Brother Darrin D. Catts, District Deputy Grand Master – 42nd Masonic District, shares how thanks to the efforts of brethren across his district, one brother’s financial needs for a cancer trial were met without strain on his family
On Oct. 4, Grand Master S. Eugene Herritt welcomed brethren and guests to the Grand Exhibition Gala. This event was held at the Masonic Temple in Philadelphia to celebrate the opening of the juried art show sponsored by The Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania. All artwork entered displayed a visual interpretation of Freemasonry in Pennsylvania. All artwork was reviewed [...]
Brother David Moore, District Deputy Grand Master - 29th Masonic District, had a Masonic encounter in his professional life that reminded him of the impact of a fraternal bond even when in crisis.
Thanks to our generous sponsors, these events netted Raised for Masonic Charities! Seven Springs Event Results High Overall Winner with a Score of 96: Ken HeeseRunner-up: Mark AltomariHigh Overall Female with a Score of 87: Lisa FrederickWinning Team: Joe and Lisa FrederickRunner-up Team: Ken Brooks, Paul Means, Jeff Conko and Nate Lilly Lehigh [...]
Brother Alan P. Duncan, District Deputy Grand Master – 26th Masonic District, shares a personal story about the value of mentorship in the fraternity.
Brother and other interested parties,On September 1, the eye of Hurricane Dorian made landfall on the Abaco Islands with maximum sustained winds of 185 mph (295 km/h), making it the strongest hurricane on record to affect the Bahamas. Dorian ripped through the northern Bahamas as a category five hurricane with wind gusts of 200 mph (300 km/h) and huge storm [...]
The Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania is sponsoring an art contest for amateur or professional artists, 18 and older, to submit original entries displaying a visual interpretation of Masonic Values pertaining to Freemasonry in Pennsylvania. Categories include oil, three-dimensional, drawing and print-making, water-based medium and digital imagery.
Nebraska Grand Master Robert W. Moninger has asked the Masonic Service Association to issue a Disaster Relief Appeal. Nebraska has experienced historic flooding in the eastern part of the state and devastating blizzards in central and western Nebraska with major loss of farm and ranching assets and income.
Bro. Ken Hudson, Lodge No. 43, Lancaster, often wears a T-shirt which reads on the back: “Hazmat Technician. If you see me running, run the other way.” This may be true at the scene of an accident or spill, but people are more likely to flock to Ken and his big heart.
After 30 years with the Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania, Dr. Glenys A. Waldman, Librarian, is retiring this year. Dr. Waldman, the first female and first professionally-trained librarian at the Masonic Library, was the last to hold the title of Librarian and Curator, 2000-2005. As the curatorial responsibilities of the Museum became more complex, she became Librarian in 2005, [...]