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Michigan Freemasons $5M Gift Will Transform Literacy in Detroit

Michigan Masons $5M Gift Will Transform Literacy in Detroit

The Michigan Masonic Charitable Foundation (MMCF) originally began in 1891 to support the creation and ongoing operation of the Grand Lodge of Michigan’s Masonic Home. While it has continued that mission, it has expanded over the last century to fund programs all over the state to improve local communities. To that end, they have just… Continue Reading Michigan Freemasons $5M Gift Will Transform Literacy in Detroit

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Young Freemason Teaches the Joy of Music – Pennsylvania Masons

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Students of Old Forge School District’s kindergarten class were serenaded recently when violinist and composer Bro. Brendan Bordick-Lesavage performed. Besides playing for the children, Bro. Brendan also made sure to teach the students about the violin, its parts, and all of the sounds that it can make. Continue Reading Young Freemason Teaches the Joy of Music – Pennsylvania Masons

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Freemason and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt

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Considered by many to be one of the quintessential American leaders of the 20th century, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who quickly became known as FDR, was the 32nd President of the United States of America. His leadership, guidance, and solutions to national issues made him a central figure in world politics for some of the most… Continue Reading Freemason and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt Continue Reading Freemason and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Masonic scholars; Masonic legacy

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On June 16, Masonic Charities presented Forest Lake resident Elizabeth Blount with the Legacy Scholarship worth $4,000 per year for four years. Pictured is Blount and Dave Olson, past Grand Master of Masons in Minnesota and member of Forest Lake Masonic Lodge 344. Continue Reading Masonic scholars; Masonic legacy

Freemasons Ashlar Lodge No. 98 Honors Firefighter’s, Detective’s, Trooper’s and Paramedic’s

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Ashlar Lodge No. 98 and the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Florida honored First Responders at an event on July 21st recognizing Outstanding Firefighter, Outstanding Law Enforcement, and Outstanding Paramedic certificates were presented to five officers. Continue Reading Freemasons Ashlar Lodge No. 98 Honors Firefighter’s, Detective’s, Trooper’s and Paramedic’s

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Freemasons Connect with Civil War – Pennsylvania Masons

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On April 10, 2015 to commemorate the Sesquicentennial (150 years) of Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s surrender to Union General Ulysses S. Grant. These notable Civil War reenactors, calling from north to south, each share one thing in common – they are all brother Masons – with many of them hailing from Pennsylvania Lodges. . Continue Reading Freemasons Connect with Civil War – Pennsylvania Masons

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