What did your lodge do for MLK day?

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  1. KO2134

    KO2134 Registered User

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    Just Curious.
     
  2. chrmc

    chrmc Registered User

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    We did not do anything special. I've not heard that MLK day is a specially big masonic day to observe. Though MLK stood for many good things that masons would also agree with, I do not believe he was a mason, but correct me if I'm wrong.
    Usually you'll see St. Johns day being observed much more by lodges as this plays a much more significant part of our history.
     
  3. KO2134

    KO2134 Registered User

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    well yes i know they celebrate st. john's day just curious if any lodge did anything special
     
  4. youngblood2002

    youngblood2002 Registered User

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    Our lodge particiated in a parade in Hempstead, Tx.
     
  5. acjohnson53

    acjohnson53 Registered User

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    My Lodge, Philomathean Lodge #2 was the host Lodge in this years MLK March to the Capital, Great turn out for District 2, which consist of three other Lodges...
     
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  6. David612

    David612 Registered User

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    Nope-
    Shockingly enough MLK day isn’t a thing here.
     
  7. Blackstar

    Blackstar Registered User

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    If your lodge didn't do anything, did anyone participate in a community service project at all?
     
  8. David612

    David612 Registered User

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    For MLK day?
    Nope not at all, don’t even know when it is to be honest.

    But that could be because.. you know... not in the USA
     
  9. bupton52

    bupton52 Moderator Premium Member

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    We did nothing. You'll see that any participation in MLK festivities will be mostly a PHA event.
     
  10. Bloke

    Bloke Premium Member

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    It doesn't rate much of a mention in Australia..
     

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