GRAFTON, Mass.-- Justin Cargill, of Grafton, recently earned the Degree of Chevalier by DeMolay International at Meridian Lodge in Natick.
The Degree of Chevalier is the highest award an active DeMolay can receive from DeMolay International. It’s based on going above and beyond in all facets of your DeMolay life.
Cargill currently is serving as State Junior Councilor for Massachusetts DeMolay. He’s a Past Master Councilor of Benjamin Franklin Chapter of Grafton and John Eliot Chapter in Natick.
The evening was especially meaningful to Cargill because he shared the night with two brothers from his original chapter, Adam Azanow and Michael Bowe.
They served together when Cargill was a member of John Eliot. He left John Eliot to start his new chapter, Benjamin Franklin, last year. Benjamin Franklin has enjoyed great success and received many accolades during the past year under his leadership.
Cargill joined DeMolay in 2008. He has been awarded the Founder’s Award, Lamp of Knowledge, Blue Honor Key, Representative DeMolay, and is a three-time PMC-MSA recipient.
He was recognized in 2011 as DeMolay of the Year and elected by the membership to the office of State Junior Councilor for Massachusetts DeMolay in August at their annual Conclave event.
Cargill is a sophomore at Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester.