The Past Master Councilor’s Meritorious Service Award
The PMC Meritorious Service Award was originated by the Founder of the Order of DeMolay, “Dad” Frank S. Land. He recognized the tremendous advantage gained by the Master Councilor in having a pre-planned program for his term of office. When such a program has been planned and distributed to the Chapter membership in printed form, the Master Councilor has gone a long way in achieving goals he has set.
While the newly elected Master Councilor is the only one qualified to apply for and achieve the award, he cannot do it alone. The requirements can only be met through the combined efforts of the entire Chapter. The Master Councilor must provide the leadership to inspire his fellow DeMolays toward a well-rounded program.
“Dad” Land wrote the qualifications for the award and designed the jewel, which is now proudly worn by those who have accomplished success in their term as Master Councilor. We hope that you will qualify for this coveted award.
Pennsylvania DeMolay has created a guide to help you in earning this award. By following this process you will increase your chances of earning the award.
Here are the most recent PMC-MSA’s for this year:
Jacob Reilly (al-Aksa Chapter)
Alejandro Rodriguez (Allentown Chapter)
Jake Yarnall (Allentown Chapter)
Matthew Otto (Carlisle Chapter)
Cole Summerfield (Chester Pike)
Blake Anderson (Elizabethtown Chapter)
Tim Nevil (Elizabethtown Chapter)
Andrew Collins (Erie Chapter)
James McKeown (Friendship-Bray Chapter)
Derec Smith (George Washington)
Cody Rosenbauer (Lorraine Chapter)
Shane Dew (Lorraine Chapter)
Sean Reitze (Pilgrim Chapter)