2011 Officers

Saturday, January 8th 2011 was the installation ceremonies for the officers of Broad Ripple Lodge #643 for the 2011 year. We welcomed Mike Walkup from the West to be this years Worshipful Master. Some familiar faces moving up the line, and and some new guys stepping up to join this group of dedicated masons. Unable to make the ceremony, but installed in Due Form the following Stated Meeting were our Tyler, Chaplin, and Marshal. After the installation, we had lunch and dessert served in our dining hall below the lodge room. This public ceremony is a great way to show the lodge room to someone interested in Freemasonry, family and friends. It also provides some insight into our traditions and ceremonies.

 The full set of photos from the day can be seen on Flickr.

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Back Row – Lee Hargitt, PM (Treasurer, Trustee), Darren J. Klem, PM (Secretary)
Front – Jacob C. Mann (Sr. Deacon), Matt Griffin (Jr. Deacon), Mike DeWitt (Sr. Warden),
Mike Walkup (Worshipful Master), Ben Fuhr (Jr. Warden),
Matt Scherer (Sr. Steward), Doug Eckhart (Jr. Steward)

Not Pictured-Neal Bennett (Chaplain), Arlie Hartman (Marshall), William Greve (Tyler)
Todd M Ebbert, PM (Trustee), Christopher L Hodapp, PM (Trustee)

Author:

Broad Ripple Lodge #643 F&AM

WB Brian Ross

Worshipful Master Brian Ross

An excellent place to find some good and true life long friends.

WB Lee Hargitt III

Past Master WB Lee Hargitt III

I have been a member here for many years. I have made some of my best friends in life at this Lodge

WB Steve Mayflower

Bro Steve Mayflower

I came to Masonry as a way to meet some new friends. But in a short time, my new Brothers and the Lodge became a very important part of my life. The men I admire the most are my Masonic Brothers.

WB Arlie Hartman

Past Master Arlie Hartman

Where fun and fellowship is had by good men.

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goes all out to deliver high-class restaurant-quality meals!
To check out more delicious meals by the Knife & Fork Committee, please feel free to come to dinner before one of our meetings, most Thursday nights at 6:30pm.