Southern Tier York Rite College No. 126
The dress for the day should be tux for Officers or dark suit for Companion Knights.
If you are an officer and can not attend, contact the Governor so a substitute can be notified.
Regular Meeting Places on:
|Pre-Eminent Governor||Keith L. Foster email@example.com|
|Eminent Deputy Governor||Charles E. Knapp, Jr. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Treasurer||Erwin Hermann email@example.com|
|Secretary||Eugene R. Graves firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Trustee - 1 year|
|Trustee - 2 years|
|Trustee - 3 years|
|York Rite Cooperation|
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Manhattan College has set up a Facebook page. To join, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/manhattan210 and click on the +Invite button. You will be verified and if a member of the York Rite, given access.
The College met on Saturday, October 7, when Stenrick Adams, Deputy Governor, presented the College with a flag and a gavel.
The College approved the setting up of a Committee to design a bespoke tie and bowtie for the College. Since we are a daylight College, it was decided that members would wear a dark suit, and Officers a black jacket and striped pants similar to English daylight Lodges.
A photograph was taken to commemorate the 70% attendance at the October meeting.
Piers A. Vaughan
MANHATTAN COLLEGE NO. 210, Manhattan, New York
On Saturday, October 26, 2019, Manhattan College No. 210 received its Charter from Richard J. Kessler, Grand Governor of New York, accompanied by David Stoy, Deputy Grand Governor. The meeting was held in the Grand Lodge of New York, and in attendance were many members of the new College, including the Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge of New York, R.W. Richard Schulz, and M.E. Edmund D. Harrison, Past General Grand High Priest of the General Grand Chapter (the Governor of the new College). The Grand Governor praised the College for putting on an excellent Order in May, and for their enthusiasm for the new body.
Following the inauguration of the College, the members adjourned to a local restaurant for a festive luncheon.
Christopher L. Allen