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Two District 27 Brothers Awarded for their Work

Greenawalt master builders

Bro. Richard W. Greenawalt, Junior Warden of Argyle Lodge #540 receiving his Master Builder Award from Bro. Steven A. Fulton.D.D.G.M. The Master Builders Award was developed by the Grand Lodge to recognize newly made Masons who have worked diligently to engage in the activities of their Lodge, their District, and the Fraternity as a whole.  Each participant […]

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This Is Your Lodge!

Brethren, looking back over my almost four years as a Freemason, I realized my experiences were not only rewarding, but also a huge learning experience for me. I learned that every Brother has a story to tell about his experiences regarding Freemasonry and that that all experiences and/or lessons did not always leave individuals with […]

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The Comfort Effect

Seeking comfort is a natural human trait. We build houses and fill them with couches, beds, and knick knacks in order to invoke a sense of peace, perhaps control, in our world. For some of us, comfort is the number one driving force in our lives. We purchase 1000 thread count sheets to sleep in, […]

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Talk Freemasonry

One of the motivations of this blog, and many like it, is to talk about Freemasonry. We discuss the dreaded, declining membership roles, meeting attendance, things we do well, things we don’t do well, and the way things were in my year. Sometimes it seems like we spend an awful lot of breath, brain power, […]

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Shovel the Snow

Snow is a beautiful thing, it seems to quiet the world and can expose once hidden beauty. But it is also a noticeable burden, making all paths and roadways impassable until it is cleared. It is something that must be coped with, snow was made for shoveling. In our masonic careers, and in life, we […]

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