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Provincial Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons of Surrey
Recruitment drive working well for Percy Lodge


Continuing a successful 2017, after the Provincial recruitment initiative launched under the direction of W. Bro. John French, Percy Lodge No 114 continued their winning streak and at their May meeting welcomed 3 new members. A double Advancement was performed and a joining member was welcomed into the Lodge.

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The joining member was Bro. Stuart Hogarth, a Master Mason, and Mark Master Mason under the Scottish constitution, a life member of St Modan No. 985 Craft Lodge, also a member of Sindlesham Craft Lodge No. 8293 under the English constitution. After a successful ballot Bro. Murray Grubb, Jnr, a Master Mason and member of Weybridge Lodge No. 6787 and Bro. Simon Brooker the Worshipful Master of Cyclist Lodge No. 2246, were advanced in a wonderful double ceremony.

The newly installed Master, W.Bro. Nigel Graham, and his officers carried out an excellent double advancement ceremony and all three were welcomed into Percy Lodge in true Mark fashion. Good fun was had by all and our Worshipful Master is looking forward to another double advancement and hopefully a re-joining member at their next meeting, and a further double ceremony in December.

Article by Graham Beer, Percy Lodge Secretary, and photos by Clive Newman