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Montana Freemason                April 2016                                          Volume 92 Number 3

Dues Cards Presented at Session                          Attire for Session

Current Dues Card: the current Dues Card will need       Thursday, June 26th
to presented at check in and Registration at Session.             Grand Lodge Officers – Black Tuxedos
The current dues card will be blue in color and                   Visiting Dignitaries – Black Tuxedos
show the expiration date of December 31, 2016. The                Masons – Suit or Coat & Tie
barcode on the dues card will be scanned to expedite              Ladies – Formal
check in and verify voting status. Failure to bring               Boat cruise and dinner – Business Casual
and present your 2016 Dues Card may result in you
not being allowed to participate in Session.             Friday, June 27th
                                                                  Session
              Aprons For Session                                  Grand Lodge Officers – Black Tuxedos
                                                                  Visiting Dignitaries - Suit or Coat & Tie
Again this year all officers are encouraged to bring              Masons – Suit or Coat & Tie
and wear the apron appropriate to their office or                 Master Masons Banquet
station within the Lodge. Also, all Past Masters                  Grand Lodge Officers – Suit or Coat & Tie
are encouraged to wear their Past Master’s Apron.                 Masons – Suit or Coat & Tie
There will be a limited number of plain paper aprons              Ladies –Complimentary to the men
available for use.
The lambskin apron is the prized possession of every     Saturday, June 28th
Mason. In order to protect it from the deterioration of           Session
frequent use, it is customary to wear as a substitute,            Grand Lodge Officers – Black Tuxedo
a white cloth apron supplied by the Lodge. Some                   Visiting Dignitaries – Suit or Coat & Tie
Lodges provide special aprons with blue trim and                  Masons – Suit or Coat & Tie
appropriate emblems for their officers, and most
Grand Lodges have more elaborate aprons for their        Installation for new Grand Master & Grand
officers. To be “properly clothed,” a Mason must         Lodge Officers
wear the apron in Lodge unless, as an officer, he
wears the appropriate apron supplied him by the                   Grand Lodge Officers – Black Tuxedo
Lodge or Grand Lodge.                                             Visiting Dignitaries – Suit or Coat & Tie
                                                                  Masons – Suit or Coat & Tie
                                                                  Ladies – complimentary to the men
                                                         Reception for new Grand Master and Officers
                                                                  All Masons – Suit or Coat & Tie
                                                                  Ladies – complimentary to the men

Within the Grand Jurisdiction of Montana Masons
always wear their aprons outside of clothing; not
under the coat or jacket.

                   All Session Events will be at the Radisson Colonial Hotel.

                            Proposed Legislation

The proposed legislation presented herein has been reviewed and approved by your Committee on
Jurisprudence. The legislation proposed is in proper format for presentation to the Craft. For complete
detailed legislation please see the Advance Proceedings or the copies available during Session.

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