Friday, February 6, 2015

‘The Grand Master at Mariners’

I haven’t been to Mariners in a few months, so I’m going to visit next Wednesday when the Grand Master will present a lecture. From the publicity:

MW William J. Thomas
at Grand Masters Day
last August in Tappan.
Mariners Lodge No. 67
Wednesday, February 11
7 p.m.
Masonic Hall, Doric Room
71 West 23rd Street

MW William J. Thomas
to speak:
“Why Are We Different?”

In this talk, the Grand Master will explore some of the reasons we do things a bit differently in the Grand Lodge of New York compared to some of our sister jurisdictions.

As is custom, the lodge will host a Festive Board after the meeting. A menu of Italian dishes with the “traditional selection of libations.” Click here to reserve your seat.

Or, if you happen to be in or near White Plains that night, do check in on John Jay Lodge No. 653 where RW Bill Maurer will be guest speaker addressing “George Washington’s 200th Birthday and How It Affected New York and New Jersey Masons.”

262 Martine Avenue in White Plains. All Masons are invited. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Meeting at 7:30.

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