Let’s Talk Respect, or Initiatory Promises Translated
October 28, 2016
Why do we wear a coat and tie to our business meetings? We don’t dress so formally for fun night, or for rehearsals. Yes, it’s true, that dressing up seems to change us, and make us feel better about ourselves, and it makes us look good to outsiders, but I think we wear a coat and tie to our business meetings as a matter of respect toward DeMolay and the Ritual we perform.
Every one of you made promises when you were obligated into DeMolay, and you repeat them ever…
By Evan Ruszczyk, DSMC
October 20, 2016
Connecticut DeMolay held its annual Brotherhood Weekend at Camp Hazen from October 14th to the 16th.
The weekend began with the induction of a new member and then the guys enjoyed a game of manhunt.
On Saturday morning, everyone enjoyed some dodgeball with some advisors even joining in on the fun. After lunch, everyone broke off to enjoy some of the activities provided by the camp which included kayaking and canoeing, archery, and a climbing tower. We then got back together t…
September 30, 2016
This message is being released through many DeMolay websites, news services, and social media:
It is with great sadness that we learned of the untimely passing of Kristina Needham. She is the daughter of Executive Officer, Dad Harry E. Needham, III and Supreme Inspector for Rainbow, Mom Anne Needham.
The following are excerpts from Dad Needham’s message.
“As many of you know Kristina passed away yesterday morning. Here are preliminary arrangements for Kristina, Thank you …
Region 1 LTC
By: Keith Schmidt, SMar
September 29, 2016
This year's Leadership Training Conference was a very special for all DeMolay's who attended. The International Master Councilor, Brother Braden Zimmerman arrived on Sunday a little bit after everyone was settled into their cabins and Chapters. He stayed with all of us for the entire week. He taught us about how DeMolay International runs some of their programs, and he also shared with us his DeMolay experience from when he was Master Councilor, all the way to when he became Internati…