Dear Brethren, We have reached the midway point of 2018 and the future of Hialeah-Opa-Locka Lodge No. 391 has never been brighter! Our numbers have grown, our ritual is strong and our lodge is moving forward not only attracting new young men, but enticing older non-active brothers to return and be part of this growth. With a newly surfaced roof over our heads we got to work, passing our newest Brothers to the degree of Fellowcraft and then raising them to the sublime Degree of Master Mason, in May. Congratulations to Brothers Randy Cruz & Joshua Logo!
In April, our lodge participated in the Annual Autism Speaks Walk in Doral, FL marking the 4th year that we
participate in this event to raise funds for Autism research. This year, our lodge helped raise over $600 for this great cause, and the walk provided our Brothers with a great opportunity to bond with each other and our families.
Throughout the last few months, Hialeah-Opa-Locka Lodge also hosted two of the three Masonic Leadership Training sessions held here in District 27. The sessions are designed to educate Brothers in lodge management and break down the responsibilities set forth for each appointed and elected position. The first session was held in both English and Spanish, with the Spanish instruction being held downstairs and the English training being held upstairs in the lodge room. The third part of the M