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Humblousity

January 2, 2008 Leave a comment

Traditionally, this is the best time of year for looking over the good and the gaffs of the previous year while resolving to do better in the coming one.  It’s an admirable thing, especially in other people.

Accordingly, I’m pleased to announce that I have been named the humblest and most modest blogger ever.  I can say without trepidation that I certainly deserve that honor; I tell everyone within earshot that I never toot my own horn, and I proclaim as often as possible, lest anyone forget, that I have no desire to receive accolades for my modest ways and self-effacing personality.

However, because I’m much, much more modest than pretty much anyone else that I know, I’m not going to mention that several people have also said the same thing about me. I guess my humblousity is one of those things that you’ll have to discover for yourselves.

Wishing you all the best in 2008.

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Pierpont Edwards Award given at Friendship Lodge

September 11, 2007 Leave a comment

Pierpont Edwards Award given at Friendship Lodge in Southington

On Saturday, September 1st, Friendship Lodge No. 33 in Southington held a Ladies Appreciation Dinner. WM David Hubbs wanted to take the opportunity to laud the wives and partners of the lodge members who support Friendship Lodge, either by coming down to the various events and pitching in to help, or by “allowing your husbands to come out and play” as he quipped.

But there was another event planned for the day that everybody knew about – except for the honoree.

At the end of the wonderful dinner (prepared mainly by the officers) WB Peter Boychuck was surprised to be called to the podium by the Grand Master, where he was presented with the Pierpont Edwards Medal in Bronze. On hand to present the award was MWGM William Greene, accompanied by most of the Grand Lodge officers, and the officers of the 5th District.

The Pierpont Edwards Award is one of the highest given by the Grand Lodge of Connecticut. It is awarded to commemorate outstanding service. A little more about it can be found on the Grand Lodge of Connecticut website.

Yes, it’s hard to believe that even the Masons could keep a secret that big for over two months, but WB Boychuck had no idea that he was to be honored for his hard work and dedication to the CTCHIP program in his capacity as the State Chairperson for the last five years. WB Boychuck has been active with the CTCHIP program right from the start, and helped in virtually every capacity, from setting up booths to running the equipment, to coordinating events with local fairs and schools. Peter has been instrumental to the success of the program, and certainly deserves to be honored for his labors.

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