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Master Builder Award Program Summary

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The primary purpose of The Master Builder Award Program is to encourage and recognize lodges in the planning, implementation and management of a well-rounded yearly program promoting lodge activities, brotherhood, charitable work, and involvement in their community.

 

Application:

In order to be considered for The Master Builder Award, a lodge must submit an application form to the Grand Lodge Education Committee detailing their activities for the year. To confirm the application’s accuracy and completeness, it must be reviewed and signed by the Worshipful Master and the lodge Secretary, with the lodge seal affixed. Documentation of activities may be included, if desired, but is not required. To receive the award, a lodge must meet the Mandatory Requirement, achieve five or more Major Standards, and achieve eight or more Basic Standards, for a total of fourteen accomplishments. Requirements are stated on the application form. Any questions should be directed to the Program Administrator, which is normally the Senior Grand Warden or other designee of the Grand Master.

Lodge Program Director:

The Worshipful Master of each lodge should appoint a Master Builder Program Director for the lodge who will serve as the liaison between the lodge and the Grand Lodge Education Committee. This information will be communicated in writing by mailing the Program Director Letter to the Grand Lodge office at the beginning of the year.The Worshipful Master of each lodge should appoint a Master Builder Program Director for the lodge who will serve as the liaison between the lodge and the Grand Lodge Education Committee. This information will be communicated in writing by mailing the Program Director Letter to the Grand Lodge office at the beginning of the year.

Presentations:

Lodges that earn the Master Builder Award will be recognized for their efforts and success during a special presentation at the annual communication. Lodges who become Master Builders for the first time will receive a plaque with the square and compasses, Grand Lodge name and Lodge name designating them as a Master Builder. Each successive year that a lodge becomes a Master Builder they will be presented with an attachment plate that hangs from the header plaque to represent all the years of distinction for the lodge.

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Master Builder Award Recipients

Note: The Master Builder Award is a TEAM Effort and can only be achieved by the combined efforts of the entire Lodge. Below is recorded the Year the Master Builder Award was achieved; the name of the Lodge that earned the Master Builder Award; and the presiding Worshipful Master who lead his team to victory.

2004

Ronald Kimeron Speaks——– Geo. Washington Lodge № 24 F. & A. M. of Utah.

2005

Ronald Clayton Polk Jr. ——–Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F. & A. M. of Utah.

2006

Michael Parry Smith——–Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F. & A. M. of Utah.

2007

Wm. E. McCraw——–Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F. & A. M. of Utah.

2008

Martin Wallace Moss ——–Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F. & A. M. of Utah.

2009

James L. Sweet——–Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F. & A. M. of Utah.

2011

Aaron D. Tafoya——–Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F. & A. M. of Utah.

2012

Jason R. Cook——–Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F. & A. M. of Utah.

2013

Stephen H. Peterson——–Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F. & A. M. of Utah.

2015

Rickard F. Bartolic——–Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F. & A. M. of Utah.

2016

Anthony Lella——–Golden Spike Lodge № 6 F. & A. M. of Utah.

 

 

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