by Andy Hoffman
A Big Thanks to Michael Dollinger
Mike Dollinger’s Chef uniform presentation. Photos by Brad King
This year we had the tough task of finding a new Quarter Master. The brother who is quarter master runs the kitchen. He makes sure supplies are stocked, someone is prepared to cook, and if not, he cooks himself. It requires getting to Lodge early and is a lot of work. Who would be up for the challenge you ask? Michael Dollinger!
Mike runs a tailoring business in Broad Ripple called Smoking Iron Alterations (www.smokingironalterations.com). He steps away from his shop nearly every Tuesday to make sure the brothers belly’s are filled with delicious vittles. His meals range from Sloppy Joes, to the best German heritage food one can find.
Worshipful Master Hinshaw presents Mike with a token of appreciation. Photo By Brad King
We are all very thankful for what Mike has done. He helped make this year special with amazing food and seeing the fellowship flourish. As a token of thanks, Worshipful Master Chris Hinshaw saw fit to present Mike with a custom Chef jacket and hat.
by Andy Hoffman
Candy May (center) made it to the Fish Fry this year to enjoy some fish, sides and delicious pie.
We have the sad news that on Tuesday September 30, 2014, Candy May, Worthy Matron of the Millersville Chapter of the Eastern Star, passed away after brief battle with cancer.
She was loved by every Millersville Mason and will be deeply missed. Candy has been a loving force in the OES at Millersville and around Indiana. She ran the Millersville Family Breakfast since 2006, and has been dedicated to making our Fish Fry a success every year, for many many years. Beyond that her positive and loving personality warmed the entire Millersville Masonic Family. She will be deeply missed.
A memorial service will be held for Candy May at Millersville Masonic Lodge Building (4990 Kessler Blvd East) on Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 3:00 PM.