Welcome to the Internet home of Bobby Griggs.  I am a retired high school teacher from Madison Central High School in Richmond, Kentucky.  I taught Mathematics and Computer Science.  I recently  retired from my position as adjunct professor of Computer Science at Eastern Kentucky University, too.  In the past, I used this site as a tool for teaching my classes, but now it is strictly for my entertainment. It also satisfies my incredible ego! 🙂

Most Worshipful Grand Master Gary Rose of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky F.&A.M. has appointed me to serve the craft as Chairman of the Committee on Masonic Scholars.  That means that the task of grading the Constitution quiz for his term as Grand Master will fall on me again.  The quiz is a valuable learning tool for lodges and individual brothers.  A new format has been adopted this year that I feel many brothers will find more enjoyable. If you want to participate and take the quiz, you can download it on this site or in the member’s area on the Grand Lodge of Kentucky website.  I have posted two documents for you to download, the quiz and the answer sheet for use with the Books of Constitution. If you have any questions, you can direct them to Brother Darren Wilson or myself. Good luck!

I have created a website for the Madison County Retired Teachers Association.  The MCRTA informs retirees about the recent legislative events that may impact teacher retirement as well as informing the retirees about actions they may take to assist in contacting legislators.  Informative programs on other topics that may interest MCRTA members are presented at the meetings.

If you’re a Mason, attend your lodge. You will be amazed by how much you will enjoy yourself. It’s where the Action is!

2 Responses to Welcome

  1. bobbygriggs says:

    I thought it was time to upgrade the appearance of my site. The new look is brighter and more alive. I hope you enjoy it.

  2. bobbygriggs says:

    I have added another page entitled “Puns and Such.” It will be a compilation of comments I have heard over the years that either found to be funny or interesting.

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