Category Archives: Masonic News

Masons hold safety ID event during Colton Country Day

COLTON — The Masons of High Falls Lodge will be holding a safety ID event downtown during the Colton Country Day Saturday July 17.

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Annual Masons Day celebration draws 500 to Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — Given that the Masons established New Hampshire’s first Grand Lodge at the William Pitt Tavern, it was only fitting that the state’s Mason’s Day celebration would take place in the area surrounding the historic structure.

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Masonic Community classic car show rolls into Waterville

Browning Masonic Community in Waterville is hosting its eighth annual Classic  Car Show and Cruise-in on July 24. “It’s primarily a community event with Waterville. It started about nine  years ago, when we wanted to incorporate Browning, an assisted living … Continue reading

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Masonic Theatre in Clifton Forge celebrates big birthday

The country is celebrating its 234th birthday this weekend. In one Alleghany County town, they’re also celebrating the life of a 105-year-old.

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10,000 fez-head Shriners invade Toronto

The Shriners are coming to town. The name may conjure an image of fez-wearing, tiny-car-driving,  clown-parading men, but the boost to tourism revenue is no joke: The 136th  annual convention of the fraternal organization, which begins Sunday, means a $4  … Continue reading

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Masons supporting blood drive

Masonic  Lodge #97 is adding an incentive for donors who give during the American Red  Cross blood drive from noon to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 13, at Second Baptist  Church in Rockmart.

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What freemasons do behind closed doors – and for charity

“DON’T ASK too many questions, you might get murdered,” was the advice from a friend when I said I had arranged to interview a deputy provincial grand master in an attempt to find out what freemasons actually do behind closed … Continue reading

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Sneak a peek at the Masonic Lodge at the ‘Top Secret Swing Dance’

The new guard at the Waluga Lodge Ancient Free and Accepted Masons wants to put some fun in the Order.

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Shriners’ Circus Draws Record Crowd

The circus is in town at the Marion County Fairgrounds. The 9th annual Shriners Circus in Salem drew a fantastic crowd. Hundreds in attendance both young and old watched in awe as performers took part in death-defying acts. Tigers jumped through hoops … Continue reading

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Shriner’s To Talk On Their Hospitals

The Hendersonville Shrine Club will host an informative program about the work of the Shriners Hospitals for Children on Thursday, June 24, at 7:00 PM, in the Kaplan Auditorium at the Henderson County Public Library.

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