Wisconsin DeMolay Membership Corner!
Welcome to the Wisconsin DeMolay Membership Corner! Here you can find a lot of variety of different tools that will be helpful for our membership.
Here you will find: Upcoming Deadlines, Obligatory Days, Promotional Resources, an Award Directory, and other quick resources. Full resources provided by Wisconsin DeMolay will be found on the Wisconsin DeMolay Google Drive.
DeMolay International holds several observance days throughout the year which directly correlate with the teachings of the organization. These Obligatory days are to be recognized each year by the members and further help them learn the lessons our organization teaches.
This obligatory day is observed when convenient to the chapter within the month of February. On this day chapter members should celebrate great patriotic events as well as those who participated in them.
On this day, on the Sunday nearest March 18, a DeMolay chapter should attend a religious ceremony of their choosing. This day is to teach those that religion is an important aspect within the lives of DeMolay members.
Love for parents is the first lesson DeMolay teaches, therefore, a chapter should celebrate parents on a date between May 1 and June 21. During this day the chapter should show their appreciation to their parents thought their acts, words, and modes of recognition.
DeMolay believes that education is one of the core necessities of our nation. On a day convenient to the chapter in September, the chapter should strive to emphasize the value of education not only to their own members but those of their community.
Observed nearest the 3rd of October, the chapter should explain the workings of government to it’s members, whether it be state, national, province or local government.
Frank S. Land Memorial Day
Observed near the 8th of November, the date that our founder, Frank S. Land, died. DeMolay members should celebrate the life of Frank S. Land and his impact on the world today by bringing the Order of DeMolay into fruition.
Day of Comfort
This day should be observed by a chapter in the Thanksgiving/Christmas season when convent to them. During this observance a chapter should visit those who are sick and provide them with words of comfort. This observance should not be limited to just friends, but also those within the community.
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