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Masonic Education and Service Committee

Summer 2017 Leadership Training Program

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OFFICER LEADERSHIP TRAINING Summer – 2017   It takes less than 10 minutes for a visitor to your Lodge to see that your officers have attended an Officer Leadership Training Program. Participants in our Grand Lodge Officer Leadership Training, lead their Lodges with greater confidence, efficiency, and effectiveness. (Graduating this program satisfies the requirement to complete a Grand Lodge approved course in Lodge Administration as outlined in Art., 276a No. 2) We offer two sessions open to all Master Masons. 2017 Officer Leadership Training Registration   2017 Dates & Locations August 4-6               Dallas August 11-13           Houston August 18-20           Waco September 8-10      Corpus September 22-24   Lubbock   Officer Leadership 101: As a result of participating in this program, you will be better prepared to: ·       institute an effective mentoring program for candidates and newly-raised Master Masons ·       fill your term calendar with impactful events ·       interpret Grand Lodge law when necessary to resolve ambiguous situations ·       identify and utilize resources to provide meaningful Masonic Education to the members of your Lodge ·       execute Masonic Parliamentary Procedure for a Stated or Called Meeting ·       follow protocol for presenting and communicating with dignitaries ·       mediate conflicts and maintain harmony…

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2012 Grand Master’s Fall Workshop

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The Fort Worth Masonic Center will host the 2012 Grand Master’s Fall Workshop presented by The Masonic Education & Service Committee. The Workshop is open to all Master Masons, but more especially, the Elected Officers. If you are currently a Lodge officer, or have plans to be one, you should plan to attend. The workshop is comprised of eight topics related to Lodge Administration and Grand Lodge Law, and held here for the convenience of the Brothers in District 64.

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