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Formation and Progress

Formation and Progress

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When Brothers Richard E. Byrd and Bernt Balchen first flew over the North and South Poles, they dropped a Masonic flag on each Pole. Then, in the 1933-35 expedition, Brother Balchen tossed his Shrine Fez on the North Pole. Here is a Brother that made it to the South Pole and brought a memento. In the Antarctic expedition of 1933-35, 60 of the 82 members were Freemasons and on February 5, 1935 established First Antarctic Lodge No. 777 of New Zealand constitution.

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Algiers International Airport Houari Boumediene مطار الجزائر الدولي هواري بومدين ...was built by brothers.

2017 District Meeting

2017 District Meeting

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The famous Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor was designed by a Frenchman, Frederick A. Bartholdi, a Freemason. The Grand Lodge of New York laid the cornerstone with masonic ceremonies on August 5, 1885.

Brother Stan McMillan

Brother Stan McMillan

Presented with his 50th year certificate.

Worshipful Brother George Washington

Worshipful Brother George Washington

Our Brother WM J Kirouac who has made the pilgrimage and giving honors at the Past Grand Master's side...

Worshipful Brother Kirouac at the Tomb of George Washington

Worshipful Brother Kirouac at the Tomb of George Washington

“To enlarge the sphere of social happiness is worthy of the benevolent design of a Masonic institution; and it is most fervently to be wished, that the conduct of every member of the fraternity, as well as those publications, that discover the principles which actuate them, may tend to convince mankind that the grand object of Masonry is to promote the happiness of the human race.” - Brother George Washington.

Dr. Frank Albo

Dr. Frank Albo

In 2016 Dr. Frank Albo who holds degrees in Ancient Near Eastern languages (Toronto), Western Esotericism (Amsterdam), and the History of Art and Architecture, receiving his MPhl and PhD from University of Cambridge and a Professor of History at University of Winnipeg visited Dryden GSL 484. He is the code-breaking protagonist in the best-selling book, The Hermetic Code and has lectured internationally as well as here in Dryden Ontario.

At Lodge Dinner

At Lodge Dinner

Some of the most engaging and profitable conversations you will have at lodge... with some pretty cool people. And it involves no technology.

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Masonic Island is a seven acre site on Lake Metigoshe in the Turtle Mountains of North Dakota. The island was cleared in 1906 for the purpose of holding outdoor Masonic conferrals of degrees. At the landing dock is a flight of winding concrete stairs consisting of three, five, and seven steps that rise to the representation of a Lodge Room.

The Great Radio Personality of Lloyd Napish

The Great Radio Personality of Lloyd Napish

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Many lodges and Masonic groups support social or charitable causes. Sometimes publicly but sometimes in secret. There are lodges that donate money to school support associations, the construction of libraries or to daycare centers and many social projects. There are a variety of reports to read on the internet. So you can clearly see in public what it means to stand up for others. Zeal when it comes to doing good.

Deputy Grandmaster Jamie Ireland's Visit

Deputy Grandmaster Jamie Ireland's Visit

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The Philippines is the only country in the world that has a commemorative banknote with the symbols of the Grand Lodge in circulation.

SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON

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