Delta, Ohio History Book available for viewing online

As part of an ongoing digitization project, The Delta Public Library has been working on making the full text of the Delta, Ohio Area History book available for online viewing. They are happy to announce that this project has been completed. This treasure trove of information on Delta and local families is available online.  The book covers the history of Delta and the surrounding area from before Delta’s 1863 incorporation until the book’s publication in 1990.  Visit The Delta Public Library Website for more information.

2015 2nd Quarter Mini Symposium

The 2nd Quarter Mini Symposium will bring together Masons from all across Ohio in an effort to help those seeking a more meaningful Masonic Experience.
  • Table Lodge facilitated by Fulton Lodge No. 248 (Cost is a donation)
  • Lunch Speaker: WB Duane Kemerley will speak on “Relationships as the Cornerstone of the Lodge Experience.”
  • Retire to Lodge room where the Brethren of Arts & Sciences will open a Lodge of Entered Apprentice and provide a synopsis of their Lodge culture.
  • Facilitated Discussion: “Finding what I seek in Freemasonry.”
  • RWB Dan Hrinko will speak on “The Craft Driven Lodge” model.
More on our Speakers:
WB Duane Kemerley is a certified Myers Briggs Type Indicator Qualified Practitioner and a National Church Developer Consultant/Coach. Duane is a Freemason University instructor, a Knight of the York Cross of Honor and a 33rd Degree Mason.

RWB Daniel Hrinko is the charter Master of Arts & Sciences Lodge No. 792. He served as a member of the Grand Lodge of Ohio Committee on Education and Information and as a District Education Officer. He currently serves as a District Deputy Grand Master in the 9th Masonic District. Dan is the author of “The Craft Driven Lodge.”
When: Saturday May 30th from 12:00pm to 4:00 PM
Where: Fulton Lodge No. 248, 400 Main St., Delta, OH 43515
Dress: Jacket and tie
RSVP RequiredPlease RSVP to RWB Matt Gloor at not later than 5/22/15.

Masonic Home Presentation at May 6 Meeting

Mark Harris (pictured center) with the Ohio Masonic Home Foundation gave a presentation as part of a state wide kickoff to raise awareness on the benefits and services the Foundation provides.  He provided us some great information on not only the history, but many of the ways the Masonic Home has evolved and adapted to meet current needs.  Mark invited all Masons to attend the Community Day on July 26 at the Browning Masonic Home in Waterville, OH.  Events include a Cruise In, and a Zenobia Shriners parade stepping off at noon.  Further information can be found at  We also have a flyer available for the Cruise In.