemason March 21st 2013 at Denver lodge No. 5. Becoming a brother within this Fraternity was important to Jonny after studying it’s history and having ties to the Fraternity through his Grandfather. Because of this, he has met Brothers for life.

Say hi to him at our next meeting.