The Origins of the Lodge
Warranted 30.4.1984
A Proposal to Form a Lodge

The formation of Prince Michael of Kent Lodge was first formally proposed in the summer of 1983 by the Provincial Executive, at which time the then Provincial Grand Secretary W.Bro. Alfred Gan approached W. Bro Anthony Sheppardson to be the Organising Founder and first Secretary to the Lodge. This followed informal discussion between the two on the subject of a Provincial Grand Stewards' Lodge some four years previously.
From the outset it was determined that all members of the Lodge were to wear the Stewards' red regalia, that the Lodge's purpose was to be a Service Lodge to the Province of Middlesex, and that membership was to be restricted to Provincial Grand Stewards of the Province of Middlesex, present or past.

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