Monday , 22 January 2018

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The Freemason Movie — Coming to Muskegon, MI on July 26th

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It is official! We will be hosting a screening of the Freemason Movie staring Sean Astin and produced by Joseph James. The exact time of the showing is being worked on but we are aiming for a start time of 6:15 PM. We reserved the theater from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM so it will be around 6:00 PM for sure. Tickets can be bought on location. We will be having the showing at the Harbor Theater in Muskegon. I will be posting more information as it becomes available. This is going to be fun!   Source: http://www.muskegonmasons.org/the-freemason-movie-coming-to-muskegon-mi-on-july-26th/ Read More »

England to Take on Scotland in Masonic ‘Calcutta Cup’

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After months of trying to get this event off the ground, Durham Masonic Rugby Football Club have just confirmed that an England V Scotland Masonic Rugby match will take place on Saturday 9th August 2014 at Murrayfield Stadium. Scotland (Masonic team) V England (combined NMRC & DMRFC) 3pm kick off at Murrayfield Stadium (not the main pitch but the pitch outside the stadium). A tour of the ground prior to the match, after match food and a social evening all laid on by the hosts our friends from across the border, the evening event is in aid of their charity ... Read More »

Doors Open 2014: Rising Sun Masonic Lodge

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It has been said that Aurora’s Masonic Lodge “has been here forever.” While that is, of course, not exactly true, Aurora’s Masonic Lodge, more properly known as “The Rising Sun Lodge AF & AM No. 129 GRC” is the oldest, uninterrupted organization in Aurora’s lengthy history having been chartered in 1860 – three years prior to the incorporation of Aurora as a municipality. The first Master of the Lodge was a Scottish immigrant by the name of Robert Lyon, who was a farmer who farmed at the southeast corner of what is now Leslie Street and the Aurora Road. … ... Read More »

RFBI Celebrates National Open Day

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On Friday 20 and Saturday 21 June RFBI villages joined aged care providers around Australia in celebrating the inaugural National Open Day, a day to celebrate quality services to support the ageing population. The day was a great success for all of our facilities, as staff and residents showed off to their local communities the services and positive experiences of aged care and retirement living at RFBI. As Australia’s ageing population rises it is important to acknowledge the services that exist which are designed and tailored to support Australians to continue living an inspiring and comfortable life. Hawkins Masonic Village ... Read More »

CHARITY RELIEF REACHES £5 MILLION

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Stratton Richey, Metropolitan Grand Lodge Charity Steward, has announced that the Grand Charity’s Relief Chest has now raised over £5 Million since inception. Each year the Metropolitan Masonic Charity awards support grants to many London based small charities and good causes. Said Stratton “The world is a different place today, much has changed even from one year ago. Finances are hard, but the generosity of London Masons is undiminished. Charity is one of the Great Pillars under which we practice our Masonry. Charity does not always mean giving cash; it is part of a way of life and fits well ... Read More »