Category Archives: Grand Lodge NY

13 Sep
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GLofNY launching new Speakers Bureau website

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18 Mar
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Grand Master’s Telethon for Masonic Care Community Greenhouse

Grand Master’s Telethon for Masonic Care Community Greenhouse Founded by the New York State Masonic Fraternity, The Masonic Care Community opened its doors in 1893 as a safe and active retirement community and home for Masons, their wives, widows and ...

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30 Jul
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Grand Lodge Subway stop closed for repairs

Closed for repairs : The 6th Avenue and 23rd Street subway station The uptown AND downtown F and M trains no longer stop at our stop on 6th Avenue and 23 rd Street, as the station is closed for repairs ...

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31 May
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Masons spearhead Memorial for combat vets w/PTSD who died by suicide

  Masons Spearhead Memorial for combat vets w/PTSD who died by suicide From WKBW, Buffalo NY – Thanks to Pete Stokke Jr. for posting. Read More…

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09 May
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Grand Lodge Session 2018

Grand Lodge Session 2018 The Grand Lodge Communication this past May 7th and 8th has been concluded. This post if mostly for those without social media accounts that would have followed the events of the two days in almost real ...

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16 Dec
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Can’t go to the lecture..bring the lecture to you

Can’t go to the lecture..bring the lecture to you It is a responsibility that every Lodge Master takes on to provide Masonic education at every Lodge meeting. In a bygone era oration or oratory was an art form, some say ...

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15 Nov
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Important Communication from M:.W:. Williamson

Important Communication from M:.W:. Williamson Brethren! Please give your attention to the following communication from the Most Worshipful Jeffrey Williamson Grand Master of Masons in the State of New York. Take due notice thereof and govern yourselves accordingly. November 15, ...

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22 Aug
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Emergency Disaster Relief for Louisiana

August 22, 2016 Re: Louisiana Emergency Flood Relief Dear Brothers of New York, Fueled by drenching rainstorms, massive flooding in Louisiana has damaged and destroyed many homes and buildings, with approximately 100,000 persons reportedly displaced. Cities such as Baton Rouge ...

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