Book IV in the Series: Tools for the 21st Century Mason
This record book has been designed to be a permanent record of the new Fellow Crafts enrolled in your Masonic Lodge. It serves both as a presentation gift to your Lodge, as well as a "working tool" for use in Fellow Craft degree ceremonies. This roll book contains enough space for over 2,500 entries to include the date of enrollment, name of Fellow Craft, name of presiding Worshipful Master, and name of presiding Secretary. This book is the alternative to legal pads and notebook paper, and when used in degree work, presents a more serious and meaningful tone for the enrollment of new Brothers. Destined to be a valuable record for your Lodge, this book, once completed, will become an important part of your Lodge's library and archives for decades to come.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.24(d)|
About the Author
Bro. James Frank Hatcher III, better known as "Chip," is a Master Mason and Past Worshipful Master of Rockford Masonic Lodge No. 469, Free and Accepted Masons of Tennessee, in Rockford, Tennessee ~ a small, quiet hamlet in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in Eastern Tennessee. He lives with his wife, three children, three dogs, six cats, two hermit crabs, and nearby to many, many wonderful friends, whom he later found to be his Brothers in many, many different situations.
He is also the Author of the following books in the series,
Tools for the 21st Century Freemason:
Worshipful Master's Guidebook, or the "Book of Joe"
Lodge Officer's Handbook
King Solomon's Passport
Masonic Roll of Fellow Crafts