From the East
Herbert "Tom" Tompkins, PM, Master
All that said, I am grateful to be part of a fraternity that no matter what your beliefs or convictions are we are all brothers. Sometimes this is overlooked in our great organization but for the most part, I believe this to be true. We all took the same obligations kneeling at the altar. We are all just a small part of a wonderful organization and I am thankful for that. I am very privileged and honored to have served this lodge as Master this past year.
Looking ahead to 2021, we have a great line of officers. Our officers consist of men who will serve our fraternity and our lodge well. I am immensely proud of the work they have done for our lodge, their commitment to the values and beliefs of our great fraternity. We are lucky to have these dedicated brothers who will guide our lodge in the ensuing Masonic year and years to come. Please give them the love, confidence, guidance, and good council you have given me over the years.
As this year draws to a close pray for our country, our military, and our great fraternity.
From the West
Julius Cadorna, Senior Warden
I would like to thank all of the people who entrusted me to serve as the Master for the ensuing Masonic year. Worshipful Tom Tompkins set the bar high so I will do everything I can, because I have big shoes to fill and a high standard to meet. I also would like to congratulate and give thanks to all the elected and appointed officer for their never ending continuous support for our beloved craft.
Please stay safe and stay healthy especially during this flu season. Please pray for our country to be united again, our servicemen who are fighting and sacrificing their lives for the good cause and to our beloved fraternity that we will weather this out.
From the South
Robert Henning, Junior Warden
Senior Warden elect
Herbert "Tom" Tompkins, P.M.
As we look ahead to next year, it should prove to be interesting if nothing else. Hopefully, things will get back to some sort of normalcy. Keep your fingers, legs, arms, and eyes crossed.
Happy Holiday and please be safe and stay healthy.
Tom Tompkins, PM
HSJ Hall Board President
Our dues for 2021 are $130.00. Check your dues card. It should say: “Paid through December 31, 2021”. If not: They are due now and delinquent after January 1, 2021. You can pay by snail mail directly to the lodge address or pay $130.00 online at www.hardingsanjuan.com.
Fraternally, Bob Jackson, Secretary