January 2018

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Greeting from the East Brethren

January is again upon us, the mark of a new year and new opportunities.

I would first like to congratulate Worshipful Brother Pablo Colomban on a excellent year in Masonry. You are the perfect example of what Freemasonry is in Colorado. Great job, and to the 2018 officer line thank you excepting your new positions. I can’t wait to get to work with such a fine group of brothers.

As we get started this month, our first meeting on January 4th we will have proficiencies from some very hard working brothers who have put in a lot of work to get this done, let’s make sure to be there to help them receive More Light.

As it was mentioned in the installation the theme for this year is Brotherly Love. Our meeting on January 18th will be an open discussion on what Brotherly Love truly means in Freemasonry. Please join us for this discussion.

January 25 -27 will be the annual Grand Lodge meeting. Your principal officers will be attending, and will return with a full report.

January 20th will be the annual Burn’s Dinner at the Denver Consistory. For those unfamiliar with this event are in for quite the experience. Please RSVP with Cathy soon as seats are filling fast. She can be reached at (303)861-4261

Again I’m very humbled to serve as your Worshipful Master for the 2018 year. Thank you Brethren for such a great honor.

May You Live Upon The Level, And Part Upon The Square.

Kory Wilson, W.M.

Denver Lodge No. 5 A.F & A.M.

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Meet Kory

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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 Kory Wilson. He is our Senior Warden for 2017 and a great Brother and friend. We’ll let him introduce himself in his own words.

I’m native of Colorado, growing up in the Denver metro area currently residing in Northglenn with my wife Delfina and two sons Amare (9) and Jadin (15). I have been an avid basketball fan for as long as I can remember.

I began my Masonic journey in 2010 at Denver Lodge No.5, and became a Master Mason 2011. In 2014 I decided to take my Masonic education a step further, and joined the Scottish Rite at the Denver Consistory, where I became a 32nd degree mason. Currently I sit in the west as Senior Warden.

In my free time, I’m usually at some body of water fishing or enjoying watching my sons participating in sporting events.  

Kory has a great future in the Fraternity and has proven himself to be a successful leader. Say hi to him at our next meeting.