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Thursday, August 03, 2006


I had the great experience of visiting Wbro. Jason Craig at Valley Lodge in Masontown, Pennsylvania last January. I also had the honor of meeting MWBro. Frank Joseph Haas, Grand Master of West Virginia, and Junior Grand Deacon R. Jay Guminey, also of the GL of West Virginia. That's the greatest thing about Freemasonry - I have met brothers everywhere in the world, and it's like ripples in a pond. Every friendship leads to more and more, and the list just keeps growing.

On August 26th, I'll have the honor of speaking at Brother Jay Guminey's lodge, Joseph W. Summers Lodge #173 in Morgantown, WVa.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for your interest in West Virginia Freemasonry. I look forward to your lecture on Saturday, the 26th. I'll see to it that several from my lodge attend.
    Thanks also for your hard work on this book. Being a young freemason with no surviving masonic family, it's sometimes difficult to wade through the facts and fictions surrounding the "mysteries of the craft". Your book seems to get down and dirty like few have been able to do thus far. Congratulations, and may it continue to spread the truth!
    ~Bro. Ken Aucremanne (Late Lodge No. 63, Bridgeport, WV)


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