April 6, 2013
Wicomico Lodge No. 91 and Centennial Loged No. 221 participated in the Statewide Masonic Open House.
Past Masters Craig Scott, Norris Cartwright and Michael Youse welcome visitors to the Lodge.
February 5, 2013
At the regular communication of Wicomico Lodge on February 5, 2013, Grand Inspectors
Donald Patey and Steven Wilkins along with Worshipful Master Rick Gunter presented
Norris Cartwright his Sixty Year Service Award and Pin. Norris was Past Master of
Wicomico Lodge in 1978.
January 15, 2013
At our regular communication on January 15, 2013, The Most Worshipful Grand Master, Gerald E. Piepiora
and the Grand Line installed our new Worshipful Master Rick C. Gunter and the officers of Wicomico Lodge.
At our regular communication on December 18th, Wicomico Lodge No.91
presented a Fifty Year Service Award to Alan Knowles shown below.
Shown above from left to right: Worshipful Master Michael Youse, Grand Inspector Donald Patey, Alan Knowles, and Sr. Warden Steve Wilkins
Annual Christmas Party 2012
The Annual Christmas Party was again held a The Legacy Restaurant in Salisbury and
attended by 65 Masons, their wives and guests.
Gerald E. Piepiora our new Most Worshipful Grand Master
and his wife, along officers of the Grand Lodge also attended.
Brother John Wiel was given the
Mason of the Year Award and Treasurer Al Hufer and Secretary Bill Deckert were honored for their
Wicomico Lodge No. 91 Lodge Rooms renovated
Thanks to the trustees and the help of many past masters and volunteers, both the
red room and blue room carpets were replaced
as well as new ceilings, lights and
air conditioning ducts.
December 6, 2011
Wicomico Lodge holds annual Christmas Dinner
The annual Christmas Dinner was held this past Tuesday, attended by
Stephen J. Ponzillo, III, Most Worshipful Grand Master of Masons and his wife, along
with the Deputy Grand Master, Grand Secretary, and Grand Treasurer. There were
over 80 members and guests in attendance. Worshipful Master Mike Youse gave out
the Mason of the Year award to Rich Gunter our incoming Junior Warden for his
outstanding commitment to the Lodge during 2011 as well as his dedication in learning
his duties and degree work for his new position.
The Grand Master's Christmas Message
Rick Gunter Mason of the Year 2011
WM Mike Youse and Grand Master Stephen J. Ponzillo, III
Wicomico Lodge No. 91 visits George Washington Masonic Memorial in Washington D.C.
Several brothers and their families visited the George Washington Masonic Memorial
in Washington D.C. They were impressed with the size and splendor of the monument and
the view from the top, overlooking Washington D.C. Several pictures are posted below.
April 30, 2011
Wicomico Lodge again sponsors Maryland Child Identification Program
On Saturday April 30, 2011, for the second year in a row, Wicomico Lodge No. 91 A.F. & A.M. in conjunction with
the Grand Lodge of Maryland A.F. & A.M. and the Conference of Grand Masters of Masons
in North America sponsored a booth at the Salisbury Festival
to enroll children in the Maryland Child Identification Program called MDCHIPS.
The Grand Lodge of Maryland provided all of the equipment and
necessary forms for Wicomico Lodge No. 91 to run this program. The
brothers of Wicomico Lodge No. 91 provided the workers to
input all of the necessary information into the computers.
This program is a comprehensive identification and protection program
designed to give families a measure of protection against the ever increasing
problem of missing children. This program is provided "free of charge" to every
Maryland family who wishes to participate.
What we provided: CD with child’s name, address, height, weight, eye color,
hair color, description of distinguishing marks, notes on health concerns,
birth date, parental / guardian contact information, 3 to 4 photos,A video
interview of the child,Digital fingerprints,DNA sample and a Dental Wafer.
It is our sincerest hope that no family will need the resources provided in our
packets, but if the need should arise we believe the information that we provide
from our program will be instrumental to law enforcement agencies in recovery
of missing children.
Lodge 91 Jackets Now Available !
Lodge 91 Master Masons in good standing can now order Masonic Jackets with
our lodge logo embroidered on the left front. The jackets are suitable for Spring,
Fall, and mild winter weather. They feature a Teklon nylon shell with a lightweight
fleece lining, zippered pockets, elastic cuffs with velcro tabs and an elastic waistband.
Adult sizes Extra Small to 6 Extra Large are available. Jackets are $50.00 each for pickup at the
lodge office or at our stated communications. Mailing jackets to out of area addresses
will cost an additional $10.00. An order form will be available in future trestleboards,
or you can click below and mail your request to the lodge office with your check for $50.00.
You will need Adobe Acrobat to open the Order form, which includes a size chart and more information.
Click here for
the Order Form in Adobe Acrobat.