Feast of Tishri – Registration

Tishri was celebrated per God’s decree by the children of Israel as the ‘Festival of Booths’ and now by Scottish Rite Masons to commemorate the completion and dedication of King Solomon’s Temple.  At our first meeting in September, we will participate in the Feast of Tishri, and then retire to the lodge room to install our 2018-2019 officers. Our feast will be an excellent evening of Masonic Education and Masonic camaraderie. Ladies and guests are welcome.  Register steps 1 and 2 are listed below.


1.  REGISTER: Registration for the Feast of Tishri is open until end of day Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Name:
Email:
Besides you, how many more will be in your party?
Please list the names of others in your party.

I agree that I am committed to paying for the meal(s) reserved for me, whether I attend or not, unless I cancel by 5 pm, Monday, September 11, 2018 by calling 913-240-4403 and leaving a message.
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2. PAY: Cost is $10 per person; a low cost for a delicious meal provided by Bro. Bruce Shopfner, 32º and his wife Dana.  If you wish to pay online, please note there is a 60 cent fee that PayPal charges for the transaction.  That fee is included for a total of $10.60 per person if you use PayPal. Checks or cash will be accepted at the door.



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This event was inaugurated last year and was an evening well spent.  It was illuminating to hear about the people and traditions of the King Solomon era since many of our own traditions come from those origins. This year’s celebration takes place in the Boughton Memorial (Lodge) Hall dining room beginning at 6:30 pm Thursday, September 13, 2018.  We hope to have at least thirty in attendance.

This year, we welcome Ill Bro Jerry Flora, 33º, IGH from the Northeast Kansas Valley as our very special guest speaker.  Bro. Jerry is a Consulting Statistician. His presentation should reveal some very interesting findings.  Join us for a great new tradition as we celebrate our Masonic roots.