With an auditorium filled with about 350 masons, representing over half of the lodges represented in Kansas. The public session began with the Grand Procession and reception of visiting dignitaries. Kansas Masons and their ladies were able to hear reports from the several appendant bodies recognized in Kansas.
The formal Tiled session began on time with the Grandmasters address, who wholeheartedly thanked the craft for giving him the opportunity to serve as Grand Master. Reports from the Kansas Masonic Foundation and the Kansas Masonic Home showed that Kansas Masons are working hard to continue their charitable endeavors.
At 1130, the craft adjourned to one of three breakout sessions before return to their work in the Tyled session. The afternoon session held debates and votes over 5 different By-laws Proposals. There was also the presentation of a petition to charter a new lodge.
Upon an overwhelming vote of he craft, Heritage Lodge #458, was created and the Grandmaster ordered the charter officers to report to the lodge room for installation once the Grand Lodge was at refreshment. This is only the second lodge in almost 50 years to be created by such a vote.