Committees

Committees


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Committee

Brother William Flores (Lead)
The Brotherhood Committee’s duty is to keep in contact with those members who do not regularly attend Lodge, be it for reasons related to illness, age, or geographic location. Should a regularly attending brother miss 2 consecutive meetings without contacting the Lodge, the committee is obligated to reach out to the brother to determine if there is sickness or distress. It is also this committee’s function to remain in contact with widows and/or orphans of deceased Brethren.

Brother Haskell Greenidge (Lead)
The Community Service Committee schedules, plans and coordinates with the Grand Lodge in conjunction with any and all entities involved in each particular event. This committee is also responsible for staffing, budgeting and financing the events and must also ensure that the proper equipment and materials necessary will be available. All pertinent event information is communicated to our IT/PR Committee for the purpose of creating flyers, uploading event information to our Lodge website, and communicating events via mass emailing.

Brother Anthony Librizzi (Lead)
The IT/PR Committee is responsible for the design, construction and maintenance of the Lodge website. All pertinent Community Service or Social event information is communicated to this committee for the purpose of creating flyers, uploading event information to our Lodge website, and communicating events via mass emailing and texting. The committee manages the flow of information originating in our Lodge and is responsible for dispersing it to our brothers, as well as those of other Lodges and in some cases to the general public.

Brother Anthony Rosado (Lead)
The Social Committee schedules, plans and coordinates each social event. This committee is also responsible for staffing, budgeting and financing the events and must also ensure that the proper equipment and materials necessary will be available. They are to assure that food and refreshment are ample, entertainment is in good taste, and that the venue provides the proper decorum conducive to a “Family Gathering”. All pertinent event information is communicated to our IT/PR Committee for the purpose of creating invites, uploading event information to our Lodge website, and communicating events via mass emailing.

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