Junior Warden

Junior Warden's Jewel

The Junior Warden for the 6016 Masonic Year is Brother Bill Reid.

Duties

The third of the principal officers is the Junior Warden (or Second Warden). The Junior Warden is charged with the supervision of the Lodge while it is in recess for meals or other social purposes. In some jurisdictions the Junior Warden has a particular responsibility for ensuring that visiting Masons are in possession of the necessary credentials. In others, this is the job of the Tyler. In some jurisdictions the Junior Warden presides if both the Master and the Senior Warden are absent. The Wardens are regular officers of the Lodge, meaning that the positions must be filled.

(From Masonic Lodge Officers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Available HTTP http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masonic_Lodge_Officers#Junior_Warden, retrieved 3/16/12.)

Contact

JW@lakemasoniccenter.org

Organization: 

"When the country is in need, it has always been the soldier...
not the newspaper, which has given us freedom of the press;
not the poet, who has given us freedom of speech;
not the campus organizer, who has given us freedom to demonstrate;
who salutes the flag, who serves under the flag;
who is called upon to defend our American way of life."

General Douglas MacArthur
Extracted from the Southern California Research Lodge
'Fraternal Review', May 2005
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"Freemasonry has endured not because of its antiquity, its influence, or its social standing, but because there have been so many who have lived it. The effectiveness of Masonic teachings will always be the measure by which the outside world judges Freemasonry; the proof of Freemasonry is in our deeds and it is in our deeds that Freemasonry is made known to non-Masons. The only way that the Craft can be judged is by its product. The prestige of Freemasonry lies squarely on the shoulders of each of us."

G. Wilbur Best
Extracted from the Southern California Research Lodge
'Fraternal Review', May 2004