It is 7.15 a.m. on this Saturday morning and on looking out of the window I see a wonderful red sun rise, but what do they say, “Red sky in the morning, shepherds’ warning,” we will have to wait and see.
Once again we experienced a snowfall in some parts of our Province this week. This made me ponder about this natural occurrence. Snow is a solid precipitation in the form of small white or translucent ice crystals of various shapes originating in the atmosphere as frozen particles of water vapour. A snow flake is an aggregation of ice crystals which fall as snow. We are told that each snow flake has its’ own identity and that no two snowflakes are of the same configuration. It takes millions of flakes to make up a substantial depth so the mind boggles at the wonder nature once again.
Please read the Letter (link below) from our Pro Grand Master and his announcement regarding a reduction in Annual dues. It is a sure indication that MMH are listening to the concerns of the Heads of our Orders administered from 86 St James Street, London.