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2016 Masonic Education Series
You are Cordially Invited for an Evening with and Presentation by Masonic Author Daniel D. Hrinko
The Craft Driven Lodge
A Pathway to Meaningful Masonic Experiences
W/B Hrinko's presentation will be based on the ideas put forth in his 2015 book, The Craft Driven Lodge. You will hear the discussion about ways of creating powerful Masonic meetings, the use of lighting to focus our attention, reducing administrative agendas to create variety in Masonic experiences, how to hold discussions in Lodge that engage everyone in the meeting, and much more.
Tuesday, April 26th
6:30 - 7:30 p.m. — Fellowship
7:30 — Meal followed by Presentation
3414 Ironworks Pike, Lexington
Education Series Events are open to Masons of all Degrees
Make your reservations now. Seating is limited. Tickets are $60.00, which covers your meal and seating. Cash bar. Dress is coat and tie. Tickets may be reserved by mailing your check to: R.M.S., P.O. Box 21836, Lexington, KY 40522-1836, noting your contact information and lodge affiliation, no later than by April 22, 2016.
W/B Hrinko is the Deputy District Grand Master for the 9th Masonic District of the Grand Lodge of Ohio. Initiated in 1977, he has served as Master of Clark Lodge, No. 101 in Springfield, and Arts & Sciences Lodge No. 792 in Columbus. His book, The Craft Driven Lodge, which outlines the success of the Arts & Sciences Lodge is being embraced across the country as it speaks to how, in adopting their approach, allowed brothers to identify their particular interest, their particular resources, and empowered them to create a lodge experience that is to their liking without being tied to any particular set of actions beyond those universal to Speculative Freemasonry across the globe, all of which have become the consistent driving force behind the on-going successful operation of the Arts & Sciences Lodge. Copies of his book will be available at the event.