November 22nd 2017

Fraternal Greetings reader,

Suffolk District Newsletter. Vol.1 Issue 7

At current there are 624 subscribers to the newsletter.

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 Just a reminder...Here you will find info about upcoming events, articles of interest and other items every Mason in the district should know. The newsletter will be published monthly to subscribers (bi-monthly if necessary). The newsletter will be distributed on the first of every month. Deadline for submission of events or articles will be the 25th of the month before release.

Also as a reminder members of Suffolk Lodges are encouraged to register, login and post their own Lodge's events, happenings and articles of interest to spread the word about what the Lodges in the District are doing. 

Missing some back issue of the Suffolk Masonic District Newsletter? The District Newsletter Archive is now active and you and peruse back issue at your leisure. Click Here to go to the Archive.

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Dates and times of events as of July 2017

For more information on the below events click on the "More information" link below the event, if more information is available or Click the link above to go the Suffolk District Web Calendar.

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Happy Independence Day!

July 4, 2017 @ 12:00 am at USA

Pt. Jefferson Independence Day Parade

July 4, 2017 @ 8:00 am to 1:00 pm at Suffolk Lodge #60

Click Event Link for more info.

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2017 Annual LIPMA Summer Dinner

July 10, 2017 @ 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm at Watermill Caterers

Click on the Event Link for More info

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Family Fishing Trip

July 13, 2017 @ 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm at Suffolk Lodge #60

Click on Event Link for more info

More information

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Don't see your Lodge's event here? Login and get it posted to make sure you's Lodge's event/fundraiser included in the next newsletter.

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Famous 'not' Masons

Famous 'not' Masons

Famous 'not' Masons When Masons are asked about Freemasonry by a non-masons inevitably the conversation steers toward Famous Masons. It's only natural that one be proud of those, now and previously, associated with Freemasonry, especially if they are famous and not infamous. There are books of lists and online lists of Famous Masons and many, from the newest members to the …

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Getting a Jump on Summer and End of Summer Events

Getting a Jump on Summer and End of Summer Events

Getting a Jump on Summer and End of Summer Events At this time of year there are always a new crop of Lodge officers, bright eyed and bushy tailed and ready to take on the world. This is always a welcome site and these bright young officers should be allowed to stand on their own and move forward with any …

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Look a little Deeper Vol 2

Look a little Deeper Vol 2

Look a little Deeper Vol 2 OK I'll admit this piece it's not quite as heady as Manly P. Hall, however appropriate for the times. Our next exploration is on Carl H. Claudy. Who was Carl H. Claudy? Father of the Short Talk Carl Harry Claudy (1879–1957) There was a time, an age before television, video rentals, and pro sports, when …

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A Mason is...A Scout is...

A Mason is...A Scout is...

A Mason is...A Scout is... In doing a bit of research (what else do I do really?) I decided to look into Scouting again. The reasons are many but I always found the similarities between scouting and Masonry intriguing. Looking through our own 24-inch gauge under programs and awards, the kind of thing the Grand Lodge loves lodges to do, …

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from the AGLs

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