San Gabriel #89 - Bring a Non-Mason to Dinner

Discussion in 'Masonic Blogs' started by My Freemasonry, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. Many of us have a friend who might be interested in becoming a Mason and would like to have a way to introduce the fraternity to him. What better way than a free steak dinner? San Gabriel 89 is hosting a "Introduce a
    Non Mason to Freemasonry Dinner" on Saturday,

    February 26. Dinner will be served at 6:00PM, followed by the program.

    Who is invited.
    Any Mason
    Any non Mason guest who is qualified to become a Mason.

    Cost:
    For Masons:
    $25 per person without a non Mason guest.
    Free with a non Mason guest who is eligible to be made a Mason, who you would recommend to be made a Mason. Free for non Mason guests.



    Menu: Grilled Sirloin Steak

    Loaded Baked Potato

    Steamed vegetables

    Salad

    Bread

    Dessert

    Coffee, Iced Tea, Lemonade



    Program:

    Introduction

    Origins of Freemasonry

    - Universal

    - United States

    - Texas

    - Georgetown

    Purpose of Freemasonry

    Organization of Freemasonry

    Masonic Charities

    How to become a Mason

    Closing





    Registration:

    Advance registrations are required, including the number who will be attending.
    Registration cutoff is February 20, 2011. There will be no refunds if someone registered fails to show.



    Submit name and number of Masons and non-Masons attending to Mike Nichols,

    Send registrations and fees to:
    Mike Nichols
    310 Clovis Drive
    Georgetown, TX 78628
    Phone: 512-843-0849
    email: nichols.ms@gmail.com
    Make checks out to: San Gabriel 89


    Date:
    Saturday, 26 February 2011 - 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


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  2. Dave in Waco

    Dave in Waco Premium Member

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    A great way to promote a lodge. I still believe that one of the biggest hurdles to overcome, is that people don't know how to join or even where to start.
     
  3. poppatattoo

    poppatattoo Registered User

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    Great idea, think my lodge could do this and get some great guys involved
     
  4. RichardRLJ

    RichardRLJ Premium Member

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    Great Idea! I'll see if it will fly here in my lodge.
     

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