Wednesday, July 12, 2017

‘A home run of a lecture in two weeks’

Want to know about Freemasonry and baseball? (What, did you not read The Philalethes from 1985 to 2009?) Come to the Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Masonic Library in New York City in two weeks for a home run lecture on the subject. From the publicity:

Baseball and Freemasonry
A Lecture by RW Cary S. Cohn
Thursday, July 27 at 6:30 p.m.
Masonic Hall, 14th floor
71 West 23rd Street, Manhattan
RSVP here

The Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Masonic Library of the Grand Lodge of New York is proud to welcome RW Cary S. Cohn to present a lecture on the history of baseball, and its connections with Freemasonry. Having recently penned an article for Empire State Mason about Freemasons who were members in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, RW Cohn will discuss the various baseball eras and other Masonic connections he found during his research.

RW Cohn has previously served as the Master of Maimonides-Marshall Lodge No. 739, as well as District Deputy Grand Master. Today, he is the Chairman of the Masonic Youth Committee. His involvement in baseball includes playing on the vintage baseball team Mineola Washingtons, which requires playing hardball by the 1864 rules without gloves. Additionally, Cohn serves on the Board of Directors for Stan Musial Baseball League and coaches a men’s baseball league and little league.

Come wearing a baseball hat to represent your team!

We serve white wine and water at our lectures.

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