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Contents:

DeMolay Life 4

Chapters 21

Awards & Honors 33

State Line 45

Sweethearts 55

EO & Advisors 61

The Year Ahead 69

Masonic Supporters 73

Other Supporters 113

Boosters 136

Acknowledgements 139

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CONCLAVE 2012

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PRIORY

MR. DEMOLAY

2012

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ULTIMATE FRISBEE

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Helping our Brothers in Wyoming

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CRAZY TIMES

AND CRAZY PEOPLE

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COLORADO CONCLAVE 2012

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COLORADO STATE

CONGRESS

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Grand Masters Class

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Colorado Ritual Tournament

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Colorado Chapters

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Meetings are held every second and fourth Thursday of each month, 7:00pm

Colorado Springs Chapter would like to thank our Masonic

sponsors for their very generous support.

El Paso Lodge #13

Colorado Springs Lodge #76

Fountain Valley Lodge #191

Pikes Peak High Twelve

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Congratulations

Tally!

Your Chapter is

here to support

your term.

Pueblo Installation

SCOTTISH RITE FAMILY PICNIC

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COLORADO DEMOLAY

Golden City Lodge #1

400 Tenth St. Golden CO 80401

We meet every month on the 1st

and third Wednesday. Our

meetings begin promptly at

7:00 PM.

Chapter Dad: Ryan Puckett

Chapter Chairman: Jon Sellars

Our Advisors, councilors and

appointed officers send our best

wishes to Zach as he leaves his

State Master Councilor position.

We extend our most sincere

congratulations to Tally as he steps

into this position. Good luck! We

hope you have a great year Tally!

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BACK YARD PARTIES

LOCK-IN PARTIES

HOLIDAY CHARITIES, PARTIES & DANCES

CHAPTER TRIPS

MASONIC SERVICE & SUPPORT

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Honors, Awards &

Ritual Competition

An award - is an achievement to be worked toward, a goal or a recognition to be earned. You can apply for an award.

An honor - is granted without the recipient knowing about it until it is announced. DeMolay honors must be voted on by the

ISC as a whole.

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The Degree of Chevalier is the highest honor that an active DeMolay can receive. This honor also may be granted to a Senior DeMolay. The Degree is a citation for outstanding and marked DeMolay activity and labor.

2012 Recipients

Jeremy Aggerbeck - Broomfield

Benny Nadine - Colorado Springs

Tally Bennett - Colorado Springs

The Representative DeMolay Award is the highest self-achievement award Active and Senior DeMolays can earn. It's a self-assessment program where you progress toward goals you set for yourself. You complete a detailed survey of your interests, achievements, general knowledge and habits.

2012 Recipients

Jeremy - Broomfield

Tanner - High Plains

Jonathon - Golden

Mason - Golden

Jurisdiction Awards - 2012

Chapter of the Year High Plains Chapter

DeMolay of the Year - 2012

Mason - Golden

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Colorado DeMolay

Tournament Results 2013

Flower Talk

1st Place, Tim - Broomfield

Ceremony Of Light

1st Place, Zack - Broomfield

2nd Place, Sean - High Plains

DeMolay Degree/Jacques DeMolay

1st Place, Alex - Golden

DeMolay Degree/Junior Inquisitor

1st Place, Mason - Golden

DeMolay Degree/Orator

1st Place, Mason - Golden

Chapter Proficiency - Chaplain

1st Place, Mason - Golden

Preceptor 5th

1st Place, Joey - Colorado Springs

Master Squire

1st Place, Gabriel - High Plains

Also making a run for the gold were High Plains Chapter Team in

Ceremony Of Light and Christopher, Broomfield Chapter for Obligations.

This was a great day for Colorado DeMolay. Let's get everyone in the

Chapters ready to compete next year!

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CHEVALIER DEGREE

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2012 Chapter Recipient: High Plains Chapter

Congratulations!

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What Relay Means I walked to the track not sure what to expect.

I left the track with a deep, sincere respect.

I watched so many walk lap after lap,

Some stopped for while to grab a quick nap.

Most were lost in memories and thoughts of someone dear,

Thinking of the loved ones pain and fear.

For me as I walked I thought of my hero, my Mother,

But as I walked a little more, I thought of so many others.

I thought of the friends I met as part of this event,

I thought of others who were in Heaven as God sent.

I thought of the love and dedication of the committee of Relay,

How their actions speak so much louder than words could say.

This disease called cancer is hated by so many,

A cure will be found with each and every penny.

Our path was lit by those who are fighting and those who fought,

In each Luminaria, was someone loved and something special taught.

So what does Relay for Life now mean to me?

It means the fight must go on until everyone is free.

It means that survivors, caregivers and believers like us all,

Can walk around a track standing proud and tall.

We look cancer in the eye and say without fear,

A cure to end you is so very, very near.

Tanya Scott

June 12, 2012

http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/RFLMINIFY12GW?sid=128461&type=fr_informational&pg=informational&fr_id=46032

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State Line

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Year Past State Master Councilor Chapter 2012-2013 Zachary Bush Columbine 2011-2012 Lawrence Mack Arapahoe 2010-2011 Dom Barrera Millennium 2009-2010 Nick Guzzo Millennium 2008-2009 Ory Newman Broomfield 2007-2008 James Reiter Colorado Springs 2006-2007 Austin Hinkle Colorado Springs 2005-2006 Nathaniel Crask Broomfield 2004-2005 Tristin Murphy Millennium 2003-2004 Kyle Murphy Millennium 2002-2003 Steven Rousell Broomfield 2001-2002 Joshua Hoyle Broomfield 2000-2001 Abe Pilato Poudre Valley 1999-2000 Brandon Duncan Englewood 1998-1999 Glen Brown Colorado Springs 1997-1998 Clinton (C.W.) Garrett Englewood 1996-1997 Matt Bucher Colorado Springs 1995-1996 Tyler Chesher Englewood 1995 Travis Graves Greeley 1994-1995 Dale Lundgren Lakewood 1993-1994 Michael Foster Aurora 1992-1993 Bernie Lehman Broomfield 1991-1992 Stephen Brothers Aurora 1990-1991 Herbert Carr Columbine 1989-1990 Marc Seter Broomfield 1988-1989 Roger Wilson Longmont 1987-1988 Greg Greenstreet Lamar 1986-1987 Kyle Taylor Longmont 1985-1986 Bob Screws Arvada

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Year Past State Master Councilor Chapter 1984-1985 Chris Hochmuth Columbine 1983-1984 Randy (Rand) Ahrens Englewood 1982-1983 Keith Loring Columbine 1981-1982 Alan Arney , PIMC Lakewood 1980-1981 James Hursch Englewood 1979-1980 Tim Riggle Columbine 1978-1979 Bob Cornellie Columbine 1977-1978 Jeff Bush Columbine 1976-1977 Charley Rastle Mile Hi 1975-1976 Rick Jewert Poudre Valley 1974-1975 Dave Schachterle Mile Hi 1973-1974 Doug Ahrens Englewood 1972-1973 Mark Wilson Denver 1971-1972 Bob Hoyle Broomfield 1970-1971 Randall Beeson Aurora 1969-1970 Kent Gould Boulder 1968-1969 Donald Inkin Mile Hi 1967-1968 Tom Montel Fort Morgan 1966-1967 Tom Selders Greeley 1965-1966 John Lamb Fellowship 1964-1965 Charles Larsen Fellowship 1963-1964 Steve Dillman Boulder 1962-1963 Douglas Kelly Arvada 1961-1962 Ronald Blumberg Grand Mesa 1960-1961 Craig Eckhard Lakewood 1959-1960 Bill Weakley Sterling 1958-1959 Max Timmons Columbine 1957-1958 John Goetz Fort Morgan

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Year Past State Master Councilor Chapter 1956-1957 Christian Johnson Boulder 1955-1956 Wayne Cheedle Columbine 1954-1955 Gene Frankbery Arvada 1953-1954 Bryon McGlothlin Valley 1952-1953 Paul Kopecky Denver 1951-1952 Michael Straver Colorado Springs 1950-1951 Max Shelf Canon City 1949-1950 Dean Carpenter Greeley 1948-1949 Jack Blackmarr Boulder 1947-1948 Wayne Jurgens Longmont 1946-1947 William Tilson Canon City 1945-1946 Tracey Heatwhol Keystone 1944-1945 Donald Ramstetter Golden 1943-1944 John Wilson Fellowship 1942-1943 Dale Miller Greeley 1941-1942 Jam