Public Schools Month
April 10, 2018 – 6:30 P.M.
The Grand Master has proclaimed April 2018 to be Public Schools Night. This is the night we honor our public school scholarship recipient. Come out and meet this student who is to receive the scholarship from Peninsula 168.
Happening this Month – April 2018
April 3, 2018 7:30 P.M. Stated Meeting
April 10, 2018 6:30 P.M. Public Schools Night
April 19, 2018 6:30 P.M. DSI 226
April 24, 2018 7:30 P.M. Second degree practice
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From the East
This month’s message is about the importance of bringing candidates to the family dinners. Those of you who attended the last dinner, which was a combined scholarship award and Rainbow fund-raiser, saw how we could fill the lodge and dining room with enthusiastic people.
Just think of what a difference it would make if it were always like that. Would you feel better about attending the dinners? Would you feel better about the Lodge?
Well it can be like that if we focus on bring in new members and one way to do that is for all of us to bring potential candidates to the family dinners
From the West
Once again, April is Public Schools Month and to that end, we are once again honoring our public schools by honoring one deserving student a $1000 scholarship toward his/her college needs via the Otis M Carrington Memorial Scholarship!
We will be having a dinner on Tuesday, April 10, to honor our Public Schools. We hope to have many applications for this award, which will be chosen from our local high schools, Sequoia, Carlmont, and Woodside.
From the South
Greetings from the South,
Worshipful Greene and Brother Hjalmar put on another fantastic corned beef dinner this March. Tables were full of food, drink, and joy. The Rainbow girls are grateful for your contributions and support of their activities. Don’t forget April is Public Schools night and there will yet another wonderful opportunity for a night of friendship and good foods.