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District Lodge Officers

The officers for each district lodge are defined by the district lodge by-laws in accordance with the Constitution. Because a district lodge's concerns are similar to those of a local lodge, the two have similar officer structures.

The business affairs of the district lodge are the responsibility of the Business-Manager/Executive-Secretary or Business-Manager/Secretary-Treasurer, who functions as chief executive officer and chief financial officer combined. District lodges also have a president, vice president, recording secretary (except for District Lodge D11), and a board of trustees headed by a chairman.

Current district lodge business managers are as follows:

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