Tuesday , 20 February 2018


Kent Museum of Freemasonry


The Kent Museum of Freemasonry in Canterbury is a hidden treasure which boasts a rare collection of exhibits of national and international importance and has probably the finest collection of Masonic material in the UK outside of London. Whether you are a curious browser looking for something interesting and unusual to do in Canterbury, a serious student of freemasonry or simply interested in the history of the city and the county there is plenty to interest you, your family and friends. Amongst the exhibits of Masonic ephemera you will also find a fine collection of anthropological paintings, glassware and porcelain, ... Read More »

Charles L. Younger received a certificate for 50 years of membership in the Masonic Fraternity

Charles Younger

              Charles L. Younger, 92, of Culpeper, Virginia recently received a certificate for 50 years of membership in the Masonic Fraternity. The certificate was issued by the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Virginia and presented to him on Nov. 14. The Right Worshipful Michael M. Matei, Deputy District Grand Master of the 7th Masonic District officiated at the ceremony. Prior to the presentation a dinner was held at Fairfax Lodge #43 A.F. & A.M. of Culpeper. Mr. Younger and his wife, Louise, are both natives of Culpeper. They have two children, Patricia, who lives ... Read More »

Storm system damages historic properties

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TWILLINGATE — The storm system that hit the northeast coast on Nov. 20 and lasted through the next few days took a toll on at least two historic properties in Twillingate. The Masonic Lodge — a building that is around 106 years old — sustained exterior damage to the decorative woodwork on the corner of the building, as well as some leaking around the windows that resulted from wind which gusted up to 144 kilometres per hour driving the rain. Twillingate experienced some of the highest recorded wind gusts in the province during that storm system. © Photo courtesy of ... Read More »

Massena Salvation Army gets help from St. Lawrence Masonic Charities


MASSENA – The St. Lawrence Masonic Charities recently donated $300 to the Massena Salvation Army. Masonic Charities comprises 12 Masonic Lodges throughout St. Lawrence County with the mission of donating to local worthy charitable causes. The funding comes from their annual fruit sales, citrus in winter and apples in the fall. Several Masons also donate their time to bell-ringing for the Salvation Army during the holidays. Pictured from left: St. Lawrence Masonic Charities treasurer Howard Busch presenting a check to Captain Russell Crowsen and Captain Cynthia Crowsen. (source: http://northcountrynow.com/news/massena-salvation-army-gets-help-st-lawrence-masonic-charities-0102167) Read More »

Muskegon Community College rethinking plans for Masonic Temple, which is being sold to another party


MUSKEGON, MI — Muskegon Community College officials are rethinking their plans to house their downtown location at the Masonic Temple. The temple at 396 W. Clay may be smaller than what the college needs, and besides, the building is being sold to another party, said Dr. Donald Crandall, chairman of the MCC Board of Trustees. The college is now exploring other downtown options, including a suggestion by Grand Valley State University to locate in the university’s Michigan Alternative & Renewable Energy Center, also known as MAREC. The MCC board was all set to buy the home of the local Masonic ... Read More »