Inspection

The first Order of the Temple ever to be held at the Belleville Masonic Temple in its 150+ years was a stunning success, and though some last minute cast changes were required Sir Knights from across Southeast Michigan were quick to fill in and Ann Arbor Commandery No. 13’s inspection was held without delay. Congratulations go out to Ronald Merritt II on his being created a knight among us.

The first Order of the Temple ever to be held at the Belleville Masonic Temple in its 150+ years was a stunning success, and though some last minute cast changes were required Sir Knights from across Southeast Michigan were quick to fill in and Ann Arbor Commandery No. 13’s inspection was held without delay. Congratulations go out to Ronald Merritt II on his being created a knight among us.

Despite having to replace two officers at the last minute due to illness Ypsilanti Commandery No. 54 had a fantastic inspection, and were happy to knight Thane Domrase of behalf of Ann Arbor Commandery No. 13.

In addition we had the pleasure of making Sir Knight Gary Leach, Commander of Ypsilanti, No 54 an honorary member of Ann Arbor Commandery No. 13 in recognition of his dedication to ensuring cooperation and harmony between our commanderies.

Please join us Saturday, November 9th at the Belleville Masonic Temple for our annual inspection. The Chamber of Reflection is set for 8:30am with the opening to follow at 9am. There will be a luncheon that follows that is open to Sir Knights, any Master Mason interested in attending and their families.

Deo duce, ferro comitante,
Brandon Mullins, Commander

The Belleville Masonic Temple can be found at:
515 Main Street
Belleville, MI 48111-2649

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Ypsilanti Commandery No. 54 & Ann Arbor Commandery No.13 Joint Inspection

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Ypsilanti Commandery No. 54, and Ann Arbor Commandery No. 13, Knights Templar of Michigan would like to invite all Sir Knights to attend our Joint Inspection on Saturday morning, the 15th of September 2012 at the Ypsilanti Masonic Temple, 5752 Whittaker Road, Ypsilanti MI. Sir Knight Paul Raggow, Grand Generalisimo and Sir Knight Donald L. Trumbull, Grand Senior Warden of the Grand Commandery of Michigan will be the Inspecting Officers. The Commanderies will open at 9:00 a.m. Coffee and rolls will be available at 8:15. A buffet luncheon will follow closing at a cost of $10.00 a person payable at the door or by check to Ann Arbor Commandery No. 13. Suggested dress is Templar uniform or business suit, dark tie.

Inspection Practices Scheduled

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Sir Knights,

After a series of discussions between the officers of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti Commanderies, and consulting with members of Grand Commandery we have decided to continue our tradition of a joint inspection of Ann Arbor Commandery No. 13, and Ypsilanti Commandery No. 54. We hope this will be to the benefit of all Sir Knights in Washtenaw County, and make for a stronger inspection team.

In preparation for this inspection we have decided to hold an inspection practice at 7:00pm every Thursday at the Ypsilanti Masonic Temple until the inspection with a dress rehearsal with a live knighting taking part the week of. The only exception to this schedule will be when we take a week off to attend the Grand York Rite Session.

Sir Knights are expected to bring their sword and a head covering of some kind to all practices, though dress will be otherwise casual.

Our first practice begins tonight so I hope to see all who have been assigned parts there every week, and know we will give a stupendous performance to all those in attendance. 

Deo duce, ferro comitante,

Brandon Mullins, Commander