Monday, 22nd April, 2019 saw the annual ANZAC Service at Lodge Enterprise and was well attended by members and their ladies, as well as V.Wor. Bro. Darrel Heard DGIW District 14 and his wife.
After the regular business, the Lodge was closed and set up for the ceremony. The Wor. Master, V.Wor. Bro. Arthur Rolph then invited all present to enter the lodge room.
The ANZAC service was then conducted under the guidance of Wor. Bro. Phil Holden. Unfortunately, circumstances did not permit the 211 ACU cadets to form the catafalque party as their OIC, Lt. McNamara was otherwise occupied by his wife giving birth to a baby girl just prior to the meeting time. The cadets’ sentry places were taken by the 2 Wardens and 2 Deacons of the lodge. At the end of the moving service, a talk was ably presented by Bro. Mark Wolff.
After further words of welcome and thanking the piper, Wor. Bro. John Ross, the Enterprise Orchestra, and all who took part in the ceremony, the Wor. Master invited all present to adjourn to the Festive Board for the usual excellent meal and Enterprise fellowship.
Bro. Wolff was again called upon, this time to propose the Toast to Anzac and his words in proposing the toast were well received by all present.
LEST WE FORGET
Another great night in Freemasonry!