The Board of Directors are Members of the Lodge who are elected as Officers of the Lodge. All Officers are nominated in May consistent with even number years. All Officers serve a term of two years and currently, there are no time limits.
The Lodge President is the Chief Executive Officer of the Lodge and presides at all meetings and all meetings of the Board. The Lodge President is responsible for the general management of the business of the Lodge and sees that all orders of the Lodge are carried into effect. The Lodge President also acts as a spokesman for the Lodge and maintains active contact with the Chiefs of Police, Mayors and City Councils, Sheriff, County Executive, County Administrator and County Council.
The Lodge Vice-President shall be vested with all the powers of the President during the absence of the President.
The Secretary has custody of all books, records, documents, Lodge Seal, and all official paraphernalia and equipment. The Secretary must also maintain the minutes of the Lodge and keep a record of Members, which is used to compute the Per Capita Tax.
The Treasurer is the custodian of all funds of the Lodge. The Treasurer must keep an accurate account of all receipts and disbursements of funds and credit each account with funds as they occur.
Sgt. at Arms-elect
The Sergeant at Arms is responsible for Lodge Security, maintaining order during meetings and oversee’s all ballots during the voting process.
The State Trustee represents the Lodge at all meetings of the Maryland State Lodge. He shall also represent the Lodge at the State Biennial Conference and perform other reasonable duties as directed by President.
The Immediate Past President remains on the Board of Directors and plays a vital role while providing mentorship of the current Lodge President.