Sunday, July 7, 2013

‘The five year niche’

The Masonic Society marked its fifth year in the service of Freemasonry in May, and President Bo Cline has announced that TMS will commemorate the occasion with the release of a new jewel its members may wear.

Bo says on Facebook:

“In commemoration of the fifth anniversary of our founding, I am proud to announce that The Masonic Society has commissioned a special medallion to be given to new members who join between May 1, 2013 and April 30, 2014. This beautiful medallion was designed and created by our good friend and brother John Bridegroom, and will be mailed to new members along with their patents, member pin, and member card. If you are not already a member, you may be able to apply online here.

“Soon, current members will be able to order this medallion, for a nominal cost (including shipping and handling), from The Masonic Society store.

“Thank you all for your continued support of The Masonic Society.”

Courtesy The Masonic Society

If you somehow do not know, The Masonic Society was founded in 2008, filling a niche in the field of Masonic education by uniting researchers, educators, writers, publishers, curators, and brethren of all backgrounds in their shared enjoyment of exchanging information and ideas. The fruits of the labor are found in the pages of The Journal of The Masonic Society, its quarterly periodical, the twentieth issue of which is out now. Membership is the best $39 you'll ever spend in Masonry.

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