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Steward's Dinner

  • Mar 6, 2014 · 6:45 PM
  • Story Lodge #4

We will be holding a brief Stewards Dinner before our regular Lodge meeting.  All are invited to dinner, all Masons invited to Lodge.  Please RSVP.

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  • larry a.

    David, I bought the book you told me to, and I'm really a Dummy, there is so much, and history has distorted so much. But, I gave a mother and son a ride from St. George to the Shriners hospital last week. As I was in the hospital, I was so impressed with what they were doing. A thought floated through my head. Being a Mason your not in a religion, well established, but what they were doing is the most religious thing I have seen in my life. I talked to them about volunteering four to eight hours a week. Trying to get my shot records now. They said they preferred mason's, I told him I was not one, but trying to become one. He said good enough. I asked if he was one, he looked a little embarrassed, and said no. It's kind of strange, I would end up in the Shiner hospital at all, wow................lar

    1 · March 5, 2014

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