We would love to feature some historic photographs as well as great stories of our brothers on this page.
Do you have any pictures of events in the building before or after the 1972 flood? Or perhaps of our third floor, back in it’s glory days?
What about stories of years past and brothers who are no longer with us?
On Friday, July 21st we had an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner fundraiser for one very special little boy and his family. Draco Baker, a four year-old is in treatment for
Adrenoleukodystrophy, or ALD. There was an amazing turnout from the community, and with an army of volunteers in the very hot kitchen, we were able to provide the family with some funds to help the family.
As you’ll see from the photos, we were all exhausted and extremely grateful at the end of the night.
Thank you to all of the volunteers who assisted with the dinner – we couldn’t have done it without you.
To learn more about Draco’s condition, visit http://www.stopald.org/what-is-ald
Pictured with the Baker family are several brothers who volunteered at the fundraiser, including: Michael Frantz, Jeff Koch JW, Greg Carpenter, Michael Brown WM, Lester Confer, and Kyle Kocher.
Recently we were able to celebrate the 50 year membership of brother Richard K. Kyle. The 18th Masonic District of PA’s District Deputy Grand Master James A. Young Sr. presented him with a 50 year emblem in front of a number of family and friends during dinner prior to our April stated meeting.
A special ceremony was held to honor the service of seven Past Masters in attendance at our Regularly Stated Meeting on 10/11/2018. Those Past Masters present were:
(L to R) H. Alexander Simcox, Brent D. May, Scott Bartholomew, Louis S. Slack, Dave Kohen II, James L. Moore, and Richard Powers.
We recently honored two 50 year members during the official visit of DDGM James A. Young, Sr. We hope everyone enjoyed dinner, and we were thrilled to present Alfred B. Munro and Stephen Caskey with their 50 year membership pins. 4/10/2018
In May, 2017, we honored a number of area First Responders for their expertise and effort to help save the lives of all of the members of our local community.
View more photos of recent events:
This photo was found inside a bookcase in the main seating area, and is labeled “March 2, 1974.” Can you name any of these brothers?
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