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    The Name Game

    Howie Mandel
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    blood clinic

    HA! I'm the same boat you are.....
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    Any KY Freemasons

    I am a plural member Of Zebulon Lodge in Prestonsburg where my Grandfather was also a member.
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    Texas masonic trivia

    While these not a Texas Masonic item of interest, I found this readily accepted by my Lodge when I was in the South. The highest Lodge room in the world is said to be that of Roof of the World Lodge No. 1094, Oroya, Peru, in the Andes. It has an elevation of 14,167 feet. In contrast, the...
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    Anyone sport the top hat?

    My Lodge's WM-Elect will be sporting one.
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    Solicitation from the Grand Lodge of Texas

    Having personally seen the Grand Lodge Budget, I can say that there are a lot of ways to cut costs. Travel expenses for certain GL Officers could be cut by thousands of dollars. -Just saying-
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    Lodge in Bakersfield, CA

    Would love to have watched the story but it wont load.
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    I saw that tattoo on Facebook as well. There were alot of people laughing at this guy.
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    Here I am

    Welcome Brother!
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    Knights of Columbus

    Very interesting discussion! The IOOF is something I had wondered about for many years. My father and Grandfather were both members back home in Eastern Ky. I have often wondered though, why my father never became a Mason even though my Grandfather was. Maybe they had too much time together at...
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    Elected Worshipful Master

    Congrats Brother Price
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    From Galveston

    Bro. Michael, if you ever get around to making a trip to Gonzales, there is an entirely Masonic cemetery there. I stumbled across it once a few years ago and don't remember exactly where it is but I do remember that it is located in town along one the main streets.
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    I run into Brothers from other Lodges and States all the time here in San Antonio. It is truly a great feeling when I get the chance to talk to these Brethren. Having a Brother who is sitting next to you at a stop light talk to you is definitely awesome. Blows my wife's mind all the time!