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May 15, 2019

District Deputy Visits Indiana/Franklin Lodge #313

Bro. Steven A. Fulton, DDGM along with Officers and Members of the 27th Masonic District were welcomed to Indiana/Franklin Lodge #313 in Indiana, Pa. Thank you to Bro. Timothy M. Nupp, WM, the Officers and Members of Lodge #313 for their gracious hospitality. The dedication of Indiana/Franklin Lodge to the Craft of Freemasonry should be an example to all Freemasons. 

During his visit Bro. Steven A. Fulton, DDGM, on behalf of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, presented Bro. David P. Stewart with his Fifty Year Service Emblem of Gold. Thank you for 50 years of dedicated service to our Craft. An honor well deserved Brother! 

Bro. Timothy M. Nupp, WM and Bro. Norman (Rick) R. McKee, Secretary presented the District Deputy Grand Master with a beautiful stained glass picture. 

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The membership of the eight lodges of PA Masonic District 27 hail from the areas northeast of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in Butler, Armstrong, Indiana and Westmoreland Counties. You can learn more about becoming a Freemason in our District by visiting the Grand Lodge of PA: https://pagrandlodge.org

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  1. It was great for me to read the September Indiana Franklin Lodge #313 notice and then be able to directly “click” onto the website for District #27 and see these pictures and included narrative. Residing in West Chester, PA does not enable me to regularly attend Our Lodge meetings in Indiana, PA, however, viewing this website is inspirational and an appreciated, as it keeps me in touch with our brethern in Western Pennsylvania. Worshipful Master Nupp discussed in the September notice the shift from an agricultural society to one of technology over the past 150 years. Being able to connect electronically with our brothers in Free Masonry from a remote location is one of the advantages of this evolution. Thanks!!!
    Richard L. Learn, PM

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