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Burbank California Lodge #406

& Royal Arch NY

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Fraternal greetings,

I am a past master of logde new monkland montrose No 88.

jasmor58

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Ooops, that should read lodge! Sorry about the typo. error.

Jasmor58

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Nice meeting you WM ...nice to see there are quite a few members here

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Fraternal Greetings to All! I am JW of Hiram Lodge #14, Courtenay, BC, Canada.

peterlt :D

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only being a young thing what does being in a lodge actually entail??? do you get discounts at cinemas and shopping centers such and???? ;) :beer:

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No, we don't get discounts. But we do get together and enjoy one another's company, we sit down to great meals together, we take great interest in our fraternal family, our country, our cities and towns and endeavoring to make all of that, our famililies and ourselves, better.

We are an inclusive fraternity that has existed for a long, long time.

Oh, one more thing, there is a common misconception that we control everything. That is simply not true....we just control the important things... :D

Peter

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only being a young thing what does being in a lodge actually entail??? do you get discounts at cinemas and shopping centers such and???? ;):beer:

I wonder if this Pub offers a discount :rolleyes:

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I would think if the grip is right and the word is right they just may. :beer:

Peter

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Here?s another one. At the moment rather inactive member of the Swedish Order of Freemasons, following the XI-degree Swedish Rite used in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark and northern Germany.

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Just joined the group. Northumberland mason 2 Craft Lodges twice through the chair in Buddle3937, In chair Lodge of Security7299 till Oct 09

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Hudson #510, Ohio, USA.

...and now a newly minted Noble.

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Fraternal Greetings Brethren

Past Master St Marks Lodge at Glasgow #102 GL Of Scotland, PZ, Past Preceptor, CC, RAM, Guild of FM, Conlave, O of SM, + other orders.

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Are there 3 or more of us.Thanks Darrell English <img src="http://gmic.co.uk/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/rolleyes.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":rolleyes:" border="0" alt="rolleyes.gif" />

Mother Lodge Thorntree 512 Adopted Lodge HLI/RHF 1459 Dan Macrae MMM

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Yet another here. Past Provincial Senior Grand Warden Province of Suffolk.

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I'd be one, except I've discovered since turning 18 and entering the military that there are no lodges that I have access to while I'm at my place of duty. Go figure... Especially since my place of duty is a rather well-known institution, that you'd expect would be home to a mass of secret-world-government-Masonic types!

~TS

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I'd be one, except I've discovered since turning 18 and entering the military that there are no lodges that I have access to while I'm at my place of duty. Go figure... Especially since my place of duty is a rather well-known institution, that you'd expect would be home to a mass of secret-world-government-Masonic types!

~TS

I think you've got the wrong idea about us.

W. Brother and Companion Jim Tennet

Elsenham Lodge 8973 UGLE

Stansted Mount Fitchet Chapter 6230

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I think you've got the wrong idea about us.

W. Brother and Companion Jim Tennet

Elsenham Lodge 8973 UGLE

Stansted Mount Fitchet Chapter 6230

I think the post was tongue-in-cheek... :)

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I think the post was tongue-in-cheek... :)

So was mine really..... ;)

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So was mine really..... ;)

Lol. Darn internet!

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