FROM THE SOUTH

Brethren,

     A late evening on a Wednesday and my creativity level is a little short. Has that happened to you... where you try to think outside of the box to solve a problem only to come up empty-handed? For me, it seems like the harder I try, the harder it is. I have to take a step back at the situation and think about it... or I collaborate with others for a solution. I suppose you can say that this is a lesson of patience. Freemason Benjamin Franklin once said, "He that can have patience can have what he will." I continue learning the art of patience.
     November is our last full month before installation and I want to take a moment to thank all the officers and members for a fantastic year. Stepping into Junior Warden, initially, was challenging and I thank you for your confidence and trust. Do not hesitate to contact me if there are any suggestions you may have.

Fraternally,
Larry R. LaCost Jr., PM
Senior Warden Elect 2018