Child ID Program

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by Bogey08, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. Bogey08

    Bogey08 Premium Member

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    Recently volunteered to spearhead our Child ID program in the Roseville, California area. I am looking for ideas to spread the word that it is available to the public. Any and all ideas are welcome.
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  2. tbone1321

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    What program is that?
     
  3. Bogey08

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  4. tbone1321

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    It's not a chip is it
     
  5. Brent Heilman

    Brent Heilman Premium Member

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    Oklahoma Grand Lodge sponsors the same thing. I will try to get some info if I can and pass it on.

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  6. MikeMay

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    There is no "chip" in Masonichip as it stands for Masonic Child Identification Program
     
  7. LukeD

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    No chip? I thought we were taking over the world. I bet the conspiracy nuts love that acronym. On a serious note, it sounds like a great program.
     
  8. tbone1321

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    Do you offer it free of charge?
     
  9. Bogey08

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    Yes, there is no charge to the family and we suggest that they have it done each year. The best place to have an event is the local county and state fairs, but it can be very costly. Several years ago our Grand Lodge stopped the funding for the fairs. Except for the software and printer (paper, ink and webcam) the cost is minimal.
     

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