Denbrook DeMolay Posts Flags At Veterans Memorial Park

Denbrook DeMolay members met at the Veterans Memorial Park on Sunday February 11th, In observance of Patriots Day. DeMolay International defines the Patriots Day Observance as a day convenient to the Chapter during the month of February, where the Chapter arranges a special observance featuring the nation's great patriotic events and the great patriots who participated in them. 

The posting of the flags included a Veterans Prayer by the Master Councilor Tyler Wasinski, and the part of the Installation of the Junior Councilor by Quinn Brown, State Officer of Ohio DeMolay and Past Master Councilor of Denbrook Chapter. 

The DeMolay fraternity is the premier and most widely prestigious youth organization in the world dedicated to teaching young men between 12 to 21 years of age to be better persons and leaders. DeMolay members learn leadership skills, public speaking, time management and financial management. In addition to these skills, DeMolay also offers an expansive social and athletic program with the opportunity for civic awareness, responsibility and character development through a variety of self-directed, real-world applications and activities.

Numerous young men in the United States actively participate in DeMolay chapters today and well over one million men have benefited from the DeMolay program and experience since it was founded in 1919. There have been Senior DeMolays that have achieved greatness and fame as Astronauts, Presidents, U.S. Senators, Governors, business leaders and successful community minded citizens.

General information is available at www.beademolay.org.  For local information contact David Wolfe (Chapter Dad Advisor) at denbrook1923@gmail.com 

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Denbrook DeMolay appreciates the opportunity to post colors at the Memorial, and would like to thank the City of Parma for allowing them to host the Chapter’s Patriots Observance at the park. 

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Volume 16, Issue 3, Posted 8:59 AM, 03.01.2024