T-Shirts

Discussion in 'Upcoming Masonic Events' started by RJS, Oct 17, 2008.

  1. RJS

    RJS Guest

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    Norton Moses #336 sells some great Masonic T-Shirts as a fundraiser. I bought one that last time I was up there for the Passing of a Bro. from work. I thought I'd share the link with y'all in case some one might be interested!

    Norton Moses T-shirts
     
  2. Nate C.

    Nate C. Registered User

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    We do a raffle to fund our scholarship. Last year was for a barbecue pit. This year's raffle was derailed by the hurricane. I think Grand Lodge limits the number of times per year a lodge can conduct them.
     
  3. Curtis Wilson

    Curtis Wilson Registered User

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    You can have two per calendar year, and all monies must be applied to a charitable goal, such as scholarships. No proceeds can be used in any way towards the operating cost of the Lodge. Another rule is the object being raffled must be owned by the person or group holding the raffle.

    One fundraiser that I had just before my year as Master was a Home made calendar. It was Masonic in nature and was full of History of individual Masons, Pictures of each of the Lodges in our District along with the DDGM. On the Calendar itself, all of the stated meeting dates were marked. These were printed on High Quality Paper and bound. Fortunately the ink and paper were the only cost. It was a high seller and was used to purchase new, high quality officer aprons.
     
  4. Wingnut

    Wingnut Premium Member

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    Is there a source for this? I need to mention this tonight at our fundraising committee meeting, esp. the part about No proceeds can be used in any way towards the operating cost of the Lodge.

    Thanks!
     
  5. RJS

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    That would be some good information to know.
     
  6. nick1368

    nick1368 Registered User

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    do you have any copies of this calendar? that is a great idea and really neat fundraiser.
     

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