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This Here's the Rubber Duck

We bought walkie-talkies on Amazon last week, and I have to admit, I’m pretty excited. More so than any self-respecting adult should be.

Good thing I have so little self-respect! 502 more words

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Baptists, Freemasons, and Puch.

New Orleans has many churches. Passed by this one on the Puch Maxi that was founded in 1869 as First Baptist Church. According to its history, after a division within the congregation, it was renamed Second Baptist Church. 66 more words

Puch Maxi

The Starting Point - (or so you think) Final Part - By Michael Lawrence

The second issue we need to address is Anderson’s account in the 1738 Constitution. This account is purely secondary knowledge as it would appear that he took no part in the formation of Grand Lodge or its early activities. 689 more words


The Starting Point - (or so you think) Part One of Two Articles - By Michael Lawrence

Freemasonry did not just appear in the year 1717. In fact, according to Robert Plot the famed English Naturalist and first keeper of the Asmolean Museum, in 1686, Freemasonry was being practiced throughout the Nation. 1,031 more words


The Grand Masonic Lodge

On the 5th of August, I travelled up to London to have a tour around the Grand Lodge in Covent Garden. When we arrived we checked in for the tour and then we went up a very big staircase which had gold coloured railings and soft blue carpet. 701 more words


2017 Widow's and Awards Dinner

Our Lodge held its annual dinner honoring our Widows and those receiving service awards on Saturday, August 12, 2017. Our late Master, Bro. Buddy Wallace, arranged for Boone County Judge Executive Gary Moore to issue a proclamation designating August 12 as “Ed Tanner Day” in Boone County, in honor of Bro. 301 more words

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