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Proudest Dad...EVER!!!

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Topic: Proudest Dad...EVER!!!
Posted By: Guests
Subject: Proudest Dad...EVER!!!
Date Posted: December/23/2010 at 5:23pm
Yesterday,  my son received his Initiatory and DeMolay degree! 
 
This was one of the crowning moments for my son.  He was so proud to have finally received that which he has been waiting for four years to receive.
 
After his initiation, the first thing he said was "So now can be a Mason like you daddy?"  That's my boy, always looking forward.
 
Now all three of my children are actively involved in Masonic Youth organizations.
 
So much for my free time! Clap



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Posted By: tm274
Date Posted: December/23/2010 at 5:57pm
Congrats, dual.!Clap

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Initiated : 23rd April 2002
Passed   : 25th June 2002
Raised    : 24th Sept 2002

Atheism is a non-prophet organization.
32° Farenheit is certainly not higher than 3° Cel.


Posted By: Palmetto Bug
Date Posted: December/23/2010 at 6:05pm
Thumbs Up

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Posted By: fireman99
Date Posted: December/23/2010 at 6:08pm
Thumbs Up


Posted By: aogop
Date Posted: January/03/2011 at 3:04pm
As Advisory Chair of our local DeMolay Chapter, and soon-to-be Rainbow Dad I sympathize, but you forgot to mention your new job as Mobile Masonic ATM Machine LOL
DeMolay is a great organization and I hope your son's time in it will be worthwhile.


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JerryP.

PM- Shoreline Lodge#248 F&AM

Shoreline, WA.


Posted By: auratorium
Date Posted: January/03/2011 at 3:17pm
Congratulations to both you and your son.


Posted By: Gwaihir
Date Posted: August/25/2011 at 11:16pm
A bit belated, but congratulations!


Posted By: daves
Date Posted: August/26/2011 at 1:05am
Congratulations

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The Carrington Lodge (WAC 363)
Bassendean RAC (WAC 20)
18th Boucaut RC (AASR Australia 5)
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Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: August/30/2011 at 10:07am
Thank you all for the congratulations.  As a quick update, my oldest daughter was just installed as Chaplain for her Bethel.  My youngest daughter was installed as Junior Custodian at her Bethel.  My son was just installed as Junior Steward in his Demolay Chapter.  They're moving up and getting ever more involved.


Posted By: tm274
Date Posted: August/30/2011 at 7:07pm
Great stuff, Dual. Thumbs Up
All ya gotta do now is hand out the cigars.


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Initiated : 23rd April 2002
Passed   : 25th June 2002
Raised    : 24th Sept 2002

Atheism is a non-prophet organization.
32° Farenheit is certainly not higher than 3° Cel.


Posted By: daves
Date Posted: August/30/2011 at 7:13pm
And the Johnnie Walker (Black Label)

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The Carrington Lodge (WAC 363)
Bassendean RAC (WAC 20)
18th Boucaut RC (AASR Australia 5)
http://thecarringtonlodge.blogspot.com" rel="nofollow - The Carrington Lodge





Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: August/31/2011 at 9:02am
Daves, if blended Scotch is your poison, might I suggest A'bunadh.  It does not have an age statement on the bottle, but is only released in limited, small batches every year.
A'bunadh (pronounced aboonah) is exclusively aged in oak, sherry casks and due to the limited batch size, its nose and palate fluctuate year to year, but is one of the world's premier Scotch brands, IMO.
 
Aberlour (the parent distilery) also makes some VERY fine Single Malts (up to 18 year old) if you prefer Single Malt.
 


Posted By: daves
Date Posted: August/31/2011 at 6:16pm
Thanks for the tip. I am also fond of single malts, but SWMBO prefers me not to drink these since I usually drink too much and then have difficulty walking. I agree Aberlour do make some very fine Single Malts. One of the finest Speyside distilleries.

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The Carrington Lodge (WAC 363)
Bassendean RAC (WAC 20)
18th Boucaut RC (AASR Australia 5)
http://thecarringtonlodge.blogspot.com" rel="nofollow - The Carrington Lodge





Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: September/02/2011 at 3:09pm
I'm a single malt man as well.  For a daily drinker I like McCallan 12 year.  SWMBO???


Posted By: aogop
Date Posted: September/02/2011 at 3:17pm
Yikes, 12-year for a daily?  It's almost $100 bucks up here in our State-run liquor stores.  I have a few 10-years in my cabinet as they were half the price.  2 extra years for $50, no idea why.

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JerryP.

PM- Shoreline Lodge#248 F&AM

Shoreline, WA.


Posted By: daves
Date Posted: September/02/2011 at 5:51pm
She Who Must Be Obeyed

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The Carrington Lodge (WAC 363)
Bassendean RAC (WAC 20)
18th Boucaut RC (AASR Australia 5)
http://thecarringtonlodge.blogspot.com" rel="nofollow - The Carrington Lodge





Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: September/03/2011 at 12:45am
Originally posted by aogop aogop wrote:

Yikes, 12-year for a daily?  It's almost $100 bucks up here in our State-run liquor stores.  I have a few 10-years in my cabinet as they were half the price.  2 extra years for $50, no idea why.
 
Fortunately, it's a little cheaper here in San Diego, and I get my refreshments at the base liquor store where there is significant savings on the list price and no taxes which makes it much more affordable.


Posted By: AaronSawyer
Date Posted: October/07/2014 at 2:53pm
Belated Congrats on the degrees. As for the rest of this thread, I prefer a midrange port for daily consumption.



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