Atlantic Province Rendezvous 2015
Atlantic Provinces DeMolay Rendezvous 2015
July 22-24, 2015
On July 22nd through the 24th SMC Mike Gendreau, MC Mark Ifill Haney (New Haven Chapter) and Executive Officer Dad Needham traveled 1400 miles to and from Atlantic Provinces Moncton New Brunswick for thier annnaul Rendezvous. By all accounts another great get together with fellow DeMolays, advisors, parents, and friends, from Connecticut, Maine, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia had a great weekend.
Highlights included, Tree-Go, Dodgeball, Basketball, Obstacle Course, Capture the Flag, Ritual Competition and DeMolay Educational Classes. Both degrees were conferred, with Jurisdictional Officer at Large, Patrick Eisener of Atlantic Provinces presiding for the Initiatory Degree and SMC Mike Gendreau of Connecticut presiding for the DeMolay Degree.
The weekend culminated with a Grand Banquet and the Installation of Patrick Eisener and Bailey Brightman, as Jurisdictioonal Officers at Large for Atlantic Provinces.
A huge thank you to Dad Millet and his staff for an excellent weekend. See you next year.
the Second Forging the Future conference. A full report will follow in the comming days as the pictures are collected from the many expert photographers on staff for the event.
Included this year was the initiation of several new members, thanks to the spectacular ritualistic performance of Connecticut State Master Councillor Nick Carpenter, State Officer at Large Mike Gendreau, and Master Councillor of Edward Slade Chapter Andrew Birdsall, accompanied by the Director of Interjurisdictional Visitation Dad Tim Cavanaugh, and the one and only Executive Officer Dad Harry E. Needham III of the State of Connecticut Order of DeMolay, the best youth fraternity in the world, BAR NONE.
Pictured here are several of the members and I know you will join with us in officially welcoming the six newest members of DeMolay in Atlantic Canada, atleast one from each chapter.
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