Masonic reunion and awards

Dale Cain, right, reads a proclamation before awarding Bob, left, and Peggy, center, Cartmill with the Cryptic Masons Youth Award for their service to youth at a banquet on April 28. Though the award is presented by the Grand York Rite Masons of Alaska, Cain was also in Juneau as part of the Reunion for the Juneau Valley of Scottish Rite Masons of Alaska. Cain - who as deputy of the Supreme Council in the Orient of Alaska is the head of Scottish Rite Masonry in Alaska - participated in events of the Reunion, which culminated woth the banquet. During the Reunion, six men from Southeast joined the Scottish Rite and became 32nd-degree Scottish Rite Masons. They were: Rob Baysden and Charles Ward of Juneau, Jack Ozment and Ed Phillips from Sitka, Nick Merfeld from Ketchikan and Andrew Tronrud from Skagway. (Photo courtesy of Claude Roberts)

Dale Cain, right, reads a proclamation before awarding Bob, left, and Peggy, center, Cartmill with the Cryptic Masons Youth Award for their service to youth at a banquet on April 28. Though the award is presented by the Grand York Rite Masons of Alaska, Cain was also in Juneau as part of the Reunion for the Juneau Valley of Scottish Rite Masons of Alaska. Cain — who as deputy of the Supreme Council in the Orient of Alaska is the head of Scottish Rite Masonry in Alaska — participated in events of the Reunion, which culminated woth the banquet. During the Reunion, six men from Southeast joined the Scottish Rite and became 32nd-degree Scottish Rite Masons. They were: Rob Baysden and Charles Ward of Juneau, Jack Ozment and Ed Phillips from Sitka, Nick Merfeld from Ketchikan and Andrew Tronrud from Skagway.

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