Thursday, December 8, 2022

‘Ashlar symbolism at research society’

Dan Hrinko
Maryland Masonic Research Society has a great meeting planned for Saturday. Author Dan Hrinko will be the speaker, and if you can’t attend, you can watch it online. From the publicity:

Maryland Masonic
Research Society
Saturday, December 10
Lunch at noon, meeting at one
Dan Hrinko on “The Symbolism
Associated with the Rough
and Perfect Ashlars”
Freedom Lodge 112
2253 Liberty Road
Eldersburg, Maryland
RSVP here

The presentation will be a variation of a program he gave at Lodge Vitruvian in Indianapolis, which subsequently was developed into an article for The Journal of the Masonic Society.

Dan Hrinko was made a Mason in 1977 in Clark Lodge 101 in Ohio. He penned The Craft Driven Lodge, a book on the process of forming Arts & Sciences Lodge 792 as it grew from the Goose and Gridiron Social Club to become the thriving lodge it is today.

I’ve heard Dan speak several times, including in Arts & Sciences Lodge, and I can promise you an informative and engaging talk that makes the meaning of Masonry manifest. Don’t miss it.

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