California Masons Team up with Sacramento Catholic School

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by Blake Bowden, Feb 11, 2010.

  1. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

    The Freemasons of Eureka Lodge No 16 of Auburn attended St Philomene Catholic School in Sacramento on Parents Day and provided FREE Kids ID thumbprinting and photo identification for all the children. The lodge also donated free stuffed animal toys for the appreciative students, while parents received an identification sheet that includes space to record child's height, weight, eye, hair color and space for a DNA sample. This sheet will be extremely valuable to authorities if a child ever becomes missing or abducted.

    The California Mason's Kids ID Program gives parents the peace of mind that they are prepared for the unthinkable. Each year approximately 725,000 children are reported missing in the United States. Since the Masons started this program, more than 800,000 California children have received this important documentation. Freemasons provide this free service in communities throughout the state.

    St. Philomene School serves students from pre-Kindergarten to 8th Grade and boasts a qualified faculty located in Sacramento that is dedicated to develop students spiritually, academically, morally, physically, and emotionally. The vision is for every graduating student to continue to be successful in area high schools and a credit to their community.

    Masonry is the world's first and largest fraternal organization. They lead by example, give back to our communities, and support numerous Masonic philanthropies, investing in children, our neighborhoods, and our future. The Masons in Auburn have been serving the community since 1851.


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