What does it mean to be moving through the chair

by John
(Thousand Oaks CA USA)

What is meant by moving through the chair in a progressive line of office and with whom does it start and finish with

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Nov 12, 2018
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Chairs explained
by: Bob

Sorry for the delay; Tim has been having some serious family problems.

The offices in a lodge can be referred to as 'chairs'. A Mason willing to become involved in the management of his lodge 'works' or 'moves through the chairs'. It simply means progressing through the offices.

The beginning one would vary between jurisdictions, but the highest office in a lodge is that of the Master, akin to the president of a club or other social body.

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