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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Ad Astra Lodge's Last Meeting at Freemason's Hall, Halifax, NS

It's been so long since my last post. I'd like to make a quick post tonight and remind all my brethren that there is an open invitation to my lodge's last meeting in the Grand Lodge building in Halifax, NS (Freemason's Hall). After which the building is sold to a developer and we are moving to a new hall... soon-to-be renovated from a catholic church. I guess that will be done over the summer.... June's meeting has to be held elsewhere, under dispensation.

The meeting starts at 7:30 pm and it will be a Lodge of Education. I'm told the Grand Master of Nova Scotia will be present in a non-official capacity.

As e-mailed to me... here is the nights agenda...

We are pleased to announce that the "Whither Are We Directing Our Steps"
part of our program will be presented by
Brothers Steven Foley, John Fawcett and Dion Randell.
It concludes with the examination of a Stone Mason, in Scotland, (as recorded in the year 1700)
as he requests entrance to a Lodge.



AD ASTRA LODGE NO. 130


We Invite You
to visit with us at our last meeting
in Freemasons Hall, Barrington Street, Halifax.
21 May 2008

Join us for an evening of Education and Fun!

The Grand Master
Most Worshipful Brother Daniel G. Campbell

is joining us - an unofficial and informal visit.

PLEASE COME AND PARTICIPATE WITH US.
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THE EVENING'S PROGRAM WILL BE:

A presentation by three Fellow Craft members of our Lodge
Brothers Steven Foley, John Fawcett and Dion Randell.
The topic is "Whither Are We Directing Our Steps?"


The Liar's Club hosted by that master performer
our Brother N. Kent Clarke.

A wee session during which there will be available
an opportunity for everyone to state his viewpoint!

We look forward to welcoming you!


I would love to see as many of you show up as possible.

1 comment:

Justa Mason said...

Sorry to hear you're leaving your building. In Vancouver, the Board of Directors of the main Masonic Temple decided to renovate and hold onto the building for at least another 20 years.

And in B.C., there's (these days anyway) no such thing as an "unofficial" visit of the Grand Master. He must be formally received whenever he attends a Lodge meeting.

Justa Mason