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Gin Explorer Box January 2017

We’re kicking off 2017 with a box full of ginny goodness. All 4 gins are a little out of the norm, plus there’s something for anyone doing Dry January. 932 more words

Gin

The History of the Founder of Whiting NJ and the First Mason Lodge in Connecticut

The first Mason Lodge, Hiram Lodge No. 1, in Connecticut was chartered under the Provincial St. John’s Lodge in Boston. It resided in the same city as Yale, New Haven. 277 more words

VINTAGE POINT: Old Town Hall

A hundred years ago, the Masonic Lodge (23715 Farmington Road) doubled as Farmington Township Hall. It also hosted talent shows, lectures, Eastern Star dances, political meetings, and basketball games—although some council members thought the games shouldn’t be allowed, as the basketball sometimes crashed into the electric lights. 97 more words

Vintage Point

And a Voice Spoke to Me

February 2009, I was just visiting Paris but happened to see the ongoing Tamil protests against the Sri Lankan civil war; I figured I’d mention that first because it is important to all humanitarians. 336 more words

Time And Culture

Annual Christmas Prime Rib Dinner

We had yet another year of fantastic food provided by the Blodgetts!  It was so crowded the parking lot was overflowing.  Thank you all for coming out to join us.

Special Events

Joseph Smith was not martyred by Freemasons 

GETTING A CLEARER PICTURE

A friend of mine the same age as me told me a mob of Freemasons infiltrated Carthage jail and killed Joseph Smith. 1,064 more words

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