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GOLDEN TROWEL AWARD 2005

Oak Forest Lodge's Brother Bill Greenwood
Receives the 2005 Golden Trowel Award

The Golden Trowel Award
As Revised January, 2001

From The Grand Lodge Of Texas Web Site

  • Since its inception the Golden Trowel Award continues to be an exciting means for Lodges to recognize and honor distinguished members with an official award from the Grand Lodge of Texas. It is for use by all Texas Lodges.

  • The Golden Trowel is the Lodge's formal recognition of a Brother for his devoted service to Masonic principles in general or to his Lodge. It is intended for the Brother who, year after year, quietly, but actively demonstrates his devotion to the teachings of Masonry without thought of recognition or special honors.

  • Every Lodge has such members. They spread the living cement that builds our Fraternity into a true Brotherhood.

  • You will find them at labor in the kitchens, on the work committees, in public office, on community projects, in service clubs, heavily involved in their church activities and in schools - anywhere that a true and steady hand of assistance is needed.

  • It is to those Master Craftsmen that the Golden Trowel Award is designated as the highest award a Lodge can bestow upon an individual member.

  • This award is not intended to replace or supersede any individual recognition award already established by a Lodge. It provides the advantages of a single, official award which is recognized state wide.

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Click to view image Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Thompson

Click to view image JPG Bill & Donna Greenwood and Daughter & Son-in-law

Click to view image M.C. Francis Love - DDGM John Cook - Award Recipient Bill Greenwood - Marshall Jimmie Thompson - W.M. "Art" Bergeron

Click to view image Past Commander Bill Weir with Arabian Color Guard

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